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Re: Hi I'm looking for the manual for this fan. Where
One of the biggest complaints about this fan is that there is NO manual!
Not like Westinhouse but it's true. If you are having a particular problem, perhaps one of the people on FixYa can help if you post the nature of the difficulty you are having. The most commonly asked question is: "How do you remove the globe to replace the light? It's been answered: http://www.fixya.com/support/t3128126-globe_turns_but_not_screw_out
If that is not your particular problem, again, try posting the specific problem so we can help.
I know this does not "solve" your problem, as such, but it may keep you from thinking no one here cares. There simply is no solution since there does not exist any manual.
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According to the manual your Motherboard supports two case fans. You can use either of these pins setups. For your motherboard you have three pins with the third pin ( CLOSEST TO THE CPU) controlling the rotation of the fan. For your two pin fan put the black ( ground ) wire of the two wires on the pin FARTHEST from the CPU. Note: Manual says the fans should be a max of 350 Ma.
For more information see your manual or look here for a on-line manual.
Any luck replacing the noisy fan? I also have a 2613-CTO with a noisy fan and am assuming I will need to make the same repair. Do you have a part number for the replacement fan? Also where were you able to get a service manual and/or access to service videos.
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).