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Conderser motor went out

David W. • Durand, MI • April 03, 2014
My Repair & Advice

After reviewing the 'how to' video on AppliancePartsPros.com, I unplugged the refrigerator and removed the back cover to access the motor. I then unplugged the wiring and removed the bad motor. I cut the clip plug and wired it to the new motor, installed the fan blade from the old motor and re-installed the new motor. After connecting the clip plug and re-installing the back cover, I plugged the refrigerator in and checked the interior about 5 minutes after the repair. Everything has been working fine since the repair and I am completely satisfied with your product and the video you provide. Thank you and I will keep your site in my Favorites file for future use.

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Repair Time Estimate

15-30 minutes

Tools Used
    Socket Set
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