igloo replacement fan - py-1225h12s

I have a tabletop igloo ice maker. It has, what I would describe as, a che ap muffin fan. It has failed. The fan is manufactured Power Year, pn PY-1 225H12S. I can't find it anywhere. I have messages out to Igloo and other s which are still pending. I suspect Igloo will come back with "send it in " as they have no online listings of internal parts.
Anybody have an idea/vendor that could supply this. I found something in C hina but it looks like I have to purchase 1000.
Thanks.
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On 12/19/2015 1:01 PM, snipped-for-privacy@yahoo.com wrote:

Why would you need a fan in an igloo? I'd have thought it was cool enough already, especially in the winter. Of course, an igloo is not a large structure so I guess it would be good to vent the farts out once in a while.
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On Saturday, December 19, 2015 at 12:59:48 PM UTC-6, Ed Pawlowski wrote:

Ed, you're starting to sound like "the Mormon" (or micky)!
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On 12/19/2015 11:01 AM, snipped-for-privacy@yahoo.com wrote:

There are things called search engines that can be invaluable in this regard: <http://www.ebay.com/itm/PowerYear-PY-1225H12S-DC-Brushless-Fan-12V-120mm-x-120mm-x-25mm-H23-/191591493528 > I have messages out to Igloo and

It looks like a standard, ~5 inch square fan, 1 inch thick, 12V DC. Aside from the (unspecified) air flow capabilities and sound level (both depend on the design of the blades and speed of the motor), you should be able to substitute any similar fan (mounting holes are largely standardized)
If $8 (incl shipping) is too "dear" for you, visit a surplus electronics store and find one in a scrap pile...
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On Saturday, December 19, 2015 at 1:46:17 PM UTC-6, Don Y wrote:

You must have the touch. I punched in py-1225h12s and got tennis shoes. Search engines... check.
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Any replacement, generally go by current required, and the airflow will be similar. Dimensions are pretty standardized.
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On 12/19/2015 10:59 PM, gregz wrote:

That's not true (air flow). Some fans are designed to be quieter by moving *less* air -- a lower speed/flow rate (in addition to the aerodynamics of the blades).
One crude way of checking is to note the power requirements of the fan. The air being moved represents the WORK (power) being done.
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That is what I gave. The 12 volts is constant. Times current.
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