The evaporator motor quit after a local power outage
Scott H. • Upland, NE • July 26, 2014
My Repair & Advice
I tested the resistance on the motor, which showed it was faulty. I looked online and ordered one from AppliancePartsPros.com. It arrived exactly when they said it would. I removed the shelves from my freezer, pulled 6 screws from the cover on the inside of the freezer, pulled 2 more bolts and disconnected the wiring pigtail to remove the motor with mounting bracket. I then slid the fan blade off, pulled 2 more bolts to remove the old motor and put it back together with the new motor. Works like new and was very easy.