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AK24E6RVB Gibson Air Conditioner - Overview

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Fan Blade,with clamp – Part Number: 5304422465
Fan Blade,with clamp
PartSelect #: PS472615
Manufacturer #: 5304422465
  No Longer Available
SCREW – Part Number: 134178901
SCREW
PartSelect #: PS815505
Manufacturer #: 134178901
$12.57
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SCREW – Part Number: 131202300
SCREW
PartSelect #: PS417141
Manufacturer #: 131202300
$11.44
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Blower Wheel – Part Number: 5304404774
Blower Wheel
PartSelect #: PS470787
Manufacturer #: 5304404774
If your air conditioner is making an unusual noise, the problem could be with the blower wheel, or its fans. The motorized fan in an air conditioner pulls air through the filter and over the cold evap...
$136.78
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MOTOR-FAN – Part Number: 309630604
MOTOR-FAN
PartSelect #: PS435527
Manufacturer #: 309630604
$477.93
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Temperature Control – Part Number: 5303015319
Temperature Control
PartSelect #: PS453500
Manufacturer #: 5303015319
$131.92
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Selector Switch – Part Number: 3017344
Selector Switch
PartSelect #: PS433374
Manufacturer #: 3017344
A type of switch that can be turned to different positions to select a specific function.
  No Longer Available
FILTER – Part Number: 3017336
FILTER
PartSelect #: PS433369
Manufacturer #: 3017336
  No Longer Available
KNOB-CONTROL – Part Number: 309306906
KNOB-CONTROL
PartSelect #: PS434930
Manufacturer #: 309306906
This knob accepts a D-shaped shaft.
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BRACKET – Part Number: 5303211056
BRACKET
PartSelect #: PS456822
Manufacturer #: 5303211056
$22.41
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LOUVERS W/LINK – Part Number: 5303302882
LOUVERS W/LINK
PartSelect #: PS463702
Manufacturer #: 5303302882
$37.19
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DRIER-FILTER – Part Number: 5300265301
DRIER-FILTER
PartSelect #: PS450696
Manufacturer #: 5300265301
$241.68
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My A/C unit quit working on the hottest day of the year! I had this A/C unit for 13 years and I just knew I'd never find a fan blade for the same make and model, so I tried to go purchase a new one but couldn't find one big enough since it was so late in the season.
After receiving the fan blade, I popped off the old one and put on the new one! The A/C unit worked like new once again!! It even blew colder air than before! The hardest part about the entire process was getting the13 year old fan blade off! I'd recommend your website to anyone looking for a part!
Thank you for all your help!!
Parts Used:
Fan Blade,with clamp
  • Tracy from Morgantown, WV
  • Difficulty Level:
    Really Easy
  • Total Repair Time:
    15 - 30 mins
  • Tools:
    Screw drivers
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Fan blade broke - it wouldn't cool
2001 Window AC/Heat Unit.
I ran across your web site and ordered the fan $70.00, telling myself that if we could fix it we saved $650.00. A new - window air conditioner is over $700.00 for heat and air.
Believe it or not the two of us oldies put it up on the desk on CARDBOARD so we wouldn't scratch the desk (my husband wouldn't have thought of that - that's why God made man -a woman). I vacuumed everything I could see to clean which made it more bearable to breathe. Then we had to decide how to get the old fan off and the new one on. They don't make these things to repair. We actually took out more screws than we needed to but that's ok. There are 3 legs in there that needed to be unscrewed so we could pull out the heating coils enough to replace the fan. One of the 3 legs was difficult to maneuver because of the tight space so my husband and his brawn decided to cut a hole in the medal on the right side. He did it a little unconventionally but it still solved the problem of the 3rd screw without affecting anything else. We both had to pull on the heating coil to slip it up out of the bottom pan without breaking anything else but we managed. We got the old fan blade off and the new one on. Two heads are always better than one. We did it and it works with a savings of $650.00.
Your website saved us a heap of money. We have already started telling others about it.
Parts Used:
Fan Blade,with clamp
  • Bobalee from Loganville, GA
  • Difficulty Level:
    Difficult
  • Total Repair Time:
    More than 2 hours
  • Tools:
    Pliers, Screw drivers, Socket set, Wrench set
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Fan blades were Broken and making loud noise
Pulled airconditioner out of Housing. Removed screws holding plastic cover in place. Loosened lock ring. Removed old fan blades and replaced with new fan blades. Reassembled plastic cover and returned air conditioner to housing. The unit is now quieter than before!
Parts Used:
Fan Blade,with clamp
  • Eric Peterson from Blakeslee, PA
  • Difficulty Level:
    Really Easy
  • Total Repair Time:
    15 - 30 mins
  • Tools:
    Nutdriver, Screw drivers
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