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It is possible your fan motor in the freezer has failed and by not moving air into the upper chamber can cause frosting on the back wall of the freezer. Also lack of air movement can cause your air returns to seal shut with ice and still not work if your fan is replaced. The part number your will need is 63001057 for the fan motor itself. I would verify all air ports are open when you replace the fan motor. It not a difficult job, access would take a bit to get into the back wall of the freezer to replace the motor. Amana has been known to use fan delays to pre-chill evaporator before allowing the fan to run, if our model does this, the thermostat in the freezer would need to be checked also. When the thermostat closes, it sends power to the fan motor to run, if it fails, fan does not work. I would check this prior to ordering of replacing the fan.

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actually, freezer fan has to come on otherwise how is the fridge supposed to cool.(fridge draws off from the freezer compartment). check if there is power to the fan. if freezer is nice and cold and fan does not run(assuming there is no power to the fan at that time, then you would need to check your freezer thermistors after that, your board. all this is assuming you dont have a blockage or shortage of gas in the sustem.

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