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Convection Fan Motor Kit

Part Number: AP4369077
MFG Part Number: 5304467898
Made by: Frigidaire
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Genuine Frigidaire part. Frigidaire brands include Electrolux, Frigidaire, Gibson, Kelvinator, Westinghouse, and others. See all items in Range / Cooktop / Oven Motor.
Electrolux also makes various appliance models for Sears / Kenmore

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Part Number 5304467898 (AP4369077) replaces 1485512, 316415800, 318398200, AH2349811, EA2349811, PS2349811.

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Hi is there such thing as a portable convection fan adapter? I went to a baking class and one of the ladies that attended also mention I can find a portable convection fan that I just install in my oven so whenever I bake it bakes evenly. Thanks

Lisa

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Replace the convection fan motor. Now the motor doesn't shut off even when the oven has not been used.

Dennis for Model Number ew30ew55gs3

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The shaft on my new convection fan motor doesn't have a groove around it for the retainer/circlip to go like the OEM one does. This is what keeps the small fan blade separated from sliding towards the motor. What am I supposed to do now???

Steve for Model Number 5304467898

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Hi, I have a range/oven 790.46712603 that has a bad oven fan motor. I got the AP4369077 motor. First I had to break the motor apart from the back to be able to remove the motor because the nut that holds the fan blade inside the oven didn't break loose. My range has another fan blade on the back, next to the motor. After removing the old motor I also noticed that the old motor shaft used a d-clip and a retainer to hold that fan blade. The new new shaft does not have the edges for the d-clip and the retainer. So my question is, should I not use the blade that was with the motor or is the new motor the wrong part?

Rigo for Model Number rigoberto_cintron@yahoo.com

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Hi the fan for the convection oven on my Kenmore stove started making noise. I'm guessing that is that motor and just want to make sure that I'm right. If is the motor, how hard it is to replace it? Is this the right part AP4369077? Thanks for your help.

Rigo for Model Number 790.46712603

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I am replacing a fan in my oven. Do you go in from the front or the back of the oven?

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