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    • Part Number: AP3875639
    • MFG Part Number: WR60X10185
    • Made by: GE
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How can you tell if your refrigerant evaporator motor wiring has a thermister or not ? GE Model # GSS25QGSAWW Serial # GH409135

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How can you tell if your refrigerator evaporator motor wiring has a thermistor or not?

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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

Juan for Model Number GSL22JFTABS

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Why is the tray under the evaporator always full of water and how do I fix it? Is the line clogged, evap. bad? Please let me know and I'll buy parts from you to fix. Thanks, Brian

Brian H for Model Number GSS25PGMFWW

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My evaporator motor is bad and needs to be replaced, but all the motors I have seen have 3 or more prongs on the wire harness and mine only has two.

Randy for Model Number GTS22JCP

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Hi, My refrigerator is 6 years old. Just recently it started making a pulsing, howl type noise (happens about once a second - though the frequency of the sound can change) The noise sounds like whoo-whoo-whoo-whoo. I opened up the freezer compartment and had a look at the evaporator fan. The sound seems to be directly related to the fan. If I stop the fan with my finger, the sound goes away. If I let the fan spin freely, the pulsing howl sound seems to coincide with the fan slowing down momentarily (almost as if voltage was cut for a split second). Does this symptom suggest the fan needs replacing? Or something else? The freeze/fridge section work fine, all temps are normal. Everything else is working AOK except this noise. Thanks!

Bryan for Model Number GSL25JFTFBS

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I received a new evap fan motor today and it measures dead short between red and white wire? WR60X10185

Dave for Model Number pss26mswc ss

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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.

Petepuma for Model Number GE Model # GSL25JFTA BS

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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 ?

Juan for Model Number gsh25jfxbww

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Do you delivery any parts for different Country? Let me know as soon as possible, Thank you, Cleo

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