Part Location Diagram of WR60X10220 GE Condenser Fan Motor
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Replacing your General Electric Refrigerator Condenser Fan Motor
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Condenser Fan Motor

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PartSelect Number PS1766247
Manufacturer Part Number WR60X10220
Manufactured by GE
Product Description

Condenser Fan Motor Specifications

This fan motor is most times used with frost-free refrigerators with a condenser coil. When the compressor runs, so does this fan, circulating air through the refrigerator grille, cooling the compressor and condenser coils. This fan motor also helps to evaporate excess water in the drain pan.
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Replacing your General Electric Refrigerator Condenser Fan Motor

Replacing your General Electric Refrigerator Condenser Fan Motor
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.
This part works with the following products:
General Electric, Hotpoint.
Part# WR60X10220 replaces these:
AP4298602, 1257132, WR60X10220, WR60X10133, WR60X10171, WR60X10192
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My refrigerator began to overheat and the everything was thawing!!
My refrigerator began to overheat and the everything was thawing!! The condenser fan motor had seized and I thought this is something even I can replace.

I did a Google search on the refrigerator model number. The link to your site looked promising and I clicked on it. I was taken to your web page for my refrigerator and I clicked on the schematic for the condenser assembly.

The schematic had the parts I needed labeled clearly so this layman could be sure to get the right ones.

I ordered the parts at 12:45PM Monday and selected overnight shipping. The parts arrived at 8:35AM Tuesday (Thank you FedEx). I installed the parts and my refrigerator is up and running again.

To get to the condenser fan motor I took off the back panel on the fridge that covers the condenser, fan and coil. The fan/motor assembly is attached to a bracket I removed with two screws. Pulled the bracket assembly out of the back of the fridge, removed the fan blade and then the motor, and put the new motor on the bracket and stuck the new fan blade on the motor spindle. The trickiest part was getting the complete assembly back in. Just went slowly and took my time. Reconnected the wires, no problems. I took pictures of everything that I disassembled BEFORE I disassembled it in case I wasn't sure how something went back in but this job was so simple I didn't need the pictures.

I’m not sure how I could improve on this except maybe you could ship a refrigerator technician, too, to do the install.

Thank you PartSelect everything worked out better than I could have hoped and I saved $220.00 compared to what a repair service was quoting.
Other Parts Used:
Condenser Fans Blade Assembly Compression Ring
  • Jeffrey from Tampa, FL
  • Difficulty Level:
    Really Easy
  • Total Repair Time:
    15 - 30 mins
  • Tools:
    Nutdriver, Screw drivers
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Fan To Cool Condenser Not Working
1. Unplugged the refrigerator 2. Vacuum inside of dust 3. Unscrewed motor and fan 4. Replaced motor then fan 5. Plugged refrigerator bingo! :)
Other Parts Used:
Condenser Fans Blade Assembly
  • Wilbert from Fort Lauderdale, FL
  • Difficulty Level:
    A Bit Difficult
  • Total Repair Time:
    1- 2 hours
  • Tools:
    Screw drivers
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my condensor fan made squeeking noise
took one screw that held the whole fan housing on, its a tight fit to try and pull it out cause of the copper lines in the back so I just turned it enough to where I could get to the 2 screws on the fan bracket, took the old fan and the rubber grommets out and replaced them! Put everything back together and works like new! Nice and quite! Plus I saved about $200-300 if a tech. would have came and fixed it!

A. Gustafson
Colorado
Other Parts Used:
Evaporator/Condensor Fan Grommet
  • Andrew from Johnstown, CO
  • Difficulty Level:
    Easy
  • Total Repair Time:
    15 - 30 mins
  • Tools:
    Nutdriver, Screw drivers
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Condenser Fan Motor stopped turning
1. Unplugged the fridge. 2. unplugged the fan connection and removed the wire holding clip. 3. removed the 2 screws holding the motor bracket in place and removed the bracket. 4. Pulled gently back on the motor so that the fan pressed against the front bracket until the fan slid off the motor shaft. 5. Pulled the rubber motor mounts off of the old motor and placed on the new motor. 6. Slide the new motor in place pressed the fan all the way onto the shaft. 7. Placed the rear motor bracket in place and started the screws by hand making sure the ground wire was attached to the furthest away screw. 8. tightened the screws down. 9. Pushed in the wire holding clip into the clip hole. 10. Plugged back in the fan. 11. Plugged back in the fridge. 12. Turned down the temp on the fridge to kick on the compressor and checked to assure the fan was operating and then set the temp back to normal. 13. Vacuumed the condenser coils to get them all clean and ready for more years of service!
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  • Arthur from Alamosa, CO
  • Difficulty Level:
    Really Easy
  • Total Repair Time:
    Less than 15 mins
  • Tools:
    Socket set
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The hard part was cleaning the dust around the coil and fan area. Its plug and play right after that. Two nuts on the fan housing and a wire harness snaps on and off. Bam! 1,2,3 Up and running. . Like new. . . Thank you ps
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  • Robert from Cutler Bay, FL
  • Difficulty Level:
    Really Easy
  • Total Repair Time:
    15 - 30 mins
  • Tools:
    Nutdriver, Screw drivers, Wrench (Adjustable)
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bad condenser fan motor, noisy
used prior reviews, was good, I was not sure how to remove fan blade. It just pulls off.
space is tight but every thing went ok.
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  • Jerold from Rocklin, CA
  • Difficulty Level:
    Easy
  • Total Repair Time:
    15 - 30 mins
  • Tools:
    Pliers, Socket set
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Ref was not freezing correctly
took back cover off. swept the rear with a vacuum cleaner to get rid of dust.found that the fan would not turn. ordered part with your really great ordering technique. Part was suppose to be here in 3-5 days and was here the next day!!!.Removed 2 bolts pulled out the plastic clip that held the wire on. and worked the fan blade off shaft. removed and replaced in the same order as taking simple Thanks
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  • Desiree from Greensburg, PA
  • Difficulty Level:
    Easy
  • Total Repair Time:
    15 - 30 mins
  • Tools:
    Screw drivers, Socket set
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Noise from Condensor Fan and Fan Motor.
I watched the video provided by PartSelect twice, then proceeded with the removal and installation. It took me 40 minutes from start to finish. Piece of Cake. Everything works fine now.
Other Parts Used:
Condenser Fans Blade Assembly Evaporator/Condensor Fan Grommet
  • Kevin from BENSALEM, PA
  • Difficulty Level:
    Really Easy
  • Total Repair Time:
    30 - 60 mins
  • Tools:
    Socket set
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the refrigerator did warm up arround the doors until the freezer side stops work.
After I have checked oline , I ordered the parts wich Igot a day early and fix it , it took me about 15 minutes and I saved at 250.00 dollars . Thanks for all the help.

J Serpa ,Ma.
Other Parts Used:
Condenser Fans Blade Assembly
  • JANUIR from Woburn, MA
  • Difficulty Level:
    Really Easy
  • Total Repair Time:
    Less than 15 mins
  • Tools:
    Socket set
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We noticed the wall between the doors was quite hot. It is a side door refrigerator. Thank God we weren't gone on vacation, this could have caused our home to catch on fire!
Husband did the installation. Said it was easy and he had no problems with the repair. He's great at various do it yourself repairs.
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  • Connie from COALWOOD, WV
  • Difficulty Level:
    Easy
  • Total Repair Time:
    15 - 30 mins
  • Tools:
    Screw drivers, Socket set
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Wendell
September 8, 2017
How many volts is on the condenser fan
For model number GSS22WGPHBB
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Hi Wendell, Thank you for the question. This motor is 115V. Good luck with the repair!

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Deborah
December 1, 2017
My Hotpoint is making a screeching noise like a eirrie scrapping on and off when it begins running. What would cause this
For model number HTS22GBPBRWW
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Hi Deborah, Thank you for the question. It would depend on the area of the appliance the noise is coming from. If it is coming from the back of the freezer it would be the Evaporator Fan Motor, PartSelect Number PS1766252. If it is coming from the bottom of the appliance, it would be the Condenser Fan Motor, PartSelect Number PS1766247. I suggest listening for the noise to see what section it is coming from. You can also try cleaning and checking the fan blades on the motors to ensure they are operating properly as well. Hope this helps!

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Fernando
October 22, 2019
In between doors and left outside freezer gets hot. Changed condenser fan, cleaned out all dirt inside and out side condenser. Still hot after i plugged it for 8 hrs. What is the next step, evaporator fan or temp sensors in the freezer part? Thanks in advance.
For model number HSM25GFTISA
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Hello Fernando and thanks for writing. You should check the following components: Temperature sensor #PS304103 and after that the electronic board # PS12069099. We hope this helps. Please contact us anytime.

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Charlie
July 5, 2021
Should the condenser cooling fan stay on all the time? My unit will run really cold for a while, well below what I set it at. Then it will start getting warmer and warmer to where it’s not functioning right. I’ve checked three of the thermistors, the condenser fan and the other fan and all our operational. The evaporator fan is new and came with a thermistor.
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Hello Charlie, Thank you for the question. The Condenser Fan will run while the Compressor is running to keep it cool and air flow over the coils. We suggest testing the Temperature Sensor. If the Sensor is good, you may have to replace the Interface Control Board, PartSelect Number PS966899. We hope this helps!

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Susan
April 9, 2023
I see 2 different Condenser Motors. One is AC DC and one looks to be just DC. Which one do I need for my model number?
For model number gth18ebt2rww
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Hello Susan, thank you for writing. There are two different motors in all models. The Condenser Motor PS11701278 is located down where the compressor is located. The Evaporator Motor PS12741350 is located at the top of the freezer. We look forward to hearing from you.

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Richard Yocabet
January 16, 2018
The fan is frooze up the unit will not start is there a safety system in place to prevent the unit from starting if the fan dose not work.Or should i look for more problems? Thank you
For model number HSM25GFRFSA
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Hello Richard, Thank you for your inquiry. No the fridge should keep working if the condenser fan is frozen. However, if it is not working, it can lead to other issues. If your fridge will not start, we would recommend checking the following parts to fix your issue: run capacitor, start relay/overload, defrost thermostat, defrost heater, temperature sensor, evaporator fan motor and the electronic control board. You can test the parts with a multimeter. If you are unfamiliar with how a multimeter functions, there are YouTube videos available to assist you. Hope this helps!

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Edna
May 1, 2018
Which condenser fan motor, grommet and blade fan assembly fit and will work properly with my GE refrigerator model gsz25wgaww. Please let me know the parts reference numbers.
For model number GSZ25WGAWW
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Hello Edna, thank you for your question. The DC Condenser Fan Motor - 12V is PartSelect Number: PS1483567 the Fan Motor Grommet is PartSelect Number: PS284959 (qty2) and BLADE CONF FAN ASM Part Number: PS11726966. Please enter the part number into the site for current price and availability. Good luck with your repair!

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Edna
April 29, 2018
Does this part belong in and work in the GE fridge above-mentioned model?
For model number GSS25WGSAWW
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Hello Edna, Thanks for your question. No, the condenser fan motor for your model is part number PS1483567. I hope this helps.

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Edna
May 1, 2018
Which condenser fan motor, grommet and blade fan assembly fit and will work properly with my GE refrigerator model gsz25wgsww. Please let me know the parts reference numbers.
For model number GSSZ25WGSWW
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Hi Edna, Thank you for your question. The part numbers listed under your model number for the condenser fan motor, the grommet and the blade are, in order, PS1483567, PS773826 and PS11726966. I hope this helps. Thank you and have a great day!

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Ray
June 20, 2023
Installed a new water inlet valve today. No water from dispenser. No ice cubes. Water flow good.
For model number GLR25UGTA
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Hi Ray, thank you for contacting us. If there is no water or ice coming out of the dispenser even when the water flow is good, the most probable cause of this issue is a faulty dispenser door solenoid assembly, part number PS1483583, which may need to be replaced. Let us know if you have further questions!

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