O.K. so I diagnosed this undercounter fridge with a bad condensor fan. The compressor was SFH when I got to the back, and it melted the drain pan onto the compressor. I'm still waiting to get the drain pan from my supplier, P/N W10163193.
I unplugged the unit and ordered a fan P/N 4344781. When I replaced the fan, I realized that the fan blade for the original fan had a drive shaft close to 3/16" and the new fan motor's drive shaft is less than 1/8", therefore the old blade was too big to put on the new motor. What I did in the mean time was put some foil tape around the shaft and stuff the blade onto it, seamed to work.
The problem is this: I don't remember which way the fan blade is supposed to blow the air, toward the compressor or away from the compressor?
Plus, I don't remember how the wires went onto the fan, it shouldn't matter which way the power is supplied, the motor should turn away from the external windings on top, right?
I went to order a new fan blade but only got a part number of W10315091 listed as a fan motor kit, I guess you can't by a fan blade seperate, I wish I had order this originally, its less expensive than the fan by it's self.
Has anybody delt with this before?
...I took another look at the photo I attached, and determined that the fan blade was originally sucking the air away from the compressor, assuming the new motor turns in the same direction.