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GE WR60X10185 Refrigerator/Freezer DC Evaporator Fan Motor

by GE
4.4 out of 5 stars 94 customer reviews
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  • Located in freezer
  • Sturdy 4 wire harness
  • Works with many GE, Hotpoint, and other refrigerators
  • Fan motor is a 9.75 volt, DC motor
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Product Description

Product Description

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.

From the Manufacturer

General Electric WR60X10185 Refrigerator Evaporator Fan Motor Assembly is common in GE, Hotpoint and Kenmore brands. Replaces part numbers WR23X10346, WR23X10350, WR23X10353, WR23X10355, WR23X10404, WR23X10406, WR60X10068, WR60X10084, WR60X10149, WR60X10152, WR60X10154 and WR60X10157.

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Technical Details

Part Number WR60X10185
Item Weight 6.4 ounces
Product Dimensions 4.7 x 4.1 x 3.8 inches
Item model number WR60X10185
Color Silver
Item Package Quantity 1
Batteries Included? No
Batteries Required? No

Additional Information

ASIN B003BIGDKO
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4.4 out of 5 stars 94 customer reviews

4.4 out of 5 stars
Best Sellers Rank #12,556 in Home Improvements (See top 100)
#518 in Home Improvement > Appliances > Large Appliance Accessories > Refrigerator Parts & Accessories
Shipping Weight 6.4 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
Domestic Shipping Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S. and to APO/FPO addresses. For APO/FPO shipments, please check with the manufacturer regarding warranty and support issues.
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Date First Available August 2, 2008

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I installed this on a HotPoint side-by-side refrigerator, model #HSS25IFMB WW. All the manuals I looked at online showed that I needed part number WR60X10074 instead of this one. I figured I'd save myself some money and just splice the thermistor into the harness, plus it had the free 2-day Prime shipping option.

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.
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Milk spoiling? Fridge runs and runs and is cold in the back of the freezer, but no air blows when you open it up? You can fix your fridge! Rather than throw out that >$1000 fridge, buy a simple to install replacement part!

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).
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I had a GE electronic refrigerator with motherboard in the back of the unit that wasn't cooling the refrigerator section sufficiently. The freezer section was still keeping items frozen. Freezer was on top on this unit. I used the following troubleshooting guide to diagnose the evaporator fan motor as the problem then ordered the replacement from Amazon. The fan replacement is relatively easy and prolongs the life of this expensive refrigerator without the cost of an appliance repairman visit. I had replaced the motherboard within the last couple of years so I was glad to see that it was just the fan this time around. You Tube has lots of videos that show you how to replace the fan on most refrigerator types.

Troubleshooting guide "GE Refrigerator Fan Motor Diagnostics":
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I bought this because mine was making a whining noise. After installing it, it was quieter but still at low speeds whines a little. Gave it a 3 star because it did not totally fix the issue. If you do this your self you will need a pin pusher tool to remove one of the pins from the original plug from the defrost thermister. I got in the repair not prepared and ended up having to solder wires together.
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Requires splicing into existing harness to maintain proper sealing plugs. Overpriced in my opinion with only a one year warranty. Garp replacement part is half the price with a lifetime warranty and is made by Panasonic. I would opt for that had it been in stock, but couldn't wait. I really dislike these newer GE refrigerators, require too many repairs, too many parts in too short of a time to be cost effective. There are better choices, it will be my last GE product, never again.
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I bought this fan motor for my Frigidaire Side-by-Side. The repairman was acting like a complete twerp so instead of paying him upwards of $200 for parts and labor I instead got this for $40. Opened the backplate in the freezer section, took out the old fan motor, plugged in this one (every plug is color coded) et voila!

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!
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Sometimes happiness is when you can inexpensively fix something that costs a lot of money . I cannot believe Amazon sells this motor but I am glad they do. 1. OEM part. 2. Easy to find. 3. Cheaper than anywhere else. 4. Fixed my noisy and struggling refrigerator/freezer easily with a minimum number of tools. The defrost mode was also not working well and there was always some ice / frost build up left behind after the cycle was finished. The freezer seemed be in defrosting mode more often. This was not a hard fix to do, admittedly not for everyone but relatively easily. The hardest part for me was taking all the food out and putting back in. The wife is happy because the freezer section is cleaned and every married person knows what that means. P.S. You can find instructions online.
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