Question about Haier Refrigerators
You will need to replace your fan. Usually the fan will make noise before going out but not always. The fan is located behind the rear panel in the freezer you will have to remove the contents of the freezer and the shelving. Remove the screws holing th back panel on. The fan will be at the top and you will see the fan blade. There will be screws going thru rubber mounting dampeners on the metal ends of the fan frame. Unhook the two wires to the fan and the green ground wire. Keep your fan blade you can pull it off if your new motor does not come with one. The blade is help on by a pressure clip. I normally put a flat blade screw driver behind it and pry it off using the motor as a lever point. Make sure to unplug your fridge before starting on the repair. I hope this helps and good luck.
Posted on Aug 23, 2010
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