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Mtr Dc Evap Fan

Part Number: AP4438809
MFG Part Number: WR60X10307
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 WR60X10307 (AP4438809) replaces WR60X10224, 1550741, PS2364950.

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Freezer fan motor wasn't working Robert M. • Ocean Springs, MS • June 30, 2014

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How to Replace Mtr Dc Evap Fan #WR60X10307

Step by step instructions on how to replace a Mtr Dc Evap Fan #WR60X10307 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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The fridge side is not cooling to 37 degree set point (only down to 42). Any suggestions? Thank you. Murat

Murat for Model Number GE model PSC23MSTE SS fridge/freezer.


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The freezer and refrigerator start to warm up. I notice the evaporator fan is running slow. I defrost the freezer with a hair dryer. When complete the evaporator fan runs at full speed and the temperatures are normal for a few days until it re-occurs.

Dave for Model Number psc23nswa


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I am having problems with trying to get my hose into my pipe on my wall with this hose that I have. It is not a straight plastic hose it has a piece on the end of it that sticks out around the hose on the outside that won't go into the pipe on the wall. Is there another adapter that would go on this hose to let it fit into the pipe on the wall. I have the old style of a pipe on the wall that is in a house that is fifty years Los can you help me?

Lynn for Model Number Mav275aww


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My GE refrigerator has 6 wires emanating from the plug for the evaporator motor. Four go to the motor, and two white wires attach to what appears to be a thermocouple. All six wires are fastened into a bundle by a cylindrical blue rubber grommet, roughly 1" in length, several inches down from the plug. The picture of the part that comes very close to what I have is for part #AP4438809. However, when I cross check with the Appliance Compatibility Tool, I find that my model is not listed. When I search on the refrigerator model, the web site gives me a choice of two models: AP3875639 and AP3191003. The former has four wires, and the latter has 5 wires. Neither look close to what I have, and neither check out with compatibility tool. What is the correct part ? Can you point me to a picture that I can compare against ?

Ken for Model Number PSC23MSTE SS


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My GE side by side refrigerator is making a howling noise in the freezer. I have changed the temperatures on both sides and the noise comes and goes. I have tried to use a hair dryer to reduce ice build up behind walls, nothing is working. How can I fix the problem. The model # is gss25qswc ss and the serial # is AR 427926. Do you have a video on this model so if I buy the parts I can install it myself?



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What is the blue wire for on the fan motor connector? My fan's not working, and I have voltage at the connector. I tried connecting a 9 volt battery to the disconnected fan, just to see if it might spin & got nothing. Would that have worked on a good fan?



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