I'm replacing the evaporator motor. The old one does not have a grounding wire. The new one does. Where do I ground it?
Answer Hello Diana,
The grounding wire on this unit will connect where there is a grounding wire on the left side right above the evaporator at the back wall. There is already a ground there just put that one there as well.
Freezer does not freeze, had tested and refrigerant ok.... Fan motor?
Answer Hi Mike. The evaporator fan motor part # W10189703 needs to always run when the compressor runs. If you see a definite complete frost pattern on all of the evap. coil surface then you can safely bet the freon is flowing well, (no ice ball restrictions). You need to use a volt/ohm meter part # TJMA-DM1 to un-plug the fan electrical connector and test for 120 vac going to the fan motor. If there you need to replace the fan. If not then look at the wires at the plugs leading up to the control assy. part # R0161092 it sends the voltage to the fan and compressor. Thank You.
Hi - My husband and I ordered this new evaporator motor AP4364011 because the fan in our freezer is not running any more (freezer is fine but fridge is not cooling enough)... Is the motor in the bottom of the fridge? Does this part come with the new wiring as well?
Answer Hello Allison. If you have a top mount unit, with the freezer on the top, the motor is located in the top behind the freezer wall. If you have a side by side, the motor is located in the middle behind the freezer wall. If you have a bottom mount freezer, the motor is located in the top of the freezer behind the freezer wall. The evaporator fan motor W10189703 does not come with any wires. You will use the wires on your unit. Hope this helps.