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Fan Blade
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PartSelect Number PS1964356
Manufacturer Part Number W10156818
The fan blade is used to blow air over the condenser.
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Evaporator Fan Blade
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PartSelect Number PS11738973
Manufacturer Part Number WP2169142
If your refrigerator or freezer is too warm, or making noises, you may need to replace the fan blade. The fan blade attaches to the evaporator motor, which is in the freezer section, to help circulate the cold air into the refrigerator and freezer sections. The fan blade is white in color and made from plastic. This is a genuine OEM part. Please be sure to disconnect the power to your refrigerator before starting your repair.
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  • Freezer section too warm
  • Fridge too warm
  • Noisy
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CYNTHIA from ALPHARETTA, GA
Noisy Evaporator Motor/Fan
Our 48" Built-In KitchenAid Frig (1999 model)started getting very noisy about 3 years ago. Two different repairmen plus KitchenAid said 'that was the way it was'. I figured out the noise was coming from the evaporator motor/fan but the repairmen said it was just because moisture was freezing on it and replacing the evaporator motor/fan probably would not make a difference plus it would be very expensive. When I discovered PartSelect and that I could order the parts (about $80) myself I thought why not. It was simple to replace. Removed cover inside freezer compartment - detached bracket and electrical wires - replaced with new motor and fan. Now you can hardly hear the frig running and it runs half the time - more efficient. I can't believe we lived with that noise for so long. Thanks to PartSelect I proved KitchenAid and the repaiirmen wrong and did it myself! Thank you PartSelect! Read more...
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Evaporator Fan Blade
PartSelect Number PS11738954
Manufacturer Part Number WP2163777
This part is used to circulate air through the inside of the refrigerator to help improve the cooling efficiency.
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KENNETH from METHUEN, MA
Refrigerator noisy when fan came on
First I removed the power plug, then 2 screws from bottom panel and removed panel. Removed 2 screws from rear panel and removed 2 screws holding fan in rear panel, disconnected 3 wire leads and inserted them on new fan terminals. Installed screws to hold fan in place on rear panel. Installed rear and bottom panel. Plug in power cord. Read more...
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FREEZER FAN BLADE
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PartSelect Number PS11743683
Manufacturer Part Number WP67006337
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Evaporator Fan Assembly
PartSelect Number PS1957154
Manufacturer Part Number W10116797
This includes 2 fan blades.
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Gregory from LOS ANGELES, CA
Evaporator fan motor bearings were gone; refrigerator ran very loud as a result.
Removed panel and motor cover at rear of freezer compartment. This requires 1/4" nut driver. Removed motor assembly bracket and wiring, careful to note where ground, neutral and hot were attached. The entire assembly must be removed from the freezer compartment in order to swap new motor for old motor. Re-inserted assembly into freezer compartment, reattached wiring. Made sure all assembly screws were tightly fastened and wiring was correct. Re-attached panel cover and motor cover. I did note that a few of the 1/4" machine screws wobbled in the original holes; I used slightly larger, 5/16" head machine screws of identical length as replacements. New motor is much quieter. No longer sounds like a truck is idling in our home. Read more...
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Fan Blade
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PartSelect Number PS11738623
Manufacturer Part Number WP12825803
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Roger from SMITHFIELD, RI
I had a loose fitting old condensor fan blade on my new motor.
I made a temporary repair by drilling the old blade plastic hub and put a small screw in it to hold it on to the shaft until the new blade arrived. The new blade came in within the two days I needed before Thanksgiving. I removed the old and pushed on the new. There were 8 screws on the back guard and two to hold the motor on. It was a snap.
Thank you PartSelect.com The wife is very, very happy now, we had 51 coming over for Thanksgiving. :)
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BLADE-CONDENSER FAN,40%
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PartSelect Number PS11748941
Manufacturer Part Number WPW10139483
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Condenser Fan Blade - Steel
PartSelect Number PS11739154
Manufacturer Part Number WP2190685
This fan blade circulates air over the condenser. It mounts onto the shaft of the condenser fan motor.
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Carol from Monroe, NY
Refrig making a lot of noise
The motor kit had only two wires coming out of it. The existing one in the refrig had 6. I spliced the 2 red to one black on the new part and 2 white to the other black wire on the new part. The two green I attached to a screw. I left the 6 wire harness in place just cut off the plug piece that went into the old motor, and spliced all my wires.
Worked great!
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Blade, Fan
PartSelect Number PS11739145
Manufacturer Part Number WP2188935
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Evaporator Fan Blades
PartSelect Number PS1724021
Manufacturer Part Number R0000199
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Shane from Las Vegas, NV
Loud noise. Noise would get louder with freezer door open. Noise stopped and refrigerator stopped cooling.
Noticed refrigerator making a noise, the noise would get louder when the freezer side door would be open. After awhile the noise stopped and noticed the refrigerator was no longer cooling. Looked in the freezer and noticed the back was iced up around the evaporator panel. Removed food and shelves on freezer side to gain access to the evaporator panel. Turned the Defrost timer knob manually to melt ice build up. Unplugged refrigerator. Then removed the 11 screws(1/4 inch screwheads). Noticed evaporater fan was stuck on fan shroud. Removed 2 (1/4 inch screwheads) and pulled the fan motor out. Noticed front bearing was leaking a black residue and that the motor shaft was extremely loose and not spinning true. Put back in for time being to order parts. Ordered parts from Partselect.com, website was easy to navigate and they had excellent diagrams of the parts. Ordered new evaporater fan, grommets, and fan blade. Received parts next day sooner then expected. Took a digital picture of fan motor wires to ensure proper re-install of wires afterwards. Unplugged refrigerator, removed two power wires and green grounding wire to fan motor. Took note of fan position on shaft and direction of fan fins. Took 2 (1/4 inch screwheads) to remove fan motor from fan motor mount. Removed old fan blade from old fan motor shaft to get front motor mount bracket off old motor. Put new grommets on new fan motor, put in fan motor mount, installed 2 screws. Installed new fan blade shaft on new motor shaft made sure it was the same depth on shaft as the old set up. Reinstalled motor into refrigerator with two screws, reinstalled wires, verified correctly hooked up with digital picture took. Plugged refrigerator back in, verified fan worked and proper direction of air flow, began cooling. Reinstalled panel and 11 screws, shelves and waiting for it to cool down before putting food back in. Cooled down, no problems since and noise is gone. Looked at old motor and noticed front bearing failed and wore down the shaft causing it to spin out of round and make the loud noise. Thank you Partselect.com for having the great web-site to navigate and diagrams to verify I was getting the correct parts. Read more...

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