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Motor(mech),cooling

Part Number: AP4440743
MFG Part Number: 4680JB1026H
Made by: LG
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Part Number 4680JB1026H (AP4440743) replaces 1330001, AH3523107, EA3523107, PS3523107.

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Cooling fan stopped working Gerard W. • Kansas City, KS • August 03, 2014

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Freezer would not stay completely cold i would pull out refregerator and spin the part for it to work a couple of days or hopefully a week Johnny B. • Paso Robles, CA • July 19, 2014

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How to Replace Motor(mech),cooling #4680JB1026H

Step by step instructions on how to replace a Motor(mech),cooling #4680JB1026H for Refrigerator made by Kenmore, LG. 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 center post between the 2 doors is noticeably warm and at times hot to touch. Do you think cooling fan is the problem? Please send your motor replacement instructions with pictures to my address. Thank you. Stan

Stan S. for Model Number LSC26905TT

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I have ordered a relacement fan motorI for my LG refridgerator. How do you remove the assembly from the unit to replace the motor? It looks like the water inlet needs to be removed or loosened to get to it. What do you suggest? Thanks!

Lindsay for Model Number LSC26905TT

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Sounds like a bird chirping sometimes from the back lower right. I suppose the squeaking is coming from the cooling motor (if that's what it's called). Any tricks to replacing that? Just nuts and bolts, or difficult to access cause of shrouds or something? Thanks for any thoughts.

Erik for Model Number LG LSC26905TT

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This fan motor on my LG LSC26905TT is making a lot of noise. I'm pretty sure it is about to fail. I haven't tried to remove it yet, but am wondering if there is a trick to getting it out. The plastic schroud it is mounted in looks a little difficult to remove. Does the whole assembly need to be removed to replace the motor and if so, what is the best method to do so?

Gary B. for Model Number LSC26905TT

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This fan motor on my LG lsc26905tt is making a lot of noise. I'm pretty sure its about to fail. I haven't tried to remove it yet, but am wondering if there is a trick to getting it out. The plastic schroud it is mounted in looks a little difficult to remove

Bryan P

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