General Electric Air Conditioner Fans and Blowers
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PartSelect Number PS3528571
Manufacturer Part Number 5900A10011A
Sam from MCQUEENEY, TX
accumulated condensation caused condenser fan failurePull the unit out of cabinet. Remove the brace between the blower housing and the condenser frame. Remove the screws securing the the condenser coil to the base and carefully lift and angle it just enough for the broken fan to clear ( be very careful with the refrigerant lines ). Slide the new fan back on the shaft and secure with the spring clamp. I used a pair of vice grips to compress the clamp, but be very careful because the clamp can exit the pliers, if the jaws are not perpendicular to the clamp. If you live in a area with high humidity remove the rubber plug at the back of the unit or the condensation will break your new fan. This fan needs some changes in design because the condensation puts too much stress on the plastic that contacts the motor shaft - some metal between shaft and the blades would help. Read more...
PartSelect Number PS3528606
Manufacturer Part Number 5900AR1173AThe fan assembly or condenser fan blade fits on the motor shaft and circulates air over the condenser. This cools the refrigerant before it enters the evaporator. If the fan assembly in your room air conditioner is not operating properly, you will need to replace it with this part. This fan assembly has 5 blades and is approximately 14-1/2 inches in diameter. It is made of white plastic. You will need to open your air conditioner, and most likely remove it from the wall/window to complete this repair. Be sure to disconnect power to the unit before you begin this repair.
PartSelect Number PS278375
Manufacturer Part Number WJ73X10037
HERBERT from WOODCLIFF LAKE, NJ
vibration, one fan blade broken offRemoved A/C unit from wall, removed 8 screws that held fan motor in place, removed 8 screws that held fan shroud in place, removed fan blade nut and pulled fan blade unit from motor shaft. Reversed steps to install. Read more...
PartSelect Number PS3528610
Manufacturer Part Number 5900AR1508BThis fan assembly or also known as a condenser fan blade is used in air conditioners. The blade fits onto the motor shaft and distributes air over the condenser to cool the refrigerant before it goes into the evaporator. This part blows air parallel to the motor shaft which the blade rotates on to successfully circulate the air. It is made from white plastic. *Please note: This part is sold individually. This part comes with a slinger ring. Refer to the manual provided by the manufacturer for installation instructions and further guidance.
Propeller Fan Blade
PartSelect Number PS278386
Manufacturer Part Number WJ73X10047This air conditioner propeller fan blade is used to pull air through the filter and over the cold evaporator coils. The cool air is then re-circulated into the room. If you notice that your air conditioner is not blowing cold air, is making a loud sound, or if there is ice forming over the evaporator coils, check to make sure the propeller fan is in working order. If the fan blade is broken, cracked, or badly bent, look to replace the part. However, if the issue is an accumulated dirt or ice buildup, clear the debris or ice and test the unit again.
PartSelect Number PS3528486
Manufacturer Part Number 5834AR1599B
PartSelect Number PS282699
Manufacturer Part Number WP73X10005Also known as Centrifugal Fan.
PartSelect Number PS3528483
Manufacturer Part Number 5834AR1495B
AXIAL FLOW FAN
PartSelect Number PS3654200
Manufacturer Part Number WJ73X10220
Fan Assembly,Cross Flow
PartSelect Number PS3528653
Manufacturer Part Number 5901A92441E