24/7 Customer Support

CHECKOUT
Items in Cart:
Total
$0.00

Chat with a Pro

Evap.fan Motor

Part Number: AP2134901
MFG Part Number: 5300158289
Made by: Frigidaire
Our Price
$21.43
Regularly You Save
$26.98 $5.55

In Stock — Ships Today Guaranteed

Questions & Answers

8 Questions & Answers



Genuine Frigidaire part. Frigidaire brands include Electrolux, Frigidaire, Gibson, Kelvinator, Westinghouse, and others. See all items in Freezer Motor and Refrigerator Motor.
Electrolux also makes various appliance models for Sears / Kenmore

Appliance Compatibility Tool

Check your model number or use our Cross Reference Tool to find out if this part will work with your appliance.

Where can I find my model number?

Repair Help


Cross Reference Information

Part Number 5300158289 (AP2134901) replaces 08000036, 08004176, 215314700, 215348200, 215360800, 215464000, 215464100, 218322200, 218661700, 218718403, 218878700, 218878701, 218878901, 2300, 3001224, 3001421, 5303275816, 5303310100, 5303917277, 5303917473, 8000036, 8004176, AH450319, EA450319, EM336, G000158289, G000168579, G000173301, G158289, G162705, G163939, G165335, G168579, G168797, G173301, G176117, G178481, K1204667, PS450319, SM336.

Have a Repair Question?
AppliancePartsPros has your Answer!

Repair Video

How to Replace Evap.fan Motor #5300158289

Step by step instructions on how to replace a Evap.fan Motor #5300158289 for Freezer, Refrigerator made by Frigidaire, Gibson, Tappan, White Westinghouse, Kenmore. Note: This video is intended to give you the general idea of the part replacement procedure. Your appliance may differ depending on the manufacturer and model.


 

Comment on this video

Did you find this video helpful?

 

Questions & Answers

Read all 8 Questions

Ask a Question

Most Interesting

I have a lift chair with a massage. The motor for the massage (Model # RM12-S-36) isn't working. Do you know where I might get that part? Thanks

Chuck for Model Number RM12-S-36

Answer

Was this helpful?

Our refg. recently started squealing and clicking from the backside of the freezing unit. There was a frost build up in that area also. Freezer was cooling but refg. stopped cooling so I replaced evaporator fan motor. That seemed to work but now there's a slightly bigger frost build up on the back side of the freezer and the refg. isn't cooling as well even though the setting is on "coldest". Could a Freon leak be causing this?

Muddy Waters for Model Number 25379822890

Answer

Was this helpful?

Older model side by side, stopped cooling in refrig and freezer while we were on vacation. All food spoiled and was discarded. Compressor OK, but no fan in the freezed evap area. There is 115 V AC to the fan motor but does not spin. Turns easy by hand and free spins but not by electric. Cannot find a replacement cross ref. Can you please help. Original part is by BREVEL with number C289450, 115 V-60 mHz. Thanks, Bob

Bob for Model Number WESTINGHOUSE SIDE BY SIDE # RS173M-OLD MODEL

Answer

Was this helpful?

Latest Questions

Before browsing your parts , i knew i needed a new evap fan. Located 2 diff parts that look identicle (can't make out no. S on old unit) . On your site, 1 of them costs $70 (218878801) the other $30 (5300158289) the appliance is over 10 years old but my question is why don't the fans cross reference ? They appear to have the same size & harness. Is there some massive difference "rpm wise " or other function/cycling ? We are talking two to three times the price (on some other sites) Is there any "realistic justification" to something so "seemingly" small & simply, being proprietary with no alternative solution. I mean , they call them "knock off" parts in the auto industry when they're not made by the manufacturer, but if they viably interchangeable - it's a solution of economic priority.

Bobby K for Model Number frigidaire frt21nnhw1

Answer

Was this helpful?

Hey Nick, Great info from what I've seen so far. This forum is a valuable resource. I have a similar prob: no fan circulation, good freezer temp. and refrig. temp. higher than normal. Compressor seems to be ok but "laboring" sound. I've seen some freezing on the white tubing (~5/8" o.d) that runs down the outside of the back. Looks like I need to gut my freezer, remove the back panel, and take a look to make sure that the fan blade isn't iced up & stalling the fan motor. I can also check the wiring to the motor with my VOM to make sure that it's gettng power. Just to confirm, does this need to take place from the inside back wall of the freezer or can I access the motor from the outside back panel?

Bill B. for Model Number MRT15CSEWP

Answer

Was this helpful?

A noise is coming from the top freezer of my refer. It sounds like a noise from a motor. Is that the evaporator motor in the freezer compartment just behind the nob that controls the temp?

Isaac for Model Number clewis7518@charter.net

Answer

Was this helpful?