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The upper fan behind the freezer box does not start-up. How can I tell if it is the fan or if it is something else causing the problem?

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Hi!!

Unplug power cord and remove the back freezer wall, usually 4 screws or clips. (If equipped with ice maker, turn water supply off and remove ice maker first), unplugg fan electrical connector, plug power cord back into wall outlet and check for 120v AC, if power is present fan is defective, replace.

You can by the fan at almost any hardware store or appliance parts center, price runs about $20.

Good Luck!! Don't forget to rate this post!!

Posted on Aug 27, 2010

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