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Condenser Fan Motor

Part Number: AP3797248
MFG Part Number: WR84X10055
Made by: GE
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Genuine GE part. GE brands include General Electric, Hotpoint, RCA, and others. See all items in Refrigerator Motor.
GE also makes various appliance models for Sears / Kenmore.

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Part Number WR84X10055 (AP3797248) replaces 1093723, AH967775, EA967775, PS967775.

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How to Replace Condenser Fan Motor #WR84X10055

Step by step instructions on how to replace a Condenser Fan Motor #WR84X10055 for Refrigerator made by GE. 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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I have a GE Refrigerator model PDS22SBRBLSS that is still operational, but seems like it's working for very long intervals. Checked and found about 3/4 in of water in the dryer tray and noticed that the condenser Fan Motor did not come on when I plugged in the unit. Is this normal, ie; does it cycle on and off, as I drained to pan before testing it.

Sandy for Model Number PDS22SBRBLSS


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How do I take out the condensor fan from the plastic bracket/housing that holds it? I can't get unseat/take-out the plastic mount bracket that holds the motor. It is sandwiched between the condensor coils in such a way that I can't get the two screws out and open the bracket to lift out the motor. The plastic basin below the fan bracket and under the coils won't lift out either. Is there a trick to remove the fan blades that makes the screws more accessible? Or some way to remove the entire steel tray that all the components sit on? Any advice is much appreciated. I have everything except a Fluke and experience testing voltage. All signs point to parts that have gone kaput and it's worth it to replace them.

D.b. for Model Number PFS22SISBSS


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Hello, My fridge stop cooling and had a guy come look at it. He said to order a new condenser fan and that should fix the problem. I ordered the part and the fan will not start or it rotates very slowly. I thought it was defective and contacted the seller they sent me a new one and still the same problem. Any suggestions on what it might be??? I am desperate

Evelyn for Model Number PFS22SISBSS


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Hi, I have a question regarding to the connection between the condenser fan motor and the cable assembly from the mother board. On the motor side, there are four leads: Red, White, Blue and Yellow. On the cable assembly from the mother board, there are three leads: Red, White and Pink. What should be the correct way to connect them? I accidentally dissembled the cable and now I need to know the correct way to put them back. Thanks a lot!!!

Bo for Model Number PFS22SBSBSS


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Hello: Condensor fan (WR84X10055) not running on my GE fridge (PDS20MBSABB). Here are the voltages I get at the FAN connector, while the fan is still connected: White -> Red = 8.2 Volts White -> Pink = 1.2 Volts So, I'm asking the same question most other people are asking, given the voltages I'm getting is it the FAN or the BOARD? I'm thinking it's the fan but that 1.2 volts looks a little low, but the 8.2 Volts seems OK for medium speed? Thank you very much.

Riverdalediy for Model Number PDS20MBSABB


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