|Item Weight||6.4 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||4.7 x 4.1 x 3.8 inches|
|Item model number||WR60X10185|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
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GE WR60X10185 Refrigerator/Freezer DC Evaporator Fan Motor
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Fan arrived quickly. I tore apart the fridge, only to find I had bought the right fan after all, and no splicing would be needed. I was very happy about no extra work needed. I Installed the evap fan in about 20-30 min. It turned my loudly buzzing fridge back into the quiet machine it once was. I'm very happy.
This part was an exact drop-in replacement for the old motor in my GE refrigerator (same Panasonic part number).
I did have to remove a molded on silicone rubber mounting piece on the old motor's wiring harness (this is seen in some photos of this motor out on the web) so I could mount it on the new motor. If you want to do this (optional, OCD engineer step), slice the rubber carefully lengthwise along the direction that the wiring runs so that you can free it from the over-molded part. Once you have the old wiring harness free, you can slip the rubber mount onto the new motor's wiring harness in such a way that the new wires run where the old wires were placed.
While you have the fridge opened up for service, you should go ahead a check the controller board for damage (specifically the power resistors). Check the web and youtube for how-to videos that show how to measure voltage on the control board to see if it is damaged as well (Amazon sells these boards as well). I didn't need them, but I bet there are videos that walk you through the replacement process for the motor itself.
Now my fridge works great again! Spoiled milk? A thing of the past!
I gave this motor only 4 stars because although Amazon went above and beyond getting me the new motor by Monday afternoon when ordered Saturday afternoon, the old motor should not have failed in the way that it did (dead coil in the brushless DC motor drive as well as a horrid grinding noise from the rotor for months before the motor finally died).Read more ›
Troubleshooting guide "GE Refrigerator Fan Motor Diagnostics":
It works, I am happy and the repairman is unhappy so I am even more happy. Plus my wife thinks I am this electronics genius. Ha!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Replaced the fan motor along with temperature sensor. Fridge working perfectly. Initial problem was that ice was building up on the back of the freezer and it stopped cooling one... Read morePublished 3 days ago by Mark Twain
I ordered from Amazon, it came in a GE box. I wish the 4 motor wires weren't already inserted into the 6 pin plug, I had to cut the plug off the new motor and throw it away, and... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Robert Quinn
Have had issues with the motor and fan noise being higher than OEM fan. After taking the refrigerator apart two times to investigate and try to correct the excessive noise, I... Read morePublished 4 months ago by Gordon
Should be a good product but I can not review adequately as it never a rrived.Published 5 months ago by Amazon Customer