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Condenser fan in a GE refrigerator runs slowly, compressor hot; how to test the condenser fan

Posted by Samurai Appliance Repair Man, in Refrigerator Repair 03 May 2012 · 1,300 views

GE refrigerator muthaboard condenser fan

Check the voltage going to the condenser fan, should have +12vdc on the red wire with your common probe on the white wire. Make the measurement with the fan connected. Easiest to check it at the muthaboard. See this reference:


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If you have a good power supply to the fan, then replace the condenser fan motor ==> http://www.repaircli...4X10055/1093723


More background info on GE fan motors here ==> http://appliantology...-and-condenser/



Source: Condenser Fan running slowly. Compressor very hot. '05 GE bottom mount.

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