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Refrigerator Condenser Fan Motor Assembly EAU62025701

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This condenser fan motor assembly (part number EAU62025701) is for refrigerators.

Condenser fan motor assembly EAU62025701 includes the fan blade that moves air across the condenser and the motor that turns the fan blade. The assembly may include additional parts; refer to your parts diagram for a complete list of parts included.

Unplug the refrigerator and safely store any food that could deteriorate while the power is off before installing this part. Wear work gloves to protect your hands.

Reviews

1-8 of 8 reviews
LeftSeat
Ft. Worth, TXReviews 1Votes 0
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• 3 years ago
LeftSeat• 3 years ago
Not hard, just confined space.

Installing the fan is a little tricky finding just the right way to slide it in. Running the wires a bit tricky due to limited space. All in all about a 20 minute job. Part worked well and now my fridge is happy!

Response from Sears PartsDirect:
sm • 3 years ago

Hello. We are so glad to hear you had a positive experience with Sears!! We greatly appreciate your feedback. Thank you for choosing Sears!

Bullet 101
GeorgiaReviews 1Votes 0
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• 5 years ago
Bullet 101• 5 years ago
Not difficult but slow to install, tight fit

Condenser fan wireing runs across the rear of condenser, made job alot simpler by rerouting wireing safely across front of condenser. Saved a lot work and time.

K-Mann
NCReviews 1Votes 0
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• 4 years ago
K-Mann• 4 years ago
Parts were as expected

Part was great, no issue. However installation was not as Service Manual describes. To remove the fan assembly you need 2 remove the condenser because there’s two lines in the way if the fan mount, not “a couple screws” as the manual describes. “Screw” that- it took 2-3 hrs of squirming, twisting, cautioness, swearing, and a myriad of screwdrivers to get the bracket loose, move it into 3 different angled positions to get the fan holder unscrewed (4) from the bracket, and then the fan itself unscrewed (4) from the fan mount. All with as much pleasantly as hanging upside down installing an “8 track” under your dashboard. meanwhile having to remove/move aside some item that looks like it shouldn’t have been moved (copper sensor tubing and whatnot running to it.) And THEN reassemble while dropping silicone rubber grommet isolators, TINY fan screws, mounting screws etc into the abyss of the condensate pan and rolling under the condenser. This particular LG model is a BEAR, not as YouTube shows for LG fan replacement. Then figuring out there’s NO WAY to run the 3-wire fan cable and HUGE plug in the same location as the original (behind the condenser) so had to clip off the old just to get it out from the fraction of a mm space behind the coils and pull it out. Then find another safe route to run the new cable. “Not fun but she’s done.”

EZ-LEE
White Plains, NYReviews 1Votes 4
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• 4 years ago
EZ-LEE• 4 years ago
Moderately easy to install.

20 min install. Do not try to remove entire fan frame, it's blocked by the refrigerant tubing connecting the condenser to the coils. Snip the zip-tie to release old fan motor wiring from fan frame. Snip the wire off the old fan motor. Unplug fan wiring from socket on right side of condenser coils. Pull the old wire out from right side of coils(it's routed behind coils) and discard. Using a very short screwdriver, remove the 4 screws from the rear of fan motor (at the hub). This releases the old fan motor & blades from the frame. Discard old motor & blades. Attach new fan motor/blades using the 4 screws removed earlier. Route the wiring above the condenser coils, to the socket and plug in (it's too hard to route wire behind coils like factory install).

Cesariux
Los angelesReviews 1Votes 0
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• 1 year ago
Cesariux• 1 year ago
Medio

Muy difícil de instalar, los que arman los refrigeradores hacen las cosas complicadas para que uno les llame, pero con paciencia es posible se tiene que quitar el condensador para poder liberar el cable.

Response from Sears PartsDirect:
Sears Home Services • 1 year ago

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Armorq
Hiawassee, GAReviews 1Votes 0
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• 4 years ago
Armorq• 4 years ago
Slightly difficult to install

Wiring was difficult to access. Rerouted and it worked!

Brad M
MissouriReviews 1Votes 0
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• 1 year ago
Brad M• 1 year ago
Website provides wrong part number for my model

I’m sure this fan is fine but The website said this was the fan for my model of fridge but it is not. My model is 79574025412. I actually needed EAU63103301. Wasted a week on the wrong part. Been waiting a week on the correct part and still don’t have it.

Response from Sears PartsDirect:
Sears Home Services • 1 year ago

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Bigskier1
Southern NHReviews 3Votes 2
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• 5 years ago
Bigskier1• 5 years ago
Impossible to install

The fan is making noise and needs to be replaced before it fails. However, the cord is routed behind the condenser coils. The fan itself is locked behind two cooling lines. It is a nightmare to address.

Response from Sears PartsDirect:
SHSPD Social Care • 5 years ago

Hi! Sorry this is such a difficult installation. I have sent you an email separately requesting additional information and some options for you. Thanks

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