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Qc Fan & Harness Asm

Part Number: AP5608274
MFG Part Number: WR17X13035
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 and Refrigerator Wire, Harness, Power Cord.
GE also makes various appliance models for Sears / Kenmore.

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Part Number WR17X13035 (AP5608274) replaces WR60X10227, 2304618, AH3650596, EA3650596, PS3650596, WR23X10662, WR23X10692, WR60X10064, WR60X10292.

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Intermittent vibration noise coming from the freezer compartment that sounds like fan blade hitting something. When I pull out the plastic cover it diminishes a bit temporarily. When it gets really bad I turn everything off and let both sides defrost. IF I let it go a long time (away on vacation) often a huge long block of ice forms from top to bottom of the freezer. What can I expect in the way of repairs and costs.

Denise for Model Number PSW26LSRDSS

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My GE side-by-side fridge stopped cooling properly recently. The temperatures stay 10+ degrees higher than the set targets. Upon some preliminary examinations, found the fresh food evaporator is all frozen over. Obviously something is wrong with the defrost system. Ended up buying and replacing the main control board, the heater assembly and thermostat in the freezer section. So far things are ok. However, realized afterwards that the chill fan at the bottom custom cool section (WR17X13035) may not be working. My questions are (1) what does this fan do - does it only affect the express thaw/chill of the bottom bin or the whole fresh food section? (2) how can I diagnose if this fan is running? (3) do I have to replace this fan and how to access it? Thanks in advance.

Albert for Model Number ZFSB23DRGSS

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I came home today and found my freezer temp normal and the refrigerator side at 45 and the bottom back was frozen, the fan is making noise but i dont think it is hitting ice, is this a lack of air flow issue or defrost cycle issue.

Michael for Model Number psc23pstass

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So my fridge is freezing the contents. Dampers... Nope. I removed the dampers and yes they were open. I applied a 12 volt source to them after their removal and they close fine. No sticking etc. I reversed the polarity and the close fine. I have to believe its whatever is controlling them, thermisters? It appears there are two in the fan motor harness which also is wired to the damper door motor. Are those the thermisters which control the damper door?

Adam for Model Number ZIS420NXB

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I kept hearing a sound like a lawn mower from the refrigerator. After that the temperature starting getting warmer and warmer. I tried bringing it down via the front thermastat but it got warmer. The Fridge was 58 and freezer 48 degrees. I did smell a little bit of a burning smell. We unplugged it. Any suggestions? Could it be the fan, and if so, how could I get to it. Might this be the culprit? WR17X13035 Thanks

Iris for Model Number GE CSS25USWSS

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The Custom Cool drawer sometimes freezes contents solid. The fan comes on and there is cold air coming in through the duct. 1. Is the thermistor in this section the same model # as the others in this ref (WR55X10025)? 2. If it's actually the damper sticking open, could the fan be turning on in an effort to warm the drawer to the set temperature?

Bobby Ac for Model Number PSS26SGRDSS

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