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    • Part Number: AP4009649
    • MFG Part Number: 12002744
    • Made by: Whirlpool
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Kenmore Trio 59675523400. My freezer is working but the fridge is not cooling. Coils froze over. Thawed out. Damper opens and closes in fridge compartment OK. Removed panel in freezer compartment and fan is not working. It shutters a tiny bit when unit turns on but never engages. Pulled plastic connector to fan and it is getting 110V. Do I just need to replace the fan?

Jay

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I have received the evaporator part I ordered and as it says in the description it is not like the one in the picture. are there any instructions you can direct to that explains how to install the evaporator since the new one does not have the same blue and white wires as the old one?

Chris for Model Number 67002778

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We ordered the replacement fan motor; however the blue and white wires are opposite to the ones in the motor we removed. Do we need to cross them in the replacement part before installing?

Brian for Model Number 596.76523500

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I just finished replacing my new evap motor. It did not start, so I assumed that my bottom freezer Maytag is the one you mentioned may need to use the green ground wire. I have the wire hooked on to the motor, but I have no idea where to put the other end of it.

Carolyn for Model Number MF F2557HEQ

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I have a Kenmore bottom mount freezer refrigerator. I replaced the motor kit with the redesigned replacement motor kit P/N 12002744. This replacement motor kit works, but now inside the refrigerator, any item I put on the Top Shelf freezes, where prior to replacing this part I never had this issue. The original motor looks like the one shown in the photo. I separated the original motor kit and it has a small curcuit board inside. My best guess is that this circuit board must be a speed controller? How could I order the original part and not the redesign replacement or what can I do to keep the top shelf from freezing? I tried turning up the refrigerator thermostate to 40 degrees and the freezer is set at 0 degrees, but still having the same issue. any advise would be welcome. Thank you in advance.

Robert for Model Number 596.76523500

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I ordered the motor kit (12002744) and there is a note that mentions of a redesign for the motor. The old picture is exactly the same as the unit I am replacing. My question is, will the new, re-designed unit still fit in the original mount/bracket or do I also need to order a new one?

Dennis for Model Number AFB2534DEW

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I purchased this motor kit but it won't turn on. It is getting 110V, is there something I am missing?

Kevin K

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For the last week a loud buzz noise has been clicking on then cycling off. I checked the temp is freezer and fridge and all seemed OK. Yesterday I noticed that everything in freezer was thawing out. I turned off unit for 3 hours and when I powered it back on everything started working fine with no clicking noise. It worked properly for 24 hours then clicking noise started again and freezer and fridge are NOT cooling again. Any suggestions?

Richard for Model Number 59675522400

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My freezer is working with coil and back wall iced, fridg is room temp. Unplug and let thaw; remove all ice and remove rear panel. Defrost heater has continuity. When I plugged in the power cord the first time, I noticed that the freezer motor is turning very slowly and eventually comes up to speed. Unplug power cord and let set for several hours. Plug power cord in and freezer fan appears to start normal. Do you think the fan motor needs to be replaced? Will a bad fan cause the coil to freeze over? Thanks

Ray for Model Number MFF2557HEW

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Can I test the motor (part #AP4009649)to see if it is working properly? Thanks.

Mark J. for Model Number afd2535deb

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