Question about GE GTS22WCP Top Freezer Refrigerator
Noise in the freezer seems to be coming from fan. It stops if I slam the freezer door but will come back later on. Took the shroud off and there is a fan under it.
I can't find a parts diagram anywhere to figure out what part to order. You would think they are gold or something.
Where to find an exploded view so I can figure out what fan/motor assembly to order.
Before you buy anything, defrost your unit completely. The problem is often from frost on the fan or shroud.
Many sites such as repairclinic.com have expanded diagrams for various models. You can order from them. They're fast and they are priced reasonably.
Posted on Jul 24, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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