We got the fan and it fixed the problem. Now the ice makers keeps freezing up and no ice. We have taken the tray out and unfroze it, it works 3 or 4 days ans freezes up again?
Answer Hi Linda. Inside the ice maker on the back lt. side of the front controls, there is a thermostat that has to close at approx. 14° as it senses the ice has frozen in the ice maker tray. When it does then it allows for approx. 6-seconds of heater application just enough to get the I/M motor to turn and eject the cubes normally. Then it will rotate the ejector blades . Then it calls for approx. 6-7 seconds of timed water fill. Over and over. Now consider all the usage of water / ice frozen with contaminants such as calcium it , builds up and after time it stops the process of ejection even with heat. So with all this being said, you can buy individual parts or consider the whole ice maker part # D7824706Q since it has lasted this long under constant usage. Thank You.
The side of the refridgerater is hot on freezer side and around the door on refridgerator side beside ice & water dispenser, we need a part # for fan.
Answer Hello Linda. Check and see if the fan is running, and make sure the coils are clean. If the fan is bad, you will need to order and replace part number 61005323 for the condenser fan motor. Hope this helps.
The edges of the refrigerator doors get very hot sometimes, does this mean my condenser fan is not working correctly? Should the motor run all the time?
Answer Hello Robert. The condenser fan motor 61005323 should run when the compressor is running. If the fan is running properly, you will need to make sure the coils are clean. If the fan is not running properly, you will need to replace the fan motor. Hope this helps.
The condenser fan stops after a hour or so and will run again for the same amount of time if you spin it. Is the motor bad or is it a relay?
Answer Hello Norris. Based on the information you provided, it sounds like the condenser fan motor 61005323 is bad and will need to be replaced. Hope this helps.