How do you take out the back cover of the refrigerator. There are no bolts holding it. I need to replace the evaporator fan. Thank
Answer Fred, Based on the parts diagram and the service information, there are 9(nine) screws 241500301 you will need to remove, to access the evaporator fan motor. Here's some help " EVAPORATOR FAN & MOTOR ASSEMBLY The fan and motor assembly are located behind the freezer compartment air duct directly above the evaporator in the freezer compartment. The fan is a suction type, pulling air up through the
evaporator and blowing it through the refrigerator compartment fan grille. On current production models, the fan blade is not
adjustable and is designed to be pressed onto the motor shaft until it bottoms out against the stop at the front of the fan blade.
To Remove Evaporator Fan Motor 1. Disconnect refrigerator from electrical supply. 2. Remove freezer section bottom shelves and
baskets. 3. Remove ice container and rail assembly. Multiconnector at back of rail assembly must be disconnected before rail assembly will come free. 4. Loosen 2 screws holding ice maker to right side of compartment just enough to lift ice maker free. Multiconnector must be disconnected before ice maker will come free from compartment. 5. Remove two rail assembly supports. (two screws on each one).
6. Remove four screws from evaporator cover. 7. Remove five screws on evaporator air duct cover. 8. Disconnect connector and green ground lead connected to evaporator fan motor. Evaporator fan motor assembly can now be pulled free. 9. Remove two screws holding fan motor bracket to shroud. 10.Remove fan blade and slinger washer. 11.Remove two screws holding front and rear motor brackets together. Pull evaporator fan motor free. 12.Reverse procedure to complete repairs."