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    • Part Number: AP4068982
    • MFG Part Number: 61004888
    • Made by: Whirlpool
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Thank you for your quick response to the Evaporator Motor question. One more thing - is the rubber bushing in the rear bracket the only way the motor is securely attached to the rear bracket or do you have to take the 2 screws out of the motor and attach the motor to the bracket with those screws also? Thanks.

Jerry for Model Number MTB1956DEW

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How is the Evaporator Motor attached to the rear bracket?

Jerry for Model Number MTB1956DEW

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When I tried to remove the fan blade from my original evaporator fan motor, it would not move. Since I did not have a replacement blade I was afraid to apply a lot of force to remove. Is there anything you can recommend. It almost seems like the blade is glue on?

Steven D. for Model Number MSD2556AE(W)

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I ordered a new motor. It goes on the top of the freezer not the bottom. The bracket that holds the motor to the freezer won't go on as the other motor has the screws giong in from the front and the new one has the screws going in from the back.

Al for Model Number rsw2200e

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I bought evaporator motor 61004888 for a magic chef RB17KN-0A this is the motor listed for this refrigerator. It isn't even close no way to mount it and the shaft on the original motor measures .182 the shaft on the new motor measures .124. What's up with is up with this. The original motor is a 54482-10.

Tom for Model Number rb17kn-0a

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On the evaporator fan motor in the freezer do both Green with yellow strip wires need to be grounded 111-402-1 Thank You Dave

Dave for Model Number MTF1955GR*

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all works great EXCEPT for the fan in the back of the freezer. It makes a whiming sound. Will stop for several hours then makes a louder sound. I have taken off the back plate used 3 and 1 oil. will be fine for awhile and then back making noise again. Have finally just put a pot holder to stop the fan and everything is still working. I know i need to repair it. what do I need?

Margie for Model Number maytag refrig mtb1742arw

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On 5/22/2010 I ordered a fan motor AP4068982 for a RSD2000CAE Maytag Refrigerator.Ref order # 1158249. I just installed it. It was not an interchangeable install but with change to longer screws I made it fit. The question is. Should the fan be blowing into the freezer compartment or out, which it is currently doing. If it should be out will reversing the wires change the direction of rotation? Thank you for your help in this matter. Terence J.

Terrence for Model Number RSD2000CAE

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I have a Jenn Aire side by side that is running constantly. The freezer is fine but the fresh food compartment is too warm. The bottom shelf was 40 degrees but top shelf is running 60 degrees. I had the timer replaced on this refrigerator in 2004. What could the problem be?

Mary D. for Model Number JRSD229A

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My refrigerator is getting warm but freezer is still cold ? What can I do about it? Thank You Roger

Roger A. for Model Number MSD2757AEW

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