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Fan Assembly,Axial
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PartSelect Number PS3528606
Manufacturer Part Number 5900AR1173A
The 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.
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Fan,Axial
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PartSelect Number PS3528570
Manufacturer Part Number 5900A10009B
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Installation Instructions
margaret from CARRIERE, MS
window a/x unit fan broke
took apart the fan housing and replaced the fan saving me hundreds of dollars from buying a new unit Read more...
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Cross Flow Fan Assembly
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PartSelect Number PS3528648
Manufacturer Part Number 5901A20050A
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Escutcheon
PartSelect Number PS3522291
Manufacturer Part Number 3831A20145E
This is an escutcheon, otherwise known as a control panel overlay, for your air conditioner. This replacement part covers control panel and labels the selection button on the appliance user interface. It is 8.6 inches wide and 4.5 inches tall. Be sure to unplug your appliance before completing this repair.
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Fan Assembly,Axial
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PartSelect Number PS3528610
Manufacturer Part Number 5900AR1508B
This 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.
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Cross Flow Fan Assembly
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PartSelect Number PS3528627
Manufacturer Part Number 5901A10027A
The cross flow fan assembly (or evaporator fan blade) is used to produce an even airflow to keep components from overheating in your air conditioner. If you notice your air conditioner giving off warm air it may be due to the cross flow fan being broken. It can be mounted horizontally or vertically. This part is sold individually and is made of metal. It measures approximately 29 inches long and 4 inches in width. Before working on this part, make sure your house circuit breaker is off and the appliance is unplugged. This is a genuine OEM part that is sourced right from the manufacturer.
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PCB Control Board with Display
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PartSelect Number PS3529623
Manufacturer Part Number 6871A00085A
This an authentic OEM display board for your room air conditioner. It is designed to display the selections the user has made for the air conditioner such as operating mode and fan speed. Be sure to unplug your air conditioner before you begin this repair.
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Fan,Axial
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PartSelect Number PS3528571
Manufacturer Part Number 5900A10011A
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Installation Instructions
Sam from MCQUEENEY, TX
accumulated condensation caused condenser fan failure
Pull 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...
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Clamp,Spring
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PartSelect Number PS3522762
Manufacturer Part Number 3H02932B
This spring clamp is designed for your room air conditioner. This clamp holds the fan blade on the motor shaft so it can rotate during operation. If your fan blade is wobbling on the motor shaft, you may need to replace it. The part is made of metal and is approximately 3/4-inch in diameter. This is an OEM part sourced directly from the manufacturer. This spring clamp is sold individually. Before you begin this repair, make sure your air conditioner is disconnected from the power source. To complete this repair, you will likely need to remove the air conditioning unit from the wall.
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Clamp,Spring
PartSelect Number PS3522763
Manufacturer Part Number 3H02932C
The fan blade clamp, also known as a clamp spring, are for air conditioners. The clamp supports the fan blade on the motor shaft. When the motor is running, it signals the shaft to turn and rotate, but without the support of the clamp the motor shaft is unable to function properly. Refer to the manual provided by the manufacturer for installation instructions and accurate guidance. Remember to unplug your air conditioner from the power source as a safety precaution and wear work gloves while you perfrom this repair.
Installation Instructions
Sam from MCQUEENEY, TX
accumulated condensation caused condenser fan failure
Pull 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...

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