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Looking for a Condenser fan motor for a Coldspot Frostless; model 106s16el; s/n 1f311516


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#1 Fridge_Master_G

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Posted 10 August 2010 - 06:24 AM

Frigde part of unit isn't staying cold, lowest it goes is 44F (with temp dial @ max cold):(; freezer works great temp 9.7F. Haven't replaced anything yet, defrost timer (easy access-kick panel) is warm to touch and you can see though a little circle that something is spinning inside. What I think is the condenser motor (location when facing front of fridge, bottom right in back)- with easy access from back access panel. Have not checked compressor for heat or vibration. All thoughts are welcome. I believe unit is about 45 yo. Also looking for owners manual if possible. Thanks

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Posted 10 August 2010 - 06:31 AM

Does sound likely that your condensor fan may be bad. It should be running if the compressor is running.

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Posted 10 August 2010 - 03:16 PM

Thanks for your reply. I was checking Refrigerator air return/inlet for ice (which I found some) and was using a hairdryer to defrost (because it is not accessable-except by ones finger tips). At that time the condenser kicked on with fan spinning. Checked the compressor, it was vibrating and hot to touch.




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