Question about Refrigerators
I need to remove a fan in the freezer compartment because it has a broken blade which is causing lots of noise, then replace it with a new fan. I cannot get the old broken fan off of the little pin that holds it in place. Any suggestions for removal of the little fan please?
Most of these fans have a small dowell pin that goes through the fan blade sleeve and through the shaft look for a pin on the side of the fan blade sleeve then you will need a pin punch to push this pin through. After you do this save the pin or dowell because you will need it to attach the new fan.
Posted on Jun 10, 2008
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