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Sub-zero 550 cooling fan problem

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Howdy. I am having problems with the condenser fan motor not turning full speed. I just replaced it with a new motor and have the same problem. Any thoughts on what my be causing the motor to turn very slow? 

 

When the compressor turns on the motor will spin at full speed.  Otherwise the motor is spinning very slow and gets very hot. 

 

Thanks!

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serial number ?
Prior to Serial #M680766
From Serial #M680766 to #M816264
Prior to Serial #P678866
From Serial #P678866 to #P725322
From Serial #M816264/P725322 to #M/P1004775, Except Between #M965470 to #M965869
Starting with Serial #M/P1004775 and Between #M965470 to #M965869

 

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Serial# p1200852

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Thanks! Any idea where I may find a replacement?

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You'll need to call SZ or go to their website and find an authorized SZ parts distributor in your area.  SZ made the colossally stupid decision to restrict their parts distribution to just a handful of companies.  This inconveniences the customer and keeps price for replacement parts high.  If you call them, you should register your complaint about this predatory practice.  

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