Part Location Diagram of WR60X30922 GE EVAPORATOR FAN BLADE
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EVAPORATOR FAN BLADE WR60X30922

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PartSelect Number PS12730613
Manufacturer Part Number WR60X30922
Manufactured by GE
Product Description

EVAPORATOR FAN BLADE Specifications

This evaporator fan blade is for your refrigerator, and it circulates air so that the temperature of the fridge is regulated. This model has 3 blades, and is a little more than 4 inches in diameter. It is made of white plastic and is sold individually. If your refrigerator is noisy and you hear a clicking sound, it is a good indication that the evaporator fan blade is warped or damaged. If the fridge or freezer sections become too warm, the fan could be to blame as well.
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Troubleshooting
This part fixes the following symptoms:
Noisy | Freezer section too warm | Clicking sound | Fridge too warm
This part works with the following products:
Refrigerator, Freezer.
This part works with the following products:
General Electric, Hotpoint.
Part# WR60X30922 replaces these:
AP6973130, WR60X10075, WR60X10208
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INTERMITENT LOUD NOISE FROM EVAPORATOR FAN IN FREEZER
The repair did not go exactly the way it was described in the YouTube video, but basically it was similar. After unplugging the power cord, emptying the freezer, removing the shelves and the ice reservoir, I removed the ice maker assembly by unscrewing a Philips head screw and unplugging the power connector. The connector had little retaining tabs on each side that I pried open with a straight blade screwdriver. Then the ice maker lifted right out. Next I removed one screw holding the auger motor assembly, unplugged the power connector, and lifted out the assembly. This where things got difficult. After flailing around a bit, I removed the panel on the back wall of the freezer below the evaporator fan assembly, exposing the evaporator coil. I saw that the fan assembly was attached with two screws at the top and two screws at the bottom. The top screws were easily removed, but when I removed the bottom screws, which were situated in very tight quarters, I DROPPED BOTH SCREWS DOWN BEHIND THE EVAPORATOR COIL. Be prepared with a magnetic nutdriver so this doesn't happen to you. I could not retrieve the lost screws, but fortunately it appears that the top screws hold the assembly securely enough. The assembly was loose, but it was still attached by a power cord that I could not disconnect. I removed the tracks on the side walls for the ice bucket, and then I could maneuver the fan motor assembly just enough that I could reach over the top of it, grab and pull off the old fan blade, and slide the new fan blade onto the shaft. Reassembly was straightforward, replacing each part (except two lost screws) in reverse order to disassembly. After getting everything put back in and plugging in the power cord, I was amazed at how quiet it ran.
  • Bert from SAN JOSE, CA
  • Difficulty Level:
    A Bit Difficult
  • Total Repair Time:
    30 - 60 mins
  • Tools:
    Nutdriver, Screw drivers
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Ice built up around evaporator fan blades and blades chipped and broke. Refrigerator was making loud vibrating noises.
Removed ice bucket, and unplugged ice maker. Removed light cover. Removed ice maker. Pulled fan blades straight up and removed. Pushed new blades on to motor shaft. Fairly easy .
  • David from KNOXVILLE, TN
  • Difficulty Level:
    Really Easy
  • Total Repair Time:
    15 - 30 mins
  • Tools:
    Nutdriver
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Evaporator motor was not operating properly
Removed the parts and replaced them with the parts you sent me. Now it operates normally.
Other Parts Used:
EVAPORATOR FAN BLADE Compression Ring Evaporator Fan Grommet - Grey Lid Bumper
  • Michael from LILBURN, GA
  • Difficulty Level:
    Easy
  • Total Repair Time:
    15 - 30 mins
  • Tools:
    Screw drivers, Socket set
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Fresh food compartment of refridgerator not cooling. Water dispenser freezing
I am going to start by talking about the problems. I woke up one beautiful morning around 4 am and grabbed my breakfast and coffee. I was not happy and realized there was a problem when the milk was almost as warm as the coffee. I was confused because I could hear the compressor running and the freezer was cold. On line directed me the right direction but I did not want to believe it. I did eventually confirm the evaporator coils in the freezer were frozen over because the heater was evap coil defrost heater was burnt out (multi-meter). I never realized a refridgerator had a heater, weird. The water dispenser in the freezer door had been freezing up for the past year. I could never find a real problem or solution to fix it. I did not find anything relating the evaporator coils freezing over causing the water line to freeze but thinking about the problem it made sense. The freezer was much cooler than it needed to be to cool the fresh food side. The temp control ensures the freezer is at least a certain temp, it did not limit how cold it would get. The hardest part of the repair was waiting for the part. I installation and reassembly of the freezer was easy. I replaced the cooling fan because the old one looked a little chewed up on the sides. It was not recommended or required. After the repair I was able to feel good airflow in the upper freezer and in the fresh food compartment. I think the fix will effect the temperature, the water line and also should help me get more ice from the ice maker (the freezer ducting feeds cold air to the ice maker area). Good luck.
Other Parts Used:
EVAPORATOR FAN BLADE Defrost Heater and Bracket Assembly
  • Daniel from MARANA, AZ
  • Difficulty Level:
    Easy
  • Total Repair Time:
    30 - 60 mins
  • Tools:
    Nutdriver, Screw drivers
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High pitch noise
My GE refrigerator emitted high pitch noise a short while ago. I tried different dampening methods that helped but not eliminating the problem. I finally replaced the fan, motor, and associated parts and solved the problem. The total cost was about $50.
Other Parts Used:
EVAPORATOR FAN BLADE Compression Ring Evaporator Fan Grommet - Grey Dust Cap
  • Bert from Audubon, PA
  • Difficulty Level:
    Easy
  • Total Repair Time:
    30 - 60 mins
  • Tools:
    Nutdriver
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Broke the fan blade when replacing the Evaporator motor
Took cover off, pushed blade on, and replaced cover
  • Rose from Dorr, MI
  • Difficulty Level:
    Really Easy
  • Total Repair Time:
    Less than 15 mins
  • Tools:
    Nutdriver
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I Placed A Heat Gun In The Freezer Section To Defrost The Coils And Did Not Return In Time. The Heat From The Heat Gun Rose Upward And Melted All Of The Soft Plastic Parts. The Good News Was That The 16 Parts Were Not Expensive But The One Main Part That Was Needed To Put It All Back Together Took 3
I replaced all of the plastic parts as well as the heat coil that is mounted at the bottom of the coils that keeps the coils from freezing up. If I had not melted the plastic parts the coil could have been replaced in 2 days, 1 day to receive the part and the next to do the work. This is the second time I have had to replace this heater.
Other Parts Used:
Defrost Heater Harness Kit EVAPORATOR FAN BLADE Defrost Thermostat Compression Ring DUCT AIR FZ GASKET DUCT FZ GASKET DUCT FZ ORIFICE EVAP FAN Temperature Sensor Water Tube Fastener DUCT AIR SHIELD LIGHT FZ GASKET FOAM CAP CORNER OC BLACK Light Socket & Terminal Lid Bumper
  • Guy from New Palestine, IN
  • Difficulty Level:
    Really Easy
  • Total Repair Time:
    30 - 60 mins
  • Tools:
    Nutdriver
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Refrigerator fan was very noisy and we started to notice frost on our food in the freezer.
I should state first that I am a DIYer and have no experience fixing appliances. The fan noise seems to be a common problem. It has something to do with the bearings. Mine was actually hitting the housing in front on the fan as well. Getting into the installation, I knew I had to take the back panel and fan housing off. But I found out that everything needs to come off. This is the ice maker, the housing underneath the ice maker as well as the fan housing and back panel. This isn't difficult but good to know before hand. A quick note, the light bulb housings come out by pulling them forward. It's a good idea to label the screws as you take them out as there are quite a few that need to come out. I replaced the evaporator fan the fan blade and one grommet. In hind sight I should have replaced both grommets as they both showed wear. They are both exactly the same so you can order two of the above. All in all this is a pretty easy fix. It takes a bit of time, but it's not to difficult. Th most difficult thing was the wiring. The fan comes with a six prong connector and has four prongs taken up. There is, what I think is a temperature sensor, that takes up the other two prongs. Since I didn't order that part, I had to cut it out of the old connector and insert it into the new evaporator fan connector. This was a bit difficult and would have been much easier if I had ordered the part. Unfortunately, I don't know what that part is called, but it must be some kind of temperature sensor as it clips on the coil. The wires also run through a blue rubber wire-run that needs to be sliced open. This was pretty easy to do with a small serrated pocket knife. SLice it on the back side of it and pull the old wires out. When you are ready to install, just run the new wires through the hole from the old wires. Once you have replaced the fan the new blade and the two new grommets, it's just a matter of replacing all the equipment. Fan housing first, then the upper housing followed by the ice maker and the back panel. Good luck
Other Parts Used:
EVAPORATOR FAN BLADE Evaporator Fan Motor Evaporator Fan Grommet - Red
  • Jon from Fenton, MO
  • Difficulty Level:
    A Bit Difficult
  • Total Repair Time:
    More than 2 hours
  • Tools:
    Nutdriver, Socket set
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High Pitch Noise from the Evaporartor Fan
Firt Removed the Ice Maker Tray and the full ice maker assembly. Removed the plastic shroud that sits over the fan assembly. Since the original connector (or the plug)for the motor had also a temperature sensor attached to it and did not know how to remove and trabsfer to the new motor connector I spliced the new motor to the old connector. It was fairly straight forward. Overall the job was not that difficult and since I was trying to be more meticulous it took a little longer. An average person can do it in around 30 to 45 minutes.
Other Parts Used:
EVAPORATOR FAN BLADE Evaporator Fan Motor Compression Ring Evaporator Fan Grommet - Red Lid Bumper
  • Murtaza from E. Amhurst, NY
  • Difficulty Level:
    A Bit Difficult
  • Total Repair Time:
    30 - 60 mins
  • Tools:
    Nutdriver, Pliers, Screw drivers, Socket set
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Evap Fan was sqeeling
First I removed the shelf and light cover, then removed 3 screws from the ice make. Then I removed 6 screws from the moter cover (back wall of the freezer) and removed it. I then removed the 2 screw holding the moter. This is where the soldering iron comes in. The wire leads from the old motor were molded into a 3" rubber holder and the end wire plastic connector held 6 prongs (2 from a thermo tube). The new motor only held the 4 moter prongs, 2 were empty. To resolve this problem I cut the wires on both the new and old motor. I then attached the old connector to the new moter with the soldering iron and shrink tubing. Replaced all the parts I had removed and started it up. Works like a champ.....
Other Parts Used:
EVAPORATOR FAN BLADE Evaporator Fan Motor Compression Ring Evaporator Fan Grommet - Grey Lid Bumper Dust Cap
  • David from Raleigh, NC
  • Difficulty Level:
    Difficult
  • Total Repair Time:
    1- 2 hours
  • Tools:
    Nutdriver
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Robert
June 28, 2022
How to remove Green keeper ring from blue to remove from shaft to install new blade
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Hello Robert, Thank you for your inquiry. We have included a link to our installation video on how to remove the evaporator fan grommet from the motor shaft in the freezer motor. We hope this helps and if you need help placing an order, customer service is open 7 days a week. Please feel free to give us a call. We look forward to hearing from you!

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Chad
December 20, 2022
I have a small Squeak that last about 3 seconds after it sounds like the compressor shuts down . What do I need?
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Hello Chad, thank you for contacting us. We would recommend checking the fans and making sure both fans are working. If the fans are good, the issue is most probably related to the overload PTCR, part number PS12727172, and the run capacitor, part number PS11764031. Customer service is available 7 days a week if you require assistance placing an order. Thanks again for reaching out!

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Ronald
March 30, 2023
The evaporator fan is loose on the motor shaft. When I replace the fan how far do I need to push the fan onto the shaft? Now it slides all the way down.
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Hello Ronald, thank you for contacting us. Based on our research, you need to push the fan until it fixes on the shaft. After fixing it, check it by moving it with the hand and checking whether it is moving properly or not. We hope this solves your problem!

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Mary
May 23, 2023
Ice is slowly forming in the bottom of the freezer. After a period of time, water leaked on floor. I'm assuming it has to do with the automatic defrost, as the refrigerator and freezer, including the water dispenser and the icemaker seem to be all functioning fine. We manually defrosted the unit and now several days later, ice is gradually forming in the bottom of freezer again. What parts do you suggest are needed?
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Hi Mary, thank you for contacting us. Considering the symptoms you mentioned, the issue seems to be with the defrost heater, part number PS2374788. The defrost heater assembly turns on several times throughout the day to melt away any frost that may have accumulated on the evaporator coils. If the defrost heater assembly is defective, the defrost system might not work, and frost may continue to accumulate on the evaporator coils. Checking the defrost heater for continuity using a multimeter might help. Good luck with the repair!

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Bo
September 9, 2023
What evaporator fan blade works with my replacement WR60x10074 evaporator motor?
For model number GE GSC23LSRCSS
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Hello Bo, thank you for reaching out. This evaporator fan blade, part number PS12730613, is compatible with your model. Glad to be of assistance!

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