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LG Refrigerator Evaporator Fan Motor
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PartSelect Number PS3523323
Manufacturer Part Number 4681JB1027C
This is a genuine OEM evaporator motor that directly powers the evaporator mechanism within your refrigerator. This mechanism is responsible for pulling air over the evaporator coils, which are cold, and circulating that cold air back throughout the appliance. Without this motor, the interior of your refrigerator would build up frost, strain the compressor, and simply not cool your fridge enough. A warm fridge, frost buildup or unusual noises are all signs that this fan needs replacing, and over time or through excessive dust building up, motor issues will arise and can cause it to fail. This fan motor is sold as an individual part, so it does not come with any securing screws or the fan blade itself. Replacing the evaporator fan motor will require your user manual and Philips-head and flathead screwdrivers. You need to gain access to the evaporator cover, which you will need to locate using your user manual schematics. Once the cover is removed and you disconnect the wire harnesses within it, you can disassemble the fan mechanism on its inside portion. With the fan mechanism disassembled, remove the old mechanism and install the new one, with the securing screws and wire harnesses.
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Rick from CLEVELAND, TN
Very bad noise which stopped when the door was opened
The Refrigerator now runs very quite.
After watching several videos I started on mine and found that it was a bit different than any in the videos. However all but the back panel was shown and that was helpful.
The back panel was a bit difficult but a hair dryer seemed to help .
All in all it was a good choice to do it myself as it was done quicker than waiting on a repair man.
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LG Refrigerator MOTOR,DC
PartSelect Number PS7791867
Manufacturer Part Number EAU59551204
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Steve from MUKWONAGO, WI
Ice chute would not open.
Removed ice dispenser and display with small screwdriver from front of the fridge. Pried out the whole piece slowly. This exposed the motor that activates the chute. Plugged in the new motor before any removal to verify the motor was the problem. When it worked, removed old and installed new. 3 screws. Piece of cake. Read more...
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LG Refrigerator Ice Maker and Auger Motor Assembly
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PartSelect Number PS11710299
Manufacturer Part Number EAU62563503
This assembly is the complete ice maker and auger motor contained on the mounting bracket. This is a genuine OEM part.
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Orlando from MESA, AZ
Ice maker stopped working
The Ice Maker from Part Select was complete. Plastic housing, Ice maker located at the top and ice cruncher/dispenser at the bottom.
Note: Both the ice maker and the dispenser wiring goes to a common connecter. It is not advisable to plan changing out only one of these.
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LG Refrigerator Motor,AC
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PartSelect Number PS3523107
Manufacturer Part Number 4680JB1026H
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LG Refrigerator Condenser Fan Motor
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PartSelect Number PS11710286
Manufacturer Part Number EAU62025701
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LG Refrigerator Condenser Fan Motor
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PartSelect Number PS3523330
Manufacturer Part Number 4681JB1029D
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LG Refrigerator Motor,AC
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PartSelect Number PS3523117
Manufacturer Part Number 4680JK1001B
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LG Refrigerator Evaporator Fan Motor
PartSelect Number PS3523328
Manufacturer Part Number 4681JB1029A
Installation Instructions
Kyle from WOODBURY, MN
Evaporator Fan Squeeking
Detected noise as coming from top freezer department, and tips and part diagram clearly pointed to evaporator fan. You go in through the freezer (you have to empty top half of freezer); removing the side rails holding the ice bin, and then the 4 outer screws (only 2 each side - not the middle ones) holding the 'auger' that turns the bin. From there it gets interesting in trying to disconnect the wires. You might consider taking some pictures of the connected wires - perhaps it doesn't matter, but several of them can be hooked up in reverse. After the ice marker is out, remove light and light cover, side rails/mounts that hold hold up ice maker. This leaves a large white cover that pops out (seam at bottom of it has two tabs that you can pop out) holding the fan; and then only a few more wires to disconnect to be able to get at the fan. Mine clearly had a wobble to it confirming the source of the squeak and need to replace. Install was just reverse -- a bit tricky to get some of the wires connected given the tight spaces. Overall, not difficult - but a lot of wires and screws to connect/disconnect. I didn't take any pictures as I disassembled, and found myself having to take some extra time to figure it out as I reassembled. In the end -- a silent and functioning refrigerator Good luck! Read more...

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