Condenser Fan. GE Consumer & Industrial ZIC360NR, ZICS360NR

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Condenser Fan. GE Consumer & Industrial ZIC360NR, ZICS360NR | Manualzz

To remove the fan

1. Remove the drawer (see procedure).

2. Remove 5 screws securing the rear duct.

3. Disconnect the freezer light and light thermostat wiring and the remove duct.

4. Disconnect the wire connector from the fan motor.

5. Remove 2 screws from the fan motor bracket and remove the evaporator fan motor.

Condenser Fan

The condenser fan is a permanent-magnet, 4-pole,

DC motor that will operate at 3 speeds. Fan speed

(low, medium, high) corresponds with compressor speed to minimize pressure variations in the sealed system. The speed of the fan is controlled by the voltage output from the main control board. Voltage output from the control board to the fan is 13.2 VDC; however to regulate the speed of the fan, the main control board uses pulse width modulation (PWM).

Inlet air is available through the left front and left rear of the machine compartment.

If the fan shorts, it will damage the main control board.

If the resistor on the main control board is burnt, you must replace the fan and the board.

The condenser fan is mounted with screws to a fan shroud and mounting bracket in back of the condenser.

To remove the fan

1. Extend the machine compartment chassis (see

Machine Compartment).

2. Disconnect the condenser fan wiring at the harness connector.

3. Remove 4 screws and fan assembly.

4. Remove fan blade, 2 screws from the fan mounting bracket, and fan motor.

Note: A magnetic tip screwdriver may be required to install the condenser fan mounting screws.

To install lower fan mounting screw:

1. Pull back foam insulation to visually locate screw hole.

2. Locate hole with fingers of left hand.

3. Place screw on the tip of the screwdriver.

4. Use your right hand to maneuver the screwdriver and use your left hand to guide the screw into the hole.


+/- .100




0.50" ± 0.05


Wiring Harness Connector

Condenser Fan Adjustment





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