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K.a.42 s by s freezer fan will not come on i

K.a.42 s by s freezer fan will not come on i removed and tested it . and it works but
when i removed it , ground wire was off and
there is a ground wire on top of ref. near comp. is also off will the fan run without
ground .also tested harness at fan conn. and its getting 47 volts whats up with that.

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Yes the motor will run fine w/o the ground wire, it sounds as if the neutral connection from the motor is faulty somewhere and the 47 volts is a capacitive (GHOST) voltage you are reading, try this clip on wire from the voltmeter to the ground wire and then check for 120 volts on the harness wire with the other meter lead, when you find line voltage then you'll know it's a neutral problem because neutral and ground are at the same reference to ground at the main panel tie

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