I don't have one to offer, but I have removed and fixed the fan, so I can offer you these suggestions:
1. Disconnect the power.
2. The fan is located at the back of the unit behind the removable panel. The panel is held on by about 8 Phillips machine screws.
3. Disconnect the fan by unclipping the connector; simply push the tab on the front and pull straight down.
4. The whole fan assembly pulls out by sliding the fan case out towards you. It may take a bit of a pull as there are tabs holding it in. Once it's loose, you will have to turn it sideways to get it past the condenser tubing.
5. Replacement is exactly the opposite operation; the fan assembly will push into place. You'll here a click when the tabs have engaged.
Sir - thank you for the posting above. You have single-handedly prevented me from being committed to the asylum. I just completed taking the fan assembly out, apart, cleaned it and oiled it. She's not squeeking anymore.
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this isnt an electric heater in between the doors its a hot gas loop. there is a motor behind the refrig that cools the comp and condenser coils this fan is either not working or something has jammed it up. just pull the refig away from the wall remove the compartmnet cover and check that fan out good luck peyton
You have the fan problem. Full the refrigerator out and open the lower back cover you will see you fan is almost become bad. If you apply WD1040 oil you can use it about 3 more months. Then It will die out. I think you better change it now or later on you refrigerator become hot and hotter. If you are careless, you can get burn you skin. I had this problem. Frist, the fan made noise on and off. I applied oil into the motor. It was working about 3 months then I died out. The front end of refrigerator become a heater.
Go to online partstore.com and buy a fan with your fan model.
I fixed my problem with the fan not working in the refrigerator section. It ended up being the fan motor. The way I nailed it down was to temporarily switch the wires to the fan motors in the connector on the circuit card. This electrically powered the freezer fan from the refrigerator side and visa versa. The fan still worked in the freezer side (running of the refrigerator circuit) and was still inop on the refrigerator side proving that there was nothing wrong with the circuit card or possible other factors driving that circuit (other than the fan motor). I ordered and installed a new fan motor (about $50) and now everything works fine. It seems that the original problem caused the circuit card to shut down voltage to the bad fan motor that's why when you checked the voltage from the circuit card, it was nill causing you to falsely believe that it was not the fan motor. Yes, I did a resistance check on the fan motor and it was very close to being the same as the freezer motor (same part number).