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If your fridge wonâ€™t stay cool, donâ€™t give up just yet. Replacing a worn out evaporator fan motor can restore cool air to your refrigerator. Best of all, itâ€™s an inexpensive fix that you can do yourself.
1)Unplug your refrigerator before beginning the repair
2)Wear work gloves to protect your hands
3)Following along with an online repair video is the easiest way to ensure proper DIY installation of a Motor
4)Take photos as needed to ensure proper reassembly before proceeding with replacement
5)The tools required include Screw driver and pliers etc
97012248 Range Hood Fan MotorIf your Range Hood Fan Motor is damaged, you can purchase our products, which will help you solve this problem and save you a lot of repair costs.
3000/1550 RPM 120 Volt 60 Hz 1,0/0.6 A
Replaces Part:1172615, 97005161, 97011218, 97012248A, 97012248B, 97015415, 99080363, 99080410, 99080533, AP4527731, S97005161, S97011218, S97015415, S99080363, S99080410
Repair: Will not start, not blowing properly, unusual noises
if your Range is not listed above, ask us in Customer questions