Question by  Vernon34 (28)

My GE refrigerator freezer fan will not run, what can I do?


Answer by  RepairItMan (419)

First of all, take the food out, and turn it off. Then, you might be able to blow out the fan with a can of air.


Answer by  jessydav (550)

This depends on if you want to fix it yourself or not. If you rather do it yourself and save money you need to remove the fan so you can test and see if it's the fan itself such as the motor that has gone bad or if it's what powers the fan. Then you can call to get part.


Answer by  harwoodkp (376)

Unplug refrigerator. Behind refrigerator you will see a metal plate to access main board to replace it. Then replace the fan too. Consult your book for wiring diagrams.


Answer by  catysuzgirl2000 (578)

This is also known as the evaporator fan and if it is faulty, it could indicate cooling problems with the fridge. The evaporator cover panel may need to be removed to check for excessive frost build.


Answer by  mattb6755 (15)

It is probably a bad motor. I would call a repair man or if you feel like a do-it-yourselfer call a repair parts place. You can usually order the replacement parts from a place and do it yourself pretty easily and cheaply too.


Answer by  laura7373 (409)

First get your son to look at it . It is probally the motor . You need to get a new motor or have the GE specialist come out for a fee.


Answer by  Isidro (624)

It could be because the fan is stuck on something and could easily be fixed or the motor broke on it.


Answer by  basquireinfotech2 (4)

Make call to the ge customer care service center and registere a complain about ge refrigerator freezer fan through customer care executive and request to visit the engineer to the given address


Answer by  HelpfulAndy (1107)

Defrost your freezer. Take everything out and turn the fridge off for about a day. Then start it back up and hopefully it'll work.


Answer by  heather88 (1897)

You need to have a repair person look at it. The fan may have gone out in it. You need to have it check out though, it may need a new fan.

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