Part Location Diagram of 241509402 Frigidaire Refrigerator Evaporator Fan Motor
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Refrigerator Evaporator Fan Motor

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PartSelect Number PS1526073
Manufacturer Part Number 241509402
Manufactured by Frigidaire
Product Description

Refrigerator Evaporator Fan Motor Specifications

This evaporator fan motor circulates air over the refrigerator coils.
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Troubleshooting
This part fixes the following symptoms:
Fridge too warm | Fridge and Freezer are too warm
This part works with the following products:
Refrigerator.
This part works with the following products:
Frigidaire, Electrolux, Kenmore, Crosley.
Part# 241509402 replaces these:
AP3958808, 241509401, 7241509402
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motor falure of evaporator fan
removed fan unit from frig and installed new motor and then replaced back in frig. No tools needed. need to unplug unit and take apart and put new motor in the unit and then plug back in.
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    30 - 60 mins
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Mark
January 3, 2018
Code 5y ef pops up. Fan motor spins freely. Can motor be bad or should I be looking at something else.
For model number FGHB2844LF4
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Hi Mark, Thank you for the question. The 5Y EF error code indicates an issue with or between the fan motor and the control board. I suggest check the wiring between evaporator fan and control board. Make sure everything is plugged in securely. You can also resent the appliance but cutting power off to the appliance for 5 mins to see if the code clears. Hope this helps!

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BOB
December 29, 2017
If i replaced the evaporator fan motor on an error code of sy ef and it still isn't working what next?
For model number FGHS2361PF3
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Hello Bob, Thank you for your inquiry. Since SY EF indicates an evaporator fan circuit failure and you've already replaced the evaporator fan motor, check wiring between evaporator fan and control board. Check for 12VDC to fan between red and brown wires. Check for variant voltage (depending on high or low speed) between yellow and brown. Test the sensor. You can check these with a multimeter. If error code still exists, replace control board. Hope this helps!

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L
February 8, 2018
What does each color means of the evaporator motor fan ..it has brown, blue ,yellow an red??
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Hello L, thank you for your question. The brown wire is the ground lead. The blue wire is the Tachometer feedback circuit from the fan motor to the control board. The red wire is constant 12VDC from the control board and the yellow wire is voltage that is varied by the Main Control Board in order to change the evaporator fan speed. I hope this helps!

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Tim
October 1, 2019
I'm about to replace my evaporator fan motor because i have ruled out other components. The fan does work on both speeds but i am measuring a resistance of 1.76 kohms across the power leads (red and brown). Is this normal for this evap fan motor? Would this high resistance slow down the motor?
For model number 25370313214
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Hello Tim, Thank you for your question. Yes, that is abnormally high resistance, and it is most likely slowing down the motor. It would need to be replaced to for the fridge to be fixed. Hope this helps!

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Ron
January 9, 2019
We've had this unit in our garage ever since it was replaced under warranty 2 years ago. Its about 7 years old. It was replaced because we kept getting ice build up inside the fridge on the back wall, by the ice maker. For whatever reason they couldn't fix it, and replaced it. All good until recently, i noticed the code 5y ef on the display. I see that it has something to do with the evaporator fan motor. Everything seems to still be working fine. Although it is winter and it is outside in the garage. Still getting the ice build up inside the fridge on the back wall, which i defrost and remove periodically. No ice build up in the freezer compartment. What does the evaporator fan actually do. Do you think turning it off and clearing away ice build up help will resolve the problem.? should we be concerned? should we call a repair man?
For model number FGHB2844L
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Hi Ron, Thank you for your question. The evaporator fan motor is located in the freezer compartment behind the evaporator cover and is used to circulate the cold air throughout the refrigerator when the compressor is running. If your refrigerator has ice build up, the drain may be clogged with food particles. This would prevent water from draining and would cause ice to pool and freeze during the regular cooling cycle of the refrigerator. This issue may be caused by the temperature not being set properly. Make sure you check your owner's manual to make sure the temperature in the refrigerator is set correctly. I hope this helps. Thank you and have a great day!

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Kristen
November 1, 2017
A loud "fan type noise" was coming from inside freezer.We took out the evaporator fan and motor and the fan is spinning freely and does not appear to have any physical defects. Is it safe to assume that the motor is the culprit and needs to be replaced?
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Hi Kristen, Thank you for the question. Yes if the blades are good then the motor will need to be replaced. Hope this helps!

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Robert
July 31, 2018
I get ice build up around my evap fan. Is this coming from the ice maker or ice maker fill valve possibly. I got an error code 5y ef checked the fan and cleared the ice, reset fridge and everything is working. Problem will come back so any thoughts would help.
For model number LGHC2342LFO
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Hi Robert, Thank you for your question. If there is ice buildup in the freezer, when doors are left partially open, (even a crack), warm moisture laden air is sucked into the refrigerator and then condenses on cold surfaces, such as the evaporator, and everywhere in the freezer. This causes the internal air flow to be restricted and temperatures will rise. Also, if there is ice build-up in the freezer, the drain hole may be clogged with debris and it may need to be cleaned out. I hope this helps. Thank you and have a great day!

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Ricardo
February 8, 2019
Hi, i just replaced the evaporator motor in my refrigerator because it wasn't cooling.After i replace the old motor my fridge isn't cooling below 55* f and my freezer seems to be working fine. when i replaced the motor i notice that the evaporator coil was frozen is that normal? if not, what can be causing that? my control settings are set at 3* f freezer and 34* f fridge. what can be the cause of my fridge side not cooling below 55. thank you!
For model number FPHB2899PF2
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Hello Ricardo, Thank you for the question. I suggest testing the Temperature Sensor, PartSelect Number PS1765215. At 70 degrees the resistance should be 9.3K ohms, 90 degrees would be 7.7K ohms. at 100 degrees would be 6.2K ohms, and 120 degrees would be 4.3K ohms. If the sensor reads outside of range then it needs replaced. Thank you for your inquiry, good luck with this repair!

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Sean
October 26, 2021
Not so much a question as help to others. My Frigidaire Professional fridge (FPHB2899PF2) started giving me a warm temperature alert then displayed SY EF (or 5Y EF). Looking into all the discussion online this seemed like an easy fix by replacing the Evaporator Fan motor and calling it a day. I order the part from PartSelect, it came fast and promptly (Thank you PartSelect). I replaced the motor and even still got the message, SY EF, warm temperature warming. The culprit was low voltage coming from the main board underneath the fridge. After verifying that the Red and Brown wires from the Evaporator Fan harness in the freezer was giving me 11.67V DC and then checked the Main Board voltages for the Evaporator Fan. To check this use the red/white wire on J4B connector and the brown/white wire on J4A connector, if the voltage matched the Evaporator Fan harness, your Main Board is the issue. Basically under 12Volts DC to your Evaporator Fan you will see the SY EF error. I hope this helps at least one person from wasting their time and money on an otherwise easy fix.
For model number FPHB2899PF2
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Hello Sean, Thank you for the great information. I am sure this will be helpful for not only future customers but our team here as well. Please let us know if you have any question or need help with future repairs!

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Dean
October 14, 2019
Do u guys ship to canada?
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Hello Dean, thank you for your question. Yes, we do ship within Canada. To place an order, please feel free to contact customer service by phone or you may do so online. Thank you, and good luck with your repair!

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