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Noisy fan in freezer stops when refrigerator doors


bad evaporator fan motor or fan motor blade or ice build up that is building up by the evap. motor or evap motor blade.

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AMANA SIDE BY SIDE, INOP, FREEZER COILS ICE, FAN INOP IN FREEZER. REPLACED THERMOSTAT, DEFROST TIMER AND FAN, STILL INOP. HEATER WORKS AND HAS 32 OHMS.


Check the BLUE wire from the temp control to the ORANGE wire of the defrost timer for continuity. That is the complete fan circuit. You should read the resistance of the Evap fan motor. If you do not read resistance suspect the pins of the evap fan motor connector or... the Unbilical harness from near the evap to the icemaker and the evap fan. The connector pins of the Evap fan motor connector (Freezer connector) are notorious for failing.

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Sep 02, 2010 | Amana 22.6 cu. ft. Side-By-Side...

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Evaporator fan motor no working.


First off you need to check to make sure you are getting 120v to the evap fan motor. If this is an amana or maytag ref then it could be caused by a bad defrost termination killing power to the evap fan motor. If you have 120v to the evap fan motor then it will need to be replaced. Sometimes if you remove the back panel you can start the fan motor back up by giving it a nudge with a screwdriver.

Hope this helps _MJ_

Feb 07, 2010 | LG Refrigerators

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Refrigerator is not getting cold although the freezer appears to be working fine


can you hear the evaporator fan motor running in the freezer? this fan motor pushes the cold air from the freezer to the food section to keep it cold. you may have to replace the evap. fan motor. also, check for any kind of ice build up around the evap fan motor.

Oct 11, 2009 | Amana ABB1927DE Bottom Freezer...

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Wiring problem may be a broken neutral between compressor and evap fan inside freezer, Compressor and comp fan motor runs noting else inside works.


chk for voltage at evap motor in freezer,more than likely evap motors bad they also can have fan on shaft come loose ans jamb up motor and this will also result in a burned out motor

Aug 17, 2009 | Refrigerators

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Evap. blower motor not running.


You have a bad main control board . Usually on HSS models , when one of the fans don't work , its due to burnt resistors on the board (not the motor) . only way to fix , is replace the board .Patr # WR55X10656

Jul 28, 2009 | GE Refrigerators

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Refrig & freezer not cold enough; ice forming; low air volume


If ice/frost is building up on the back wall of the freezer then you have a defrost system failure.

Defrost system; Evap Fan, Heater, Thermo disk, Timer.

Evap Fan - this should be running all the time except when it goes into defrost mode.

Defrost Timer - This part is hard to locate on some models, a call to a parts place with the model number can help you find it and tell you if this is the type you can mannualy turn to put in the defrost mode. If you can do this, take the back panel off in the freezer so you can see the cooling coils. The heater should be red hot and melting the ice. If so, replace the timer. If not, you need an OHM meter to check the heater and therma disk.

Un plug the Ref, locate the heater, usually looks like a heating element in an oven and runs across the bottom of the coils. Touch the meter leads to each end of the heater. If no reading, replace.

Therma Disk - located close to where the coils enter the freezer, small round disk clipped to the coils. Check the same as the heater but, you won't get a good reading unless the temp is below freezing. Any doubt, just replace, it's not that expensive.

This is a lot to do, hope this helps.

Jan 23, 2009 | Refrigerators

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My U-line under counter refigerator ice maker evap fan failed


Depends, for the newer models, you can change the evap fan motor thru the front, but if you have the older model, then you have to remove the freezer housing, ice maker assy then the cover to change the evap fan motor.

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Evap fan not working


you must remove baqck panel from bottom of freezer compartment, there you can access fan and other freezer components, check for open defrost thermostat as well.

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