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Power surges, spike and brown-outs are a nemesis to small refrigeration units. The capacitor for the compressor likey was affected and possibly the start components in general, especially if the unit was operating when the surge occured.
http://www.haieramerica.com/en/asset/archived/BC112G.pdf is the link to your manual.Typically in a dual temperature zone wine cooler whites are stored in the bottom and reds on top as whites are better a little colder and the cold air will drop to the bottom of the unit. Hope this helps!
Yes, those motors shoudl be pretty standard stock items at any local appliance parts supply house found in the yellow pages.
You might also try lookinmg under "motors and controls" in the yellow pages. If you get it locally like that then you can physically compatre the old one with the new one to make sure it is indeed the same part.
Thats better than an online link with just pictures.