Sounds like this may be common. I took mine apart and noticed that the fan would spin slowly. I beleive this is because the relays are pulsing the fan. I am not sure if a relay is bad or there is an issue somewhere before the relay. The relay is on the board with the power supply. I have not take the board off yet. For fun, I did disconnect the fan and most of the other stuff which connects to the power supply board and still see the same issue. I would really love to find a set of schematics for this fridge...
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Disconnect wire connector from fan relay (located on fan frame) on fan side (far side from you).
Give it 12V juice.
* If fan spins, you have bad relay/module.
* If fan won't spin, you have bad fan motor (most common)
I've done three times, one on mine and two for my friend's.
It was fan motor on all three 2006 TCs. (not defective, just aged motor, less likely problem with relay/module)
Even your motor or relay are fine, change for both.
Lincoln dealer or Autozone etc, they sell fan and relay as set.
If you buy fan alone or set with module, it cost you almost same.
Check price for fan/relay alone and complete set.
It was "almost" same price set or alone at my local.
had an old pressure switch that I thought was the problem I had from something else a year ago
That was the washer not starting, all kinds of lights
I took the back and top off and reconnected all the plugs.
Had a loose connection somewhere, it worked after that.
I blew into it and put it back on.
The rattleing quit in the pump after it pumped out, while the drum was spinning slow.
Now working ok
check you paperwork , and manual. sounds like a compressor issue, which "should" be covered by 5 year manufacture warr. reason i say "should" is hte warr's all changed jan1/06. only one year form there . but check your manual itll have the warr info in it
These fans can be rebuilt! Like many others, our fan died after being
placed in the center of the stove top. I took the two halves of the fan
body apart, and scraped the heat sink compound off either side of the
power plate. I then applied CPU heat sink compound that can be found at
any computer or electronics store liberally to either side, and put it
back together. The fan spins like new, spread the word!