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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It seems we need to replace the fan motor, but which fan do we order? The fan is noisy, slowing/stopping, etc.
Answer Petepuma, if the noise is coming from the freezer section it'll be the evaporator fan motor part number WR60X10185. Thanks.
I have this problem with my GE refrigerator, the evaporator fan Motor is running ok for 10 minutes and after I heard the motor slow down and speed up, and had a little noise and stopped working. We wait about 45minutes and it starts working again with the same issues. do you thing the evaporator fan Motor is bad ?
Answer Juan, Yes, the evaporator fan motor WR60X10185 is most likely faulty. The noise is the point that leads us to that decision. The fan motor is a variable speed DC voltage motor. It does fluctuate the speeds but it should not make noise. Occasionally these motors can get "stuck" in the low speed winding, or will not run and interrupts the air flow. Replace the fan motor and you should be fine.
I am not sure which Evaporator Fan Motor part number to order, can you help?
Answer Hello John,
You will need to order WR60X10185 for the fan in the freezer for the model number you listed.
If an evaporator motor is noisy but the freezer seems to be working ok, can I wait until the evaporator motor quits completely if I am willing to put up with the noise?
Answer Hello Ted,
This is really not a good idea because a loud evaporator fan motor can fail completely without notice. This might cause food loss which can get expensive.
My freezer is running normally but my fridge is running low temperature? HELP
To properly assist you we will need your model number to help you with this. Please post your model number with a new question on the parts page. http://www.appliancepartspros.com/modelnumber_locator.aspx