Part Location Diagram of W10822580 Whirlpool Evaporator Fan Motor
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Evaporator Fan Motor W10822580

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PartSelect Number PS11723174
Manufacturer Part Number W10822580
Manufactured by Whirlpool
Product Description

Evaporator Fan Motor Specifications

The body of this evaporator fan motor has four wires extending from the body, blue, red, yellow and one white one. This 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.
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Troubleshooting
This part fixes the following symptoms:
Fridge too warm | Noisy
This part works with the following products:
Refrigerator.
This part works with the following products:
KitchenAid, Whirlpool, Kenmore, Dacor.
Part# W10822580 replaces these:
AP5985210, 2259385, W10255195
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Ref Side Not Cooling Properly& Noisy
Looked at repair diagram, ordered part [ fast shipping ],first empty freezer pulled everything out removed rear panel, removed motor, installed new motor into housing. Using a heat gun [on low ] defrosted ice build-up on coils, this tookover one hour , reinstalled everything and it started right up but took 24 hours to stablize and get the ref / freezer back to the -10/37 degree . All better and quiet now. Last time I paid for the repair over $200 very happy thank you part select
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    1- 2 hours
  • Tools:
    Nutdriver, Screw drivers
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Steve
March 12, 2019
Occasionally, will get noise from Whirlpool refrigerator in area inside freezer area. Assume this is the evap motor hitting frost buildup. Noise goes away after a couple of hours,when i assume, refrigerator goes into defrost mode. This happened last night, was quite loud but was gone this morning. Any ideas on fix to eliminate this occasional but annoying noise?
For model number GC5SHEXNB00
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Hello Steve, thank you for your question. You may want to replace the Condenser Fan Motor part PS1957416, or the Fan Blade part PS11738973 for this symptom.

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Serge
May 13, 2019
The motor evap fan in my KitchenAid refrigerator keeps turning off and on continuously all day long. It stays on for anywhere between about 3 to 30 seconds, then shuts off for just a second, then turns on again. It does this continuously, 24/7. I can hear a click that sounds like a relay whenever the fan shuts off. I am assuming that it is the motor evap (oem part # 2259385 replacement part #w10822580) that needs to be replaced. The temperatures in both my refrigerator and freezer are fine and i cleaned all my coils. Does the motor evap act as a relay? I want to replace the part, but am not sure if it acts like this is because it is defective or if it shuts off because of something else. Any thoughts/recommendations would be very much appreciated. Thank you.
For model number KSCS25INSS00
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Hello Serge, thank you for inquiring. For this symptom you may want to replace either the Condenser part PS2360618, the Condenser Fan Motor Kit part PS1957416, the Heater part PS11739692, or the Evaporator Motor part PS11723174. We hope this helps.

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Shah
August 28, 2019
Loud humming sound coming from freezer side. The refrigerator itself works fine. No ice build up or cooling issues. I just want the refrigerator to be quieter. Is replacing the motor going to make it quieter ?
For model number KSCS25INSS00
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Hello Shah, thank you for inquiring. Yes, it would most likely be due to a faulty Evaporator Fan Motor. This part number PS11723174 is the correct replacement for your model. Good luck with your repair!

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Charles
March 30, 2023
The freezer fan tries to turn but only turns short rotation. Starts and stops. The dampened on the refrigerator side tries to open but only opens a small amount. The result is insufficient air flow. What are the likely bad components?
For model number KSCS25INSS01
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Hi Charles, thank you for reaching out. According to our research, the evaporator fan motor, part number PS11723174, and the damper control, part number PS11739759, are malfunctioning. We hope this sorts out your problem!

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Amy
January 29, 2018
Hello, we have had a tech out to repair our refrigerator (symptom: 'overheat' lights on, alarm comes on periodically, freezer builds up with ice/frost, icemaker frozen so not working). The tech replaced the fan motor w10822580, thermistor wp2188819, heater wp2207486 & heater 2207485. The symptoms still persist, however. Tech then came out and put a 'heat shrink' in a drain. Now he says it is in the insulation?
For model number KBLC36FMS00
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Hello Amy, Thanks for your question. There is another thermistor that may cause this issue as well, part number PS11739132. The door gaskets are part numbers PS969602 (for the fridge) and part number PS969603 (for the freezer), and that may be what is being referred to as insulation. Examine it for any signs of damage, and you may want to test the thermistor for continuity with a multimeter. Replace it if it shows no continuity. I hope this helps.

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Brian
February 25, 2019
I had replaced my evaporator motor a few weeks ago thinking it was bad because i was getting voltage to it but it was not running. With the motor plugged in it would create a number of issues: The condenser fan wouldn’t run, the air damper would not adjust and the digital display controller in the refrigerator section would dim. With the evaporator motor unplugged everything aforementioned would work as it should. After research i found that this model, along with many other models, have main control boards that have issues. The part is no longer manufactured, so i did a little more research and found a company that refurbishes them. I sent the main control board out, had it repaired, plugged everything back in but the evaporator motor will still not run. I’m getting a ground going to the white wire and 12 volts dc going to both the red and yellow wires. Is there a possibility that the defective main control board “fried” the evaporator motor i had just changed? I have read that this motor is a pulse width modulating motor, which generally means voltage at one of the power wires should be oscillating. I put an oscilloscope on it, but both wires have a steady 12 volts going to it (no oscillation). Can anyone help me and tell me the proper voltages i should be getting to this motor?
For model number KSCS25INSS00
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Hello Brian, Thank you for contacting us. The proper voltage is supposed to be 12VDC between the red/yellow and the white/purple wires. It is possible that the defective board damaged the new motor. Good luck with your repair.

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Robert
October 4, 2021
The motor in my freezer compartment seems to constantly run but has intervals of stopping and restarting. Will the evaporator fan motor fix this issue?
For model number KSCS25FTMK02
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Hello Robert, Thank you for the question. It is normal for the Fan Motor to stop running when the temperature is to its set temp. The Fan motor is not meant to run full time. We hope this helps!

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