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Evaporator Fan Motor Kit

Part Number: AP4700070
MFG Part Number: 5303918549
Made by: Frigidaire
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Refrigerator evaporator fan motor. Includes motor, two plastic wire retainer clips, 3 terminal connectors and instructions.

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

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Part Number 5303918549 (AP4700070) replaces 5304445861, 241537301, 240315802, 1637660, 240315801, 240315803, 240369701, 240369702, AH3419839, EA3419839, PS3419839.

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Freezer too cold fridge too warm. Thomas F. • Monrovia, CA • April 01, 2014

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How to Replace Evaporator Fan Motor Kit #5303918549

Step by step instructions on how to replace a Evaporator Fan Motor Kit #5303918549 for Refrigerator made by Frigidaire, Gibson, 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.


 

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Freezer is at temp but, refrig is low. The display (frig) is blinking the #4. When I change it to 5,7 or any other # it will go back to blinking #4

Scott for Model Number FRS6LE5HSB1

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Hello, Problem started with the fill tube from the water inlet line has been overflowing behind the steel covering that houses the evaporator coil and fan. I removed the upper portion to remove the ice and the evaporator fan motor hit the lower evaporator cover as (its in two pieces) and the electrical leads contacted and shorted out the fan motor. I know unplug the refrigerator would been best first. But my problem is besides the motor being shot is there is no power going to the fan motor connections as I tested the leads and get nothing. all wiring on the freezer side is good to the eye. Is a reset somewhere on the refrigerator side or did I also fry something else?? its 12 yrs old but has been a good frig and I just bought a new ice maker kit from you guys in July so kinda want to get it going if possible. All help in detail is greatly appreciated in advance. Terry

Terry L for Model Number FRS26KW3AQ5 side by side Frigidaire 25.3

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Frig has power but when I plug it up the fan nor the compressor is not coming on. Would the compressor have any thing to do with the fan not coming on, or maybe the defrost timer is not working?

Derrick for Model Number FRT17B30W1

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The evaporator fan motor is not working on a 7 year old fridge, replaced once before 3 years ago. Tested off fridge and it is shot. Tested voltage going to fan and only had 99 volts. Does this indicate a problem with the control board which is leading to premature fan failure? Have 128 volts at outlet. thanks.

Kenbalagur for Model Number Amana AFD2535DES

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Hi, my refrigerator is about 10 yrs old now. The freezer and refrigerator compartments are keeping everything to the correct temperatures. The problem is that there is a fan that is kicking on and off, and on and off, until finally it stays on and then everything seems to run normal. I believe it is the Evaporator Fan Motor, located in the freezer compartment. My question is, is the Evaporator Motor about to go out on me, or is there a sensor telling the Evaporator Motor to start and stop, and start and stop. The replacement of this Motor seems easy enough, but I don't want to replace it if the issue is another component. Thanks for your help.

Andy for Model Number FRS26R4CB1

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Model #GLRS267ZCW1, 1904 Frigidaire. The evaporator motor goes on spinning then it stops and sometimes runs all day then goes back to running off and on is the motor going? Does it have to be replaced? When the motor is going off and on there is a grinding sound can be heard in the next room 15 feet away. It stops and goes ,then sometimes it stays on and there is no noise. Just the refrigerator running.

Joe B for Model Number EVAPORATOE #5303918549 FRIGIDAIRE

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