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  1. #27
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    Originally posted by dave and julie
    Originally posted by Timber
    We put all GE in our new house 2 years ago. All stainless.

    Not impressed with GE. Ice maker was replaced under warranty.
    But now part of the plastic chute broke off and ice comes pouring out way too fast.

    I looked at the condenser coil and it was like some round looking contraption. Looked like a pain in the arse to clean, which I need to do...

    GE = POS
    I have a 2 year old GE too and the thing sometimes makes this incredibly annoying noise because the fan in the freezer is off balance and vibrates at just the right speed. It's amazing how a $5 part can ruin a $1000 fridge.
    Yeah, thats the problem, I ordered the motor and the blade and it was close to $40 with shipping, my cost.
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    After I get it and pop it in, I'll let ya know.
    The fan motor I mean.
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  3. #29
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    Originally posted by Diceman
    After I get it and pop it in, I'll let ya know.
    The fan motor I mean.
    Glad you cleared that up Dice!! It got scary for a second!!

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    GE used to make very good appliances, but like anything, all driven by price these days.
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  5. #31
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    $40 for a fan? Does it do anything else in addition to moving air, like say... the dishes? It must be really fancy. It's probably going to do the same thing as the one you replace.


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    Yeah, I know that is high for a little evap fan but it might be DC like the one guy mentioned, or a special fit or something, or myabe GE knows it got ya by the balls and can charge whatever they want. If the new one is noisy as well, it's going back and GE service can take over.....the fags......
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    Come to think of it, I beleive it is DC. I've noticed its speed varies. It sometimes has to hunt to find that magic RPM that pisses me off.

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    Well that's what they get for making something simple like an Acme fan motor so complicated..anyway....if mine works out and ya want me to get you a new one let me know, either of you Dave or Julie or whoever else moves into your head in the meantime
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  9. #35
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    Talking

    Wasn't that a movie?

    "Dave and Julie and Fred and Sally"

    Or something like that....


    yeah, leave it to a manufacturer to make an evap fan motor an exciting adventure that results in an epic thread on an internet forum.

  10. #36
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    Dice needs a new name....reefer hack...has a ring to it huh!

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    Originally posted by senior tech
    Dice needs a new name....reefer hack...has a ring to it huh!
    You are just mad cause your washer broke and you ain't as smart as me and can't fix it..............
    And I intend on putting all the screws back too...
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  12. #38
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    New heading Appliance

    Keep breaken an fixen your appliances and BC's gonna have ta start a new heading

    Right below Fireplaces

    ........Dices Appliance Corner.........

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    Whoaaaaaa nellie...I fixed mine, cost $5.00, but thank God there was only one screw and no left over parts.

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