How can you tell if your refrigerant evaporator motor wiring has a thermister or not ? GE Model # GSS25QGSAWW Serial # GH409135
You will need to remove the back panel inside the freezer and see if your model has one. That is the only way to check and see if your refrigerator has a thermister. Thanks.
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How can you tell if your refrigerator evaporator motor wiring has a thermistor or not?
Answer Hello Gabriel! WR60X10185 does not have a thermistor. It only has four wires; blue, white, yellow, red. WR60X10074 does have a thermistor. It has 5 wires; 2 white, 1 yellow, 1 red, and 1 blue. The extra white one is the thermistor. Hope this helps!
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Can you tell me which is the correct evaporator fan I need to order for my model # PSS25MGNAWW? Thanks
You will want to check the evaporator fan motor harness and see if it has a thermistor that is connected to it. If it does not then you will want to order part number WR60X10185. The connector for this will only have 4 wires going to it. If there are 6 wires then it does have the thermistor with it and you will need to replace part number WR60X10074.
What is the part number for an evaporator fan motor for this GE model refrigerator?
Answer Phil, the model number given is an international model. Unfortunately, we do not have a parts lists available to verify the compatible parts. Sorry about that!
Evaporator motor runs fast and slow sometimes needs to be spun by hand. guessing its bad. because its running at high and low speeds could it be varying voltage from the mother board?
Answer Brian, The evaporator fan WR60X10185 in your refrigerator is a variable speed, DCV fan motor. The motor will and should have varying voltages to it, depending on the inputs to the board from the sensors. But, the fan shouldn't need "to be spun by hand". The DC fan motors do have a tendency to "stick" on the slow speed, or not run at all. Replace the fan motor and you should be fine.
I have a GE profile refrigerator The evaporator fan continues to run when the doors are closed and does not stop. The fan is quite loud.
Answer Hello Donald,
While an air flow restriction, (defrost issue or air leak), that causes a problem with the evaporator fan motor is common, the fan motor or power supply on the main board can also be the issue.
On a ge ref gsl22jftabs ,when should the evaporator motor energize or start working. Is as soon as the fref is plug in? Thanks in advance
Answer Hello Juan. When the condenser and compressor come on, the evaporator should come on with them. Usually not as soon as plugged in on main boards.