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Motor Ac/dc Fan

Part Number: AP4318644
MFG Part Number: WR60X10257
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 WR60X10257 (AP4318644) replaces WR60X10129, 1373246, AH1766252, EA1766252, PS1766252.

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How to Replace Motor Ac/dc Fan #WR60X10257

Step by step instructions on how to replace a Motor Ac/dc Fan #WR60X10257 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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For WR60X10257 motor - follow-up. I'm quite familiar with electric motors, so when I look at the parts explode I see the #753 upper bushing mount, #653 ?????, #616 upper bushing, #610 motor, #615 lower bushing, and #607 lower bushing bracket. When I look at the picture of the motor, all that is there is the rotor and the coil/magnet assembly. My motor is running, so there is no problem with #610. The motor runs rough and vibrates because #616 and maybe #615 are worn - I can feel the play in the armature shaft. Normally, motors come as an assembly - just bolt in and connect the wires. In this case, since it's not available like that, how do I get #615 and #616 to fix the motor?

David C for Model Number GTS22KCPCC

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For WR60X10257 motor - the parts explode shows numerous parts above and below the #610 motor, such as #615 and #616. Do those parts get moved to the new motor?

David C for Model Number GTS22KCPCC

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Removing the rear of the freezer unit to access the old evap fan and replace with the new fan (MFG Part Number: WR60X10257) can be done easily? Pretty advanced when it comes to DIY - fan is currently very loud and most likely on its way out. At first thought it was ice build up like I read on some chat blogs but the symtons are similar to what another member wrote stating when he touched to top of the fan the nose stopped as there was some flex in the shaft area which he thought may have been the cause- your stating to replace motor though - I tried removing fan blade while I had the shaft area removed to access and see the unit but it seems like the blades are on there pretty good. Do you also recommend replacing the fan blade with the motor? Thanks for the input before I purchase.

Scott for Model Number GTL22JCPDRBS

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This is a 2006 model, and although I haven't tested the voltage to the freezer evaporator fan motor, it has shown symptoms of going out for about a year - intermittant high pitched whine and now very little cooling to the refrigerator compartment. Is there an exploded diagram of the fan compartment in the freezer? Would it be possible to e-mail it? Thanks, Tony

Anthony H for Model Number GE ETS22XBPBRCC

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Loud vibrating/rattling/whirring sound when the evaporator fan runs. Even when new, the fridge had some of this extra noise, more intermittent originally, and initially if it would do it, it could be stopped with a solid rap to the side of the fridge. Over time this remedy worked less and less, and now the noise is there every time the evaporative fan runs. Today I removed the plastic shrouds surrounding the fan, and if I touch the top of the motor shaft it will silence the noise temporarily. I was surprised how much side to side movement the shaft had. I know there are some plastic bushings along the motor shaft, between the motor housing and the fan blade. Is the vibration and noise due to the bearing being out on the motor and the motor needs to be replaced, or are the plastic bushings along the shaft allowing the extra movement and noise? The fridge is still operational, and all the parts are in place. I'm trying to decide what part needs to be ordered and replaced. I assume it is the motor, but want to receive some input before I pay out the big money for the motor, get it shipped to me then find out it is something else. I assume I may need the motor only, but just double checking before I order. Your feedback/input will be appreciated. Thank you.

Steve M for Model Number HTS22GBPDRWW

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What are the steps to replace this part? How do I remove the fan blade? It seems to be stuck.

Jay for Model Number WR60X10257

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