My tumble dryer is broken. I found the service manual online and according to the error number the heat pump fan is the problem. I open it up and to my surprise I found a standard sized case fan in 92x92x25 dimensions.
It is labeled with: NMB-mat 7 3610VL-04W , 0.40A, 12V. The error message says that the fan is below 1200 rpms. Which is quite true because it doesn't work at all. So my question is:
Is it possible to use a standard 92mm case fan? The Voltage is also 12V but how about the amperage? Does it have to match?
I would buy one with a 3 pin plug and replace it with the (proprietary?) one of the original. It needs to thave more than 1200 rpms of course. I found the original spare part however in another country and quite pricey...