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I would meter test the evap fan it may have gone out cuz if it was ur defrost timer or cold control you would have no motor condenser fan working either? and no cold control damper working in test mode?
is the fan impeeded or just not moving?
First of all the flashing lights on the panel indicate a problem with the communication between the board and the evap fan motor. Now I would have a certified service person repair this as it will require the control board that needs to be sent in for repair and a fan replacement. Both part need to be replaced at the same time or this issue will not be corrected properly. Your fan has failed and took out the control board is what happened. Evap Fan motor part number is W10255195 and the control Board part number is 2252159, the board is fixable and would need to be removed to be sent out to repair (2 weeks down time is normal). The company who repairs the board is Corecentric Solutions 866-737-2244 or www.corecentricsolutions.com. Rough estimate to repair is 175.00 board including shipping, fan motor about 100.00 or so and the labor to change parts as some installation of the units are difficult to change parts inside a closed cabinet, some units have to be removed to access control board in top of the unit. I hope this helped, I own this model and repair these units as well. Good Luck
Sounds as if the evap fan has quit or a defrost problem. Either is worth the repair. If the fan is running you will hear it when you open the freezer door. If you don't hear it replace the evap fan. If you have a lot of frost build up on the back wall you have a defrost problem and the air cannot flow properly. Either is worth the repair.
The Evaporator fan is not working. Located in the freezer above the evap coils is the circulating fan. Remove the cover to access the evap coils and circulating fan. If fan runs you have a defrost problem and the evap coils will be frozen over.
most likely defrost problem, check for evidence of frost on back of freezer panel, remove evap cover if nec. Make sure evap fan is working, if not, test for power to evap fan, if none, replace. if defrost problem, ohm out heater and defrost thermo, if either open, replace, if not, check defrost timer. If in defrost no power to heater or thermo, replace timer.
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.