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Refrigerator Evaporator Fan Motor

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PartSelect Number PS10063450
Manufacturer Part Number WR60X23584
Manufactured by GE
Product Description

Refrigerator Evaporator Fan Motor Specifications

This 115-volt 60Hz evaporator fan motor is located in the back of the freezer and circulates air over the refrigerator coils. These coils will convert the heat into cool air, which is then circulated. If the motor has failed, the freezer/refrigerator will become too warm because the fan motor is not circulating the cool air from the freezer into the refrigerator. This is a genuine OEM part. Please remember to disconnect the power to the appliance before starting your repair.

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Troubleshooting
This part fixes the following symptoms:
Noisy | Fridge too warm | Freezer section too warm | Will Not Start
This part works with the following products:
Refrigerator, Freezer.
This part works with the following products:
General Electric, Hotpoint.
Part# WR60X23584 replaces these:
AP5955766, WR60X10045, WR60X10046, WR60X10072, WR60X10138, WR60X10141, WR60X10346, WR60X27646
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Brian
November 10, 2017
When the motor runs it makes a loud whining noise. If i shut the freezer door hard it stops for a while. How do i determine if it's the motor or just the fan ?
For model number HTS17GBSERWW
Hi Brian, Thank you for your question. You would have to take a look at the part. If it is the fan you would be able to physically see damage or see something that is lodged between the fan and the motor that causes that whining noise. Sometimes it is just some ice build up that lodges there and all you need to do is remove it. If you see damage on the fan blades you would just replace the blades. If there is no physical damage, you would need to replace your motor. I hope that helps. Good luck with your repair.

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Jo
July 20, 2017
I suspect that the evaporator fan in my freezer is faulty. How do I check to see if it is or not? My freezer is making a loud noise and I noticed that my fan was pushed pretty far back. I pulled it forward and the noise seemed to stop for a while but now it is running off and on. Is this fan motor or something else?
Hi Jo, great question. To do this you will have to test for power in the motor. To test the fan motor, you will need a multi-meter tool. If your fan motor WR60X23584 is not running properly you will need to replace it. The fan motor and compressor should always run as a team to cool the refrigerator. Please let us know if you have any further questions.

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Remy
July 20, 2017
I need instructions for finding this part and taking it out. Is there something I can print out or follow? The fridge in the video does not look the same as mine and it is really frustrating me trying to do this repair.
Hello Remy, we will try to help! You should start by pulling your fridge away from the wall and disconnecting power. There is usually a lower panel/cover in the back, if your unit has one you should remove that. From there you can access the condenser fan and the compressor. You can pull the fan blade right off the fan motor in front of you, and then you will need to remove both screws holding the motor. Once these are out of your way you can take out the old motor by disconnecting the harness and install your new one! Good luck with your repair.

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Phil
March 4, 2018
The fan behind the evaporator cover makes a noice when running. If i push on the evaporator cover it stops. Is this the fan motor problem or a worn parts that are just ribbing together when the fan runs?
For model number gts18fbsarww
Hello Phil, thank you for your question. If the evaporator fan motor is making noise and pushing on the back panel stops the noise, the issue could just be the fan blade and grommets that hold the blade into the housing. I would recommend removing the back panel of the unit and watching the fan motor turn. If the noise is coming from the fan blade itself I would recommend replacing the Evaporator Fan Blade Part Number: PS1018129 and two of the grommets Evaporator Fan Grommet - Red Part Number: PS963756. Sometimes, if the fan blade itself is making noise and is replaced, the motor itself goes out shortly after, so it is recommended to replace the motor as well usually ( Evaporator Fan Motor - 115V 60Hz part number PS10063450). I hope this helps!

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Ranch
September 10, 2017
The freezer seems to cool fine but the fridge isn't. Do you suppose the problem is more likely the condenser fan or the evaporator fan motor ?
For model number HTR16BBSELWW
Hi Ranch, Thank you for your inquiry. It would more likely be the evaporate fan motor. I would also suggest testing your defrost thermostat, and the temperature control in your refrigerator as well. I hope that helps. Good luck with your repair.

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Rodger
July 20, 2017
My evaporator fan motor is running inconsistently, but my compressor is running normally. The fridge seems to be cooling normally but the fan goes off and on. What could be the cause of this? Is that normal, could it be the control board or the fan motor?
Hi Rodger, if your fan is running inconsistently I would first recommend checking the control board voltage. You want to see a strong 12 VDCs here. If you are not getting this then that would mean your control board is faulty and should be replaced. I hope this helps!

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Suzanne
April 20, 2018
I think it's the fan motor because of the intermittent noise from the back of the freezer. In the video it said to change the grommets if needed. I want to order the fan motor but how can i tell in advance, without taking it apart, if i need new grommets too? Frig is only 3 years old so how could these things be wearing out so soon? Should i order grommets and the motor? Thank you, suzanne
For model number GTS18GTHBRWW
Hello Suzanne, Thank you for your inquiry. The best way to check them is to take them off and inspect them for any visible wear. If the fan blade is noisy, seems loose, or you're getting a lot of vibration, then you would need to replace the grommets. Hope this helps!

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Tyler
February 13, 2019
Had a power outage that caused a voltage drop/spike at the outlet. Now the compressor runs, light comes on and fridge and freezer get cold. However neither of the fans will run, eventually leading to the freezer freezing over and the fridge getting warm. Power is running to both fan motors. Could the fan motors have fried and need to be replaced or could it be a different part keeping the fans from turning on?
Hello Tyler, Thank you for your question! You can test the parts with a multimeter. If you are unfamiliar with how a multimeter functions, we have videos available to assist you.

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Sandy
February 27, 2018
I am replacing my fan motor. The original part is a wr60x10346. The manufacturer replaces it with a different motor, however, the existing one has a 2 prong and the new one has a three prong. How do i replace something with an incorrect plug?
For model number JCD2295HES
Hello Sandy, thank you for your question. The new motor is slightly different but will function correctly, and is the OEM recommended replacement part. To install the new motor, put the blue wire to one terminal and the white to the other. There is a small terminal for the green ground wire. The connector will get reconnected to the housing. Once you have this done reinstall the housing and connect the refrigerator wire harness to it and run the ground wire to the left where the other ground wire is located on the evaporator sheath. I hope this helps!

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Sal
June 25, 2019
I've ordered the fan motor and bushings, but i need the fan blade too. How do i order it.
For model number wr60x10140
Hello Sal, thank you for contacting us, In order for us to locate the correct parts and repair information we will require the model number of the unit. Once you have located the model number please feel free to resubmit the question and we will be happy to help you. Look forward to hearing from you!

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Part Videos

Replacing your General Electric Refrigerator Refrigerator Evaporator Fan Motor

Customer Repair Stories
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Freezer Fan
I removed two srews from the back panel inside fthe reezer compartment and the two that hold the air manifold/baffle? and pulled the baffle out. Then, I removed the two srews that hold the front part of the fan bracket behind the baffle and the back panel came out easily. Two more screws and one quick connect plug attached to the fan and I was done with removal. Insallation was even quicker, I slid the original fan right off the old motor and slid it on the new motor's shaft. Piece of cake! Thanks Partselect.
  • Luis from College Station, TX
  • Difficulty Level:
    Really Easy
  • Total Repair Time:
    15 - 30 mins
  • Tools:
    Screw drivers, Socket set
  • Parts Used:
    WR60X23584
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evaporator fan making lots of noise
the repair was really easy!!! took longer to put the little clip on the fan part than it was to install the whole moter and put everthing back together

save money do it yourself.....
  • alex from rohnert park, CA
  • Difficulty Level:
    Really Easy
  • Total Repair Time:
    30 - 60 mins
  • Tools:
    Pliers, Screw drivers, Socket set, Wrench (Adjustable)
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Loud Fan Motor
Unplug refrigerator.Remove the floor of the freezer box by removing the 4 philips head screws. Remove the cover over the fan by pulling it straight up and out. Remove the styrafoam duct by pulling it straight up and out. Remove the back wall of the freezer by removing the 4 philips head screws. Unplug fan. Remove the fan, bracket and all, by removing the two philips head screws on the back wall. Take the two halves of the bracket appart by removing the two hex head scews on the back of the bracket. Remove the "O" ring from the fan blade and remove the blade. There is a rubber grommet on both the front and back halves of the bracket. Make sure they are set properly in the brackets to secure and position the motor properly so the fan blade doesn't hit anything when it spins. Install the new motor onto the bracket the same way you took the old one off. Check the positions of the brackets, rubber grommets and motor to make sure they're properly installed and secure. Replace the "O" ring onto the fan blade and install it onto the new motor with a firm push on the center of the blade. Install the brackets and fan onto the back wall and plug in the new motor. Reinstall the back wall of the freezer box and make sure the motor is secure. Plug the refrigerator back in and check to make sure the fan blade doesn't hit anything while it's turning. Finish reassembling the freezer box.
  • Arthur from East Meadow, NY
  • Difficulty Level:
    Easy
  • Total Repair Time:
    30 - 60 mins
  • Tools:
    Nutdriver, Screw drivers
  • Parts Used:
    WR60X23584
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noise fan
Took off the back panel 4 screws, 2 screws on fan motar ,unpluged fan and replaced fan motor ,Hardest part of the whole job was setting the fan blade ,easy to push on but becarefull not to push it on to far.check distance on old fan before you take the blade off.
  • Richard from Port st Lucie, FL
  • Difficulty Level:
    Easy
  • Total Repair Time:
    15 - 30 mins
  • Tools:
    Nutdriver, Pliers, Screw drivers
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Freezer making loud humming noise.
Followed instructions per video and took roughly 45mins. Super easy and saved you time from having to hire someone and money. Highly recommend do it yourself.
  • Mark from ROCHESTER, NY
  • Difficulty Level:
    Very Easy
  • Total Repair Time:
    30 - 60 mins
  • Tools:
    Pliers, Screw drivers, Socket set
  • Parts Used:
    WR60X23584, WR02X12008
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The lower half of the refrigerator was not cold, the fan was not blowing
First I removed the 4 screws in the back of the freezer. I then pulled the connection from the fan , I replaced the fan to the connection, replaced the 4 screws and I was done! I still can't believe how simple it was.
  • Lucinda from Yucca, AZ
  • Difficulty Level:
    Really Easy
  • Total Repair Time:
    Less than 15 mins
  • Tools:
    Screw drivers
  • Parts Used:
    WR60X23584
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Loud freezer fan motor
Removed old worn out freezer fan motor and replaced with a new one. Piece of cake. Sooo easy and saved money too!
  • William from GENEVA, OH
  • Difficulty Level:
    Very Easy
  • Total Repair Time:
    15 - 30 mins
  • Tools:
    Screw drivers, Socket set
  • Parts Used:
    WR60X23584, WR02X12008
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Lower part of refrigerator warm
Pulled refrigerator plug from socket.
Removed all freezer items. Put them into sink to keep cool.
Phillips head screwdriver removed screws from plastic housing fan cover from rear of freezer compartment.
Removed fan housing panel by lifting up and out. Panel has two small tabs that fit into back panel.
Removed back panel with phillips head screwdriver.
Fan is now exposed. Not working.
Plugged power cord back in.
Disconnected power adapter to fan.
Voltage meter sees power to ground and hot wire.
Fan not working
Unplugged power cord.
Removed fan from rear by socket tool.
Used hair dryer to remove ice build up in styrofoam insert between freezer compartment and lower section.
Removed foam insert....broke a couple of pieces off.
Test new motor with a line cord wire stripped at ends
Motor works. (Old one did not work with same test)
Replaced fan into bracket.
Replaced bracket into rear of freezer.
Plugged power cord in.
Fan does not work.....Whoa!!!..closed freezer door and heard fan running!!! It works.
Replaced everything...foam insert, panels, food.
One week later, still working.....
(Now...I don't know why the fan did not start right away...it may be that there's a small round thermostat sitting on a copper tubing, that needed some time to kick in...but that's a supposition.)
Have fun
  • bernard from Katonah, NY
  • Difficulty Level:
    Easy
  • Total Repair Time:
    30 - 60 mins
  • Tools:
    Nutdriver, Screw drivers
  • Parts Used:
    WR60X23584, WR02X11791
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we had a power surge that killed the fan motor
I removed the fan housing , this was the hardest part , this took loosining two screws and snapping the housing loose , and there it was , settin there Idle and the coils were all ice , I let the coils thaw while I unscrewed the fan mount from the back wall of the freezer , then pulled the fan and mount out far enough to snap the wire connector loose, then I removed the two screws that hold the motor to the mount , the new fan motor comes without the blade so the blade is removed by pulling fairly had on the center off the shaft , the old motor is taken out of the mount , the new one replaces it perfectly , then the screws are replaced and tightenen , then the blade is pushed back on the shaft , the motor and mount are placed back on the back wall of the freezer department and screwed in place , the wires connected , then the housing is snapped back in place and the screws tightened , turn the dial to cool or number 2 or 3 and " bingo " it,s just like new , I can thank part select for speedy service and delivery
  • Richard from Wellsboro, PA
  • Difficulty Level:
    Really Easy
  • Total Repair Time:
    Less than 15 mins
  • Tools:
    Screw drivers
  • Parts Used:
    WR60X23584
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Fan Motor stopped working
Not only was finding the part rediculously easy for a person who has never done this type of thing...the repair was a sinch!! I will always return to this company for help with home equipment repairs. I saved so much money doing it this way. :) thanks guys!
  • connie from omaha, AR
  • Difficulty Level:
    Really Easy
  • Total Repair Time:
    Less than 15 mins
  • Tools:
    Screw drivers
  • Parts Used:
    WR60X23584
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