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    • Part Number: AP4364011
    • MFG Part Number: W10189703
    • Made by: Whirlpool
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George

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We shut our refrigerator off for one month, when we restarted it, it did not cool, freezer or refrig. Compressor is running, but the condensor fan is not running so we replaced the condensor fan. The condensor fan is now running and the compressor is running, but still not cooling. We took the evaporator panel off and noticed the evaporator motor fan not running and coils were cool only but not frozen in the freezer compartment. I checked the defrost timer knob when fridge was running, tuned it clockwise and the refrig stopped, turned a bit more and refridge started back up. Why is it not cooling? Do I need to change the evaporator motor? or defrost timer ? or do I have another more serious problem? compressor gets warm but not hot. Thanks Jim

Jim for Model Number ars9168ab

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Im replacing the fan motor with a new one I got from you. Is the green wire ground and should the fan come on as soon as its pluged in?

Brian for Model Number ET8WTKXKQ12

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The freezer is too cold, the bottom seems to be too warm. the compressor seems to be working all the time. The fan is not working, but turn freely by hand. Also, lots of ice build-uo. I-ve already replace the bi-metal switch. Thanks.

Alain for Model Number W9RXNMFWS01

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I'm replacing the evaporator motor. The old one does not have a grounding wire. The new one does. Where do I ground it?

Diana for Model Number MFF2577HES

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Hi, I am trying to replace the evaporator fan. The problem I have is that on the old one, there are two wires the go into the housing of the motor. The new one I received has 3 clips for the wires. I am not sure which wire clip is for the hot wire. Then again, the 2 wires are blue and white. Which is hot and which is not? I know which is the ground clip but the old one never had one. What do I do?

John S for Model Number jcb2280hes

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Freezer does not freeze, had tested and refrigerant ok.... Fan motor?

Mike L. for Model Number SRD22S5E

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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? Thanks!

Allison

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I recently removed the evaporator fan motor assembly thinking i could pick up a new one locally, however i had to order one. It came in today and i installed it but i'm not sure if i connected the wires correctly. Does it matter? the ground wire is the only wire i was sure about. Thanks

T. for Model Number er2chmxpq05

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I have had this fridge about 2-1/2 years and about 5 months ago I noticed that it defrosts I am guessing and drips water into the drip pan at the bottom alot more than I can remember my old one doing. I replaced the water filter right before this and woke up the next day to find water all over the floor. A local repairshop said that I could of pinched the oring on the filter or that the filter housing is cracked. I tought that was what was making the dripping noise. The water has been turned off since then. After I turned the water off I noticed the dripping going on. Why does it drip so much and could it defrosted enough to flood the floor or do you think that was from the filter?

Gregg for Model Number GR2FHTXVB01

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