Part Location Diagram of WR60X10307 GE Evaporator Fan Motor
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Replacing your General Electric Refrigerator Evaporator Fan Motor
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Evaporator Fan Motor

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PartSelect Number PS2364950
Manufacturer Part Number WR60X10307
Manufactured by GE
Product Description

Evaporator Fan Motor Specifications

Includes the wiring harness and thermistor. 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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Replacing your General Electric Refrigerator Evaporator Fan Motor

Replacing your General Electric Refrigerator Evaporator Fan Motor
Troubleshooting
This part fixes the following symptoms:
Noisy | Fridge too warm | Fridge and Freezer are too warm | Freezer section too warm
This part works with the following products:
Refrigerator.
This part works with the following products:
General Electric, Hotpoint.
Part# WR60X10307 replaces these:
AP4438809, 1550741, WR60X10224, WR60X30370
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The tempeture for both the freezer and the fridge would be all over the place
Troubleshot the tempeture sensors and the resistance was alot lower than the specs called for had to replace the evap fan being 1 of the sensors is connected to the evap fan . Start by removing all the food from the.freezer and bottom section of the fridge . Remove all the shelves and bins in freezer and shelf and drawers.on the lower section of the fridge .remove the ice bin , and the ice.machine remove the light shroud, and.bulbs, push tabs on the light sockets and pull the sockets from the housing.. and then push the sockets through the holes of housing remove all the screws from the rear wall from top to bottom upon removal of the section just under the ice.machine and behind the light socket you.will find the evap fan and it's bracket remove the 2 screws and pull straight up on the fan blade be carefully to not break its best to pull from the center of fan blade .remove the clip and thermistor that's connected to top of the evap coil. While your there remove the defrost thermostat to do this the clamp that holds it to the coil is a split clamp and you gently push on the clamp upper section and pull the lower section and it will seperate enough for you to remove the thermostat the other thermistors are in the fridge section 2 are on the divider wall behind the plastic oval plastic.housings one just above the the middle.of fridge the other is.lower section. And finally 1 more is at the very bottom of fridge last drawer on right hand side to.remove this you need to remove the light cover. Remove the plastic half round plastic deflector and the foam behind it remove the water reservoir screws and open the freezer at the bottom center wall at the back is a round plastic damper cover with a Phillip screw remove that ,on fridge side remove the 4 screws that hold the lower damper housing to the bottom of fridge gently and slowly work your way around the center seam and aeperate the upper cover of damper housing and expose the thermistor and replace. Note on all the thermistors just cut off enough to splice in replacement I personally used water tight heat shrink soldered type butts work great
Other Parts Used:
Dispenser Door Solenoid Assembly Defrost Thermostat Temperature Sensor
  • Joseph from CANOGA PARK, CA
  • Difficulty Level:
    Easy
  • Total Repair Time:
    30 - 60 mins
  • Tools:
    Nutdriver, Screw drivers
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Fan not working
Take off all , then install.. following the version..
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  • JIAN from Brooklyn, NY
  • Difficulty Level:
    Really Easy
  • Total Repair Time:
    30 - 60 mins
  • Tools:
    Socket set
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Eric
September 5, 2017
How do you or can one check the evaporator fan motor to make sure this is the part needed for the repair?
For model number GSHF5KGXCCBB
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Hi Eric, Thank you for your inquiry. Well you would first have to look at it visually. Sometimes ice and frost can build up around the fan blade making it so the blade cannot turn. Check for any signs of breakage. You can test your evaporator fan motor with a multi meter. Unplug your appliance. Set your meter to the lowest setting and touch each probe to the end of the evaporator prongs. If the meter reads 0, then your motor is bad. I hope that helps. Good luck!

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Herman
February 17, 2018
The fan motor # wr60x10307, does it push air to refrigerator or does it suck air from the refrigerator?? problem is the freezer is fine but the refrigerator section is freezing at the bottom two draws and 55 degrees at the top shelf with control set at 39 degrees. no air coming out top vent of fridge only air being sucked in at 40 degrees. same with the top vents on the freezer. air blowing out bottom vents of freezer
For model number GSE26GSEDCSS
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Hello Herman, Thank you for your inquiry. It circulates the air over the evaporator coils and converts the heat coming off them into cold air-which then circulates through the freezer. Then the damper control assembly opens and closes to let the proper amount of cold air into the refrigerator compartment. I would recommend checking the temperature sensor and the damper control assembly first with a multimeter to see if they have continuity. Hope this helps!

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Eleni
May 7, 2018
Evaporator fan motor # wr60x10307 fits to the above model ?
For model number GE : GIG21IESBFBB
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Hello Eleni, thank you for your question. The evaporator fan motor for your model is actually part number Evaporator Fan Motor Part number WR60X10185. Please enter the part number into the site for current price and availability. Good luck with your repair!

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Alvin
June 3, 2019
Recommended temperature on the freezer is zero and the fridge is 34 the temperatures are 6 and 45. Fan was making noise. Remove the panels the fan is hitting the plastic cover on the backside and the blades on the fan all wore down on the end. So is there something wrong with the fan and the motor or is the heating element not working causing the coils to freeze up and possibly ice on the shaft is pushing the fan blade up into the fan cover
For model number ge fridge gshf5kgxgcww
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Hi Alvin, thank you for your question. When you are having temperature problems in your fridge, there are a few parts that could cause the issue. You can use a multi meter to test most of the parts. Make sure you cut power to your appliance before doing any repairs or tests. First you should test your defrost thermostat. Place the thermostat in ice cold water for 2-3 minutes after removing it from your appliance. It should be reading 0 ohms to be working correctly. Another part to check would be your defrost heater. Remove it from the appliance. It should be reading anywhere between 0 - 50 ohms to be working. You could check your temperature sensor. To find the correct reading for this part you will have to refer to your tech sheet that comes with your appliance. You can usually find this tech sheet behind the bottom grille of your fridge on either the right or left side. These are the most common parts that cause this issue in your appliance. So it is suggested you check them first. I hope that helps. Good luck with your repair.

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Timothee
December 5, 2018
Whats the rated voltage for the evap fan? I want to bypass the board.
For model number lshs6lgzbcss
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Hello Timothee, Thank you for the question. the fan is 9.7V but the board controls more then the fan so bypassing it may cause the appliance not to operate. Thank you for your inquiry, good luck with this repair!

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Luis
February 6, 2019
How can i check whether or not the evaporator blower motor is functioning correctly or not?
For model number GSHS5KGXGCSS
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Hello Luis, Thank you for your great question! You can test the parts with a multimeter. If you are unfamiliar with how a multimeter functions, we have videos available to assist you. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bWC44fHn0As Good luck with your repair!

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Jame
October 21, 2019
What’s the return policy on the evaporator fan motor?
For model number GSHF5PGXAESS
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Hello Jame and thanks for writing. For your peace of mind, we offer a 30-day return period. You can complete your return by contacting us at 1-888-738-4871 or CustomerService@PartSelect.com. Parts must be in resaleable condition to qualify: “Resaleable” means that the part must not have incurred damage, such as signs of installation by the customer, marks, or scuffing. Part must also be in its original packaging to be considered resaleable. Please inspect part before removing from its packaging, as this can cause return to be rejected. Electrical parts are subject to additional scrutiny. Rejected returns cannot be shipped back to customers. Returning Parts to PartSelect: Please have your model number and serial number ready when contacting our customer service to begin the return process. After contacting us, you will receive an email with return shipping details (remember to check your junk mail). Returns must be received within 30 days of the date the items were originally shipped. Customers are responsible for the cost of return shipping. If the return is a result of our error, or the part was lost in shipping, contact us within 10 business days to arrange a refund. In this case, we will refund the original cost of shipping after your return has been processed, and provide you with a pre-paid shipping label if we would like the part returned to us. Additional information such as photos of the part may be required to complete a return of this nature. Receiving Your Refund: Please allow 7-10 business days after your return has been successfully processed for your refund to appear. If your refund is taking longer than expected, or you would like to check its status, please contact our customer service desk for an update on your return. We hope this helps. Please contact us anytime.

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Fred
June 28, 2022
The evaporator fan motor is intermittently very noisy. It seems like the slotted cover is too close because if I pull on the cover by putting my fingers partway through the slots, I can minimize or stop the noise.
For model number GSE26HMEBHES
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Hello Fred, thank you for your question. There may be a part worn or missing. We have the Fresh Food Evaporator/Condenser Fan Grommet PS284555. If your grommet is torn or damaged and you are getting noise from the fan motor, you may need to replace it. There is also a Grommet for the Freezer Evaporator Fan PS963756. We have a video for you to access. 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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Beau Leblanc
May 14, 2019
Hello. My evaporator fan motor is going out. It has immediately gotten very loud. Before i order an new motor, i wanted to confirm the model # GE gsf25kgw/gsf25kgw Please advise so i can make an immediate order
For model number ge gsf25kgw/gsf25kgw
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Hello Beau, thank you for inquiring. This is the correct replacement for your model.

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