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Evaporator Fan Motor

Part Number: AP3875639
MFG Part Number: WR60X10185
Made by: GE
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Made by GE. This DC evaporator fan motor is used on those that DO NOT have a thermistor wired into the connecting harness. For the motor WITH the thermistor order WR60X10074. For the motor with the harness for the light use part number WR23X10467.

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 WR60X10185 (AP3875639) replaces WR60X10154, WR60X10043, 1170107, 197D2039P007, 197D2039P008, AH1019114, EA1019114, PS1019114, WR23X10346, WR23X10350, WR23X10353, WR23X10355, WR23X10364, WR23X10404, WR23X10405, WR23X10406, WR60X10059, WR60X10068, WR60X10083, WR60X10084, WR60X10099, WR60X10149, WR60X10152, WR60X10157.

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Evaporator motor Sandra S. • Dallas, GA • April 04, 2014

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How to Replace Evaporator Fan Motor #WR60X10185

Step by step instructions on how to replace a Evaporator Fan Motor #WR60X10185 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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How can you tell if your refrigerant evaporator motor wiring has a thermister or not ? GE Model # GSS25QGSAWW Serial # GH409135

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How can you tell if your refrigerator evaporator motor wiring has a thermistor or not?

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On a ge ref gsl22jftabs ,when should the evaporator motor energize or start working. Is as soon as the fref is plug in? Thanks in advance

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Why is the tray under the evaporator always full of water and how do I fix it? Is the line clogged, evap. bad? Please let me know and I'll buy parts from you to fix. Thanks, Brian

Brian H for Model Number GSS25PGMFWW

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My evaporator motor is bad and needs to be replaced, but all the motors I have seen have 3 or more prongs on the wire harness and mine only has two.

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Hi, My refrigerator is 6 years old. Just recently it started making a pulsing, howl type noise (happens about once a second - though the frequency of the sound can change) The noise sounds like whoo-whoo-whoo-whoo. I opened up the freezer compartment and had a look at the evaporator fan. The sound seems to be directly related to the fan. If I stop the fan with my finger, the sound goes away. If I let the fan spin freely, the pulsing howl sound seems to coincide with the fan slowing down momentarily (almost as if voltage was cut for a split second). Does this symptom suggest the fan needs replacing? Or something else? The freeze/fridge section work fine, all temps are normal. Everything else is working AOK except this noise. Thanks!

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