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95-1987-00-02 Tappan Refrigerator - Overview

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$6.40

Light Bulb

This OEM 40 watt appliance light bulb is used for some ranges, refrigerators, freezers, and microwaves. Simply locate the existing bulb, unscrew it from its socket, and replace wit...

$38.35

Evaporator Fan Motor Kit

The evaporator fan motor kit is specifically made for your refrigerator to run the evaporator fan in your refrigerator. It is mounted on the center hub and has three lead wire terminals; its shaft has a diameter of 1/8 inches and is 1-1/4 inches long. The function of the evaporator fan motor is that it supplies air to the evaporator coils which then circulate cool air throughout your refrigerator, efficiently keeping your fresh food compartment cold. The tools you will need for this installation include a 1/4 inch nut driver, and a pair of wire strippers. Keep your hands protected during this repair by wearing work gloves.

$9.36

Defrost Timer - 120V 60Hz

This defrost timer is designed for use in your refrigerator. The defrost timer acts as a clock, that switches the refrigerator from the freezing cycle to the defrost cycle and back...

$27.22

Evaporator Fan Blade

This evaporator fan blade is a genuine OEM part that is sourced directly from the manufacturer. The evaporator fan blade circulates air through the refrigerator to control the amount of cold air goes that goes to internal compartments of the unit. It may need to be replaced if the fridge is noisy or not cold enough. This part is made of plastic and is sold individually. It will be necessary to disconnect power to the refrigerator and empty the freezer compartment of the refrigerator. The tools needed to complete this repair are a 1/4 inch nut driver and a pair of needle nose pliers.

$6.11

Hexagonal Screw

Sold individually.

$8.68

Door/Light Switch

This is a door/light switch and it is a replacement part for your refrigerator. This part is activated as you open and close your refrigerator door. When the switch is activated and the door is open it will turn the light on inside your appliance, and when you close the door the switch will deactivate the light. Before purchasing this part, you may test it for continuity to determine if your current switch is defective and needs replacing. This model is white in color and measures to be roughly one inch thick, almost two inches high, and almost 1.5 inches deep, with a male end plug.

$26.93

STRAP-EVAP/HEATER

This strap is designed for use with the evaporator in your refrigerator. The function of this part is to hold wires, tubes, defrost heaters and other parts in place. If you notice ...

$8.32

Door Hinge Pin Bearing

This white hinge pin bearing pivots the freezer and refrigerator door.

$2.58

Ice Cube Tray

The ice cube tray is made of plastic, is white in color, and is sold individually. This is a part for your freezer. The ice cube tray is sturdy but flexible to allow you to easily ...

$1.03

NUT

This push-on nut can be used for a variety of household appliances. To find the exact location and proper application of this part, refer to your appliance manual. Push-on nuts, also known as push-on retainers or push-on fasteners, allow components to be easily and securely assembled to a smooth shaft. A push-on nut has radial teeth that are formed at an angle perpendicular to the target shaft. The angled teeth allow the nut to slide onto the shaft in one direction while resisting motion in the reverse direction. Remember, to ensure the nut properly holds the shaft securely in place, it is important that the shaft material is softer than the nut.

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Noisy fan

  • Customer: Jordan from Maumee, OH
  • Difficulty: Easy
  • Time to Complete: 1- 2 hours
  • Tools Required: Nutdriver
  • 126 of 141 people found this instruction helpful
1. Removed the 7 nuts using the nut driver from the freezer back panel inside the freezer.
2. Remove the back panel. The evaporator motor and fan are located above the coils.
3. Unplug the wiring harness.
4. Remove the two gold mounting screws holding the motor and fan in place.
5. Remove the motor and fan including the brackets.
6. ... read more

The Evaporator Fan Burnt Up

  • Customer: ROY from PENSACOLA, FL
  • Difficulty: A Bit Difficult
  • Time to Complete: 1- 2 hours
  • Tools Required: Pliers, Screw drivers
  • 24 of 34 people found this instruction helpful
The fan motor all but caught the inside of the freezer on fire . Had to remove then clean, and I mean clean the walls of the freezer . Then had to pry out the old fan without breaking anything . Replacement of new fan was quick and easy because all the parts that I needed were in the bag read more

door seals cracking from age on both compartments

  • Customer: Clark from Wenatchee, WA
  • Difficulty: Easy
  • Time to Complete: 30 - 60 mins
  • Tools Required: Nutdriver
  • 19 of 23 people found this instruction helpful
Located the many screws which hold the inside surface of the door on. The screws are located between the seal and the inside surface; you have to hold back the seal to find the screws.

The seals are attached to this inner surface by a snug fit, and clamped in place when the screws are tightened again. Its simpler than it sounds.

Final... read more