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Freezer fan moaning!!

Freezer fan going slow/fast/slow etc. Nedds to be replaced? Tough job? Thanks!!

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    Robert Moller May 11, 2010

    Please provide model number of refrigerator as some of the newer units are a little more difficult for diyer.

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Hi,
Actually the job is not that hard...get on repairclinic.com and look up your model and take a gander at the exploded diagram. then you will have an idea as to where it is and how to get to it...
toal time for replacement probably less then a half hour...

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