Listen for the fan to change on. If he isn’t shutting off there could be several reasons. With a tiny troubleshooting you’ll be able to determine the reason for your malfunctioning evaporator fan to replace it if needed.
Characteristics of Condenser Fan Motor Bearings
There are usually two forms of condensers in the majority of modern refrigerators. Sometimes because of the overheating of the condenser, (mostly due to a faulty condenser fan) the condenser does not operate properly and because of this your refrigerator stops cooling. Spraying the condenser with a hose will often be good enough to get rid of all of the debris.
In case the compressor runs but the fan doesn’t, the possibilities are good you will want to replace the fan’s motor. Make sure that the drive belt is securely joined to the compressor. If it doesn’t move, then you are in need of a new compressor before continuing.
The Do’s and Don’ts of Condenser Fan Motor Bearings
The compressor is easily the most expensive component to replace, and among the few components the homeowner cannot replace himself. If you realize that the compressor is continually running, which you are able to ascertain from the humming sound it makes, you may safely assume that something is wrong with the automated cooling control system. Check under the hood to find out if the magnetic clutch joined to the AC compressor engages.