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WR60X10074 GE Refrigerator Evaporator Fan Motor Replacement

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SKU: APNWR60X10074    
Condition: New
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Replacement evaporator fan motor used on some GE, Hotpoint and RCA refrigerator models.

Directly Replaces: WR60X10074, AP3191003, 197D4492G001, 914169, AH304658, EA304658, PS304658.

Specifications:

  • Approx. 3"L x 2.5"W.
  • Thermistor and harness are included.
  • Replaces motors that have a thermistor wired into the connecting harness.
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Compatible Models:

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WR60X10074 GE Refrigerator Evaporator Fan Motor Replacement
Repair Skill Level:

2 Screwdrivers

Failure Symptoms: Poor cooling in both sections, but especially in the refrigerator section.

How to test: Measure voltage at the fan motor wire terminals using a multimeter. If voltage is present, the motor is faulty.
Often times, the fan blade may be manually turned and it may continue slowly or start turning by itself. That is an accurate way to test without the use of a meter.

Repair Tip: Lubricating the motor almost never helps long term, the motor should be replaced. When installing the fan blade, make sure it is not pushed onto the motor shaft too far as it may bind and not turn smoothly.

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