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Rich Fahey, if by "start in manually with my finger it will run." that it will run when you start spinning it, then yes, your motor '''could be'''. It is possible that the start winding on your motor have failed (most likely), '''but''' this can also be caused by a bad start capacitor. TheSafest bet of course would be to replace the fan motor. The replacement part number for your fan is WR60X10185. Hope this helps, good luck.
Rich Fahey, if by "start in manually with my finger it will run." that it will run when you start spinning it, then yes, your motor '''could be'''. It is possible that the start winding on your motor have failed (most likely), '''but''' this can also be caused by a bad start capacitor. TheSafest bet of course would be to replace the fan motor. The replacement part number for your fan is WR60X10185. Hope this helps, good luck.

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Rich Fahey, if by "start in manually with my finger it will run." that it will run when you start spinning it, then yes, your motor '''could be'''. It is possible that the start winding on your motor have failed (most likely), '''but''' this can also be caused by a bad start capacitor.  The replacement part number for your fan is WR60X10185. Hope this helps, good luck.

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