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Condenser fan blade is broken I need a replacement. where?

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    Need a 42" white ceiling fan blade


    I would need to know what fan ( make/model) you have. Is the blade broken or the blade holder?

    Apr 12, 2013 | Dryers

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    How to replace condenser fan blower wheel and where can i get one ?


    Hello, in order to replace the condenser fan you will need to remove the motor aseembly and use a hub puller to remove the fan blade. When removing the fan blade spraynsome wd- 40 on the motor shaft and then attach the hub puller to remove the fan blade. You csn buy the fan blade at any heating and cooling store.

    May 07, 2012 | Continental Heating & Cooling

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    My magic refigerator/freezer condenser fan stops but when I move the fan blade it starts working and the refrigerator get cold again. Is it a bad fan unit or something else?


    yes if you can barely touch blade and it stops the fan motor is bad. While replacing conderser fan motor be sure to clean dust from condenser coil.Then as regular maintiance clean coils twice per year.

    Aug 12, 2011 | Refrigerators

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    Kenmore window unit 17,500 BTU turn on and blows great cold air for 5 min then just fan running after that with no cold air.


    Sorry to hear of your problem.

    This is a common issue, and have just experience the same in my home. I am also an HVACR service tech, and will outline the most common problem that causes this.

    If it blows cold air, your compressor is working fine. For a certain reason your compressor is turning off.

    The compressor needs constant cooling of the motor and its windings. The compressor is also equipped with an overload switch (this turns the compressor off when temperatures inside get too hot). This is probably what is happening in your case.

    The condenser coil (the outside coil that is silver with all the vertical fins) is where heat is rejected. A fan blows air over the condenser to help remove this heat. The condenser needs to be clean at all times.

    First thing - check the condenser for dirt/leaves/cottonwood. If it is dirty, use compressed air, or water to clean the coil, being very careful not to damage or bend the fins, this will impeded operation and cause you to lose cooling capacity. Clean in a vertical motion with the fins.

    If you find the condenser coil is clean, check the condenser fan motor (the blades are usually made of plastic) for broken or damaged blades, and then look into the unit to see if the condenser fan motor runs if in fact the blade is intact.

    I believe if you follow these steps you are either going to find a dirty condenser, or a bad motor/fan blade.

    The only other reason could be a low refrigerant charge not allowing the unit to cool properly, but this can only be verified with refrigeration gauges and a trained service technician, unless you can visually verify oil spotting in the unit, indicating the presence of a leak.

    Jul 12, 2011 | Kenmore 73185 Air Conditioner

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    My air condotioner is blowing out warmair.It blows out cold air forabout 5 minutes then warm again it's a 5050 series


    It sounds like the unit is cycling on internal overload. The overload is switch the protects the motor from getting too warm. This would explain your cooling "cycling".

    Check the condenser (the outside coil with vertical fins, the back of the unit). Is it clear of any debris? If not clean it using water or compressed air, using care not to bend or damage the fins or electrical wires/components.

    Check the condenser fan motor. You can usually see the condenser fan motor through vents in the sheet metal. Check to see the the condenser fan motor runs when cooling is turned on, secondly check to make sure the fan blade is not broken, usually the blades are plastic. If the motor or fan blade is bad, you need a replacement.

    Jul 12, 2011 | Goldstar WG5000 Air Conditioner

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    Just had the condenser fan motor replaced on my 550 sub zero refrigerator. I forgot to asked the serviceperson the following questions: Does the fan continously stay on and what is the normal sound of...


    Good day,
    On models with 2 compressors the condenser fan motor runs 24/7. It must since the compressors run randomly and that motor must be on since it handles both units.

    Fan noise is subjective. It itself makes little noise but the blade does. If for example the blade was changed from the nylon style to a metal blade (good idea) then it would be somewhat louder.
    If the noise is not objectionable then I would use it as is.

    Oct 06, 2010 | Sub-Zero Bottom Freezer Refrigerator

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    I have a noisy cooling fan. I have cleaned and removed all the dust from the vents in the compressor compartment, but the fan still make a squeeking sound. Can the fan be oiled or greased or should it...


    Is the area between your fridge and freezer smoking hot? Can you smell the rubber seals melting? Does your fridge squeak like crazy? You have an issue with your condenser fan. You can save about $50 by fixing the fan motor yourself. I'm no engineer but this was an easy fix. 1) Unplug the fridge. 2) Take off the lower back panel covering the condenser and fan. 3) Unplug the fan (on the top left from the fan. 4) Slide the fan out of the bracket 5) Take the fan blade off. (This will take the most time and TLC, it is glued on) 6) Take the two screws out of the back of the housing. **The fan motor should be free of the housing and blade** 7) Remove the two screws from the fan motor housing. 8) Pull the shaft out of the motor and clean all parts with some oil and a rag. 9) Make sure all moving parts are well oiled then put the shaft back in the motor housing. 10) Replace the motor housing screws 11) Replace the motor into the fan housing and replace the screws. 12) Slide the fan blade back onto the shaft (I used some super glue to help hold it in place) 13) Slide the fan housing back into place 14) Plug the fan into the socket 15) Plug in the fridge to make sure your fix worked (it may take a minute to kick on) 16) Replace the lower cover

    Aug 03, 2010 | Samsung RS2630SH Side by Side Refrigerator

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    Meat in freezer is frozen but ice cream and pop-sicles are soft and mushy


    Most likely your condensing coils are dirty, or the condensing fan motor is not running. Pop the cover off the bottom of the fridge and look in there and see if coils are dirty. Clean off coils with coil brush, vac or coil cleaner. Also feel around the doors. Is it hot to the touch. If so these are the two causes. If Condensing Fan motor is not running then replace it. Some times the blade can be stuck on something. ( I have found a few with mice ) Clear problem and spin the blade. If it runs then you need not replace motor. You may need to replace blade if it is bent and not turning freely.

    May 15, 2010 | Frigidaire Freezers

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    PROBLEMS WITH MODEL 59516.731


    - Check if the fan blade is not broken or unbalance fan blade.
    - Check if bolts are tight enough.
    - Check if the fan motor rubber grommet is complete and balance.
    - Check also compressor rubber grommet is complete.
    - Re tight all screws and bolts on the condenser unit.
    - Check the condenser installation if balance.

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