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In need the flexi pipes and freezer block
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: cutting cast iron soil pipe
Phil, I recommend a ratchet snap cutter as it will allow you to cut the pipe in a clean manner. These are available for rent at most major home improvement stores in the US. One can also rent one at a tool rental company. I rented mine for $35.00 the bulk of which was a deposit on the tool. Just a reminder when buying the coupling device ensure you ask for or get a 4 inch cast iron to 4 inch PVC coupling. A bit of vaseline will help you get the neoprene coupling to seat properly with the PVC if you encouter resistance. Good luck. If you need more assistance let me know.
Posted on Sep 26, 2008
SOURCE: Blocked drain pipe from freezer
you need to defrost the unit for 48 hours with both doors open, then try using some curtain wire up the drain and see what comes out.
Posted on Mar 25, 2009
Yes the bowl will be slow to empty. Try squeezing the white discharge hose as the unit operates, if there is a blockage then this hose will be hard to squeeze. If hose is soft then blockage could be in the toilet pan U-bend in which case fill bowl with very hot water and leave to soften the toilet paper.
Posted on Feb 26, 2010
SOURCE: pipe behind freezer look red hot
Hi, yes you bet they do, at least modern day "frost free" firdges do. As the saying goes though, "out of site out of mind". Not to worry, this is the way the fridge keeps from frost/ice building up on the evaporator. It defrost's by way of a heater which does heat to a point to melt the frost, be it only briefly though ( usually 10-20 min. depending on the frost accumulated and the bi-metal thermostat tolerance...the part which insures it shut's off ). Anyway, I hope that re-assure's you this is normal and perfectly fine. If you however, think you want a pro to come and look at it, than that is what you should do. Hope this has addressed your concern or inquiry. Thanks for visiting "fixya" for assitance today, please take a moment to rate the info provided to you, whether helpful etc. Thanks again. Macmarkus :)
Posted on Mar 02, 2010
If you are not capable to do that much better to call service Engineer to avoid big damage of your Freezer.
Posted on Apr 04, 2010
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