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Condenser Fan Motor Kit – Part Number: W10124096
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Condenser Fan Motor Kit

Your Price
$114.45

Fix Number: FIX1957416

Manufacturer #: W10124096

Manufactured by: Whirlpool

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Part description

This condenser fan motor kit is used in icemakers and freezers, the purpose is to circulate air through the condenser in the compressor area in order to keep it cool. If your fridge is making loud noises when running or it is getting too warm, then consider replacing this part to solve your problem. The tools needed for this repair: 1/4 inch nut driver, slip joint pliers, 1/4 inch drive ratchet, and small flat blade screw driver. For installation instructions, follow manual provided by the manufacturer. Unplug tool from power source before you begin installation process.

Works with the following brands

Whirlpool, Kenmore, KitchenAid, Maytag, Estate, Amana, Jenn-Air, Crosley, Roper, Inglis, General Electric, Scotsman-Residential

Works with the following products

Refrigerator, Ice Maker, Freezer

Fixes the following symptoms

Noisy | Fridge too warm | Freezer section too warm | Fridge and Freezer are too warm

Videos For installing this part.

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Average Repair Rating: 3.9 / 5.0, 7 reviews
Customer:
Patricia from Moline, IL
Parts Used:
  • Condenser Fan Motor Kit
Difficulty Level:
Easy
Total Repair Time:
30 - 60 mins
Tools:
Screw drivers, Socket set
Very noisy whenever the fan came on.
Watched several online videos. Removed the fan blade, then the motor still attached to the motor mount so I could see what I was doing to attach the new motor to the motor mount. Then reinstalled the whole assembly, plugged in it's wires with the supplied adapter and attached the new fan blade.
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Customer:
Gregory from Houston, TX
Parts Used:
  • Condenser Fan Motor Kit
Difficulty Level:
Really Easy
Total Repair Time:
Less than 15 mins
Tools:
Screw drivers, Socket set
Bearings on the condensor fan motor went out.
1. Pulled Frig from the wall to gain bottom rear access. 2. Disconnected the 110V power plug. 3. using either Phillips screwdriver or small socket drive remove 5 screws holding on the rear piece of cardboard at the bottom of the backside of the refrigerator. 4. locate the fan just on the inside. 5. disconnect electrical plug. this is only a few inches from fan. 6. remove the three screws holding the fan motor to the housing. I left the fan blade on the old motor. after the three screws were removed the fan with blade came out pretty easily. 7. Next take the new motor and push on the new fan blade. Make sure it goes on all the way. It is connected by friction and the fan is plastic. It wouldn't be too hard to break the fan. If you do you could probably reuse the old plastic fan. 8. Next, find the electrical plug on the new motor and compare it to the old motor. Mine didn't match, but the kit I ordered from this site came with a connector the plugged in between. 9. So connect this before installing the fan. You will need to pay attention to how you install the new motor because it is symmetrical and may be rotated up to three ways to install. However, only one way will give the best clearance for the electrical plug with the new connector installed. 10. Holding the motor in place install the three screws. This isn't difficult if you've done a little small-space work before. you have to push in will turning the screws and holding a flashlight at the same time. Takes a little patience, but all in all its pretty easy. I did it alone and in 15mins. 11. After the motor is installed with fan then you should connect the other end of the electrical plug to the frig. 12. Next perform a test on the frig before putting the cardboard cover back into place. To do this simply connect the power plug to the 110v outlet and the fan should come on and spin smoothly within 5 secs. Observe it long enough to feel the job is done well. 13. Then disconnect the frig power outlet again and continue replacing the cardboard and the retaining screws. 14. Lastly, plug the frig back in and slowly push the frig back into place.
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Customer:
Mark from CANTERBURY, CT
Parts Used:
  • Condenser Fan Motor Kit
Difficulty Level:
Easy
Total Repair Time:
30 - 60 mins
Tools:
Nutdriver, Pliers, Socket set
Refrigerator had hot door edges and door gaskets
Pulled refrigerator out, removed cardboard type lower panel, (7)- 1/4" screws, compressor was very hot, condenser fan motor was not spinning, rotated fan started spinning(fan spins very slowly no risk), at this time I put a window Box fan behind refrigerator to help cool down compressor, within 2 hours door edges and gaskets were cooling off, after finding Fix.com, I used my smart phone to take pictures of original fan , to get part #s, (works great).
Once parts arrived (about a week later, New fan blades and motor), pulled refrig back out unplugged electric cord, used 1/4" socket, removed old fan and bracket (4 screws) unplugged wire harness, removed fan/bracket assembly from under refrig, then removed (3) -1/4" screws holding motor to bracket, installed new motor to bracket, using same screws(fan came with new screws if needed) new motor came with a short wiring harness, one side fits new fan, other end supposed to fit original electric plug on refrig, but would not slip together, I had to remove center lug of new wire harness plug(no wire in center lug) scored with utility knife snapped center lug off, harness plugs slipped together, and clicked locking together, re-installed fan to bracket, slid fan blade onto motor shaft, re-installed fan/bracket assembly into original position , making sure wire and other tubes were back in original spaces, plugged in refrig cord,,new fan was on/spinning, used compressed air to blow out dust from under refrig(can be very dusty under there should be cleaned about every 6 months), re-installed cardboard lower panel and refig has worked great since, door edges and gaskets are now cool like normal !,,, Mark
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Customer:
Roger from SAN JOSE, CA
Parts Used:
  • Condenser Fan Motor Kit
Difficulty Level:
Very Easy
Total Repair Time:
30 - 60 mins
Tools:
Nutdriver
Was making loud noise
Disconnected electrical plug removed bottom cover, removed old unit three screws only replaced the new unit the same way I took the old one piece of cake
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Customer:
Chuck from Camp Sherman, OR
Parts Used:
  • Condenser Fan Motor Kit
Difficulty Level:
Easy
Total Repair Time:
15 - 30 mins
Tools:
Nutdriver
Noisy fan and longer running time
pull fridge out from wall, unplugged the old fan & condenser and plugged new one in. As per instructions they were perfect. Easily done if one is handy with tools.
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Customer:
calvin from Rockingham, NC
Parts Used:
  • Condenser Fan Motor Kit
Difficulty Level:
Really Easy
Total Repair Time:
15 - 30 mins
Tools:
Socket set
Condenser was making a loud noise
The motor I ordered had easy instructions to follow. The motor works fine .The only problem I had was getting my hands back in there to get the three screws out. my hands are on the large size. A twelve year could have did this much easier.
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Customer:
Anthony J. from Medford,, NY
Parts Used:
  • Condenser Fan Motor Kit
Difficulty Level:
Really Easy
Total Repair Time:
30 - 60 mins
Tools:
Wrench set
Condenser fan motor shaft worn making noise,hiting mount
Hardest part of job is getting down on floor and 2 hands in the space. But, new part (updated) fit like a glove, took about 50 min too complete very happy coustomer. thank you
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This part works with the following models:

Fix Number: FIX1957416
Manufacturer Part Number: W10124096
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