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Re: danby freezer leaking water
There is a line from the freezer defrost pan to the evaporation pan at the bottom. They often get clogged with bugs, dirt,etcWhen that happens, the defrost pan overflows resulting with a spill of water. Find it, blow it free , and you should be OK.good luck, John
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I understand your Frigidaire freezer is leaking and not defrosting; however is water leaking from behind, front or underneath? Also, did you notice any error codes, noises, or other strange functions prior to this issue? With this information I can assist you better in pinpointing the problem.
your gonna have to let thr fridge defrost buy shutting it down because it soundsm like you have either a build up of ice it the vents in the back of the frezzer unit also check to see if you can hear the fan working in the frezzer if not that would be you main problem
Switch off fridge. Put a pedistal fan in front blowing into the cabinet and leave until all ice has defrosted. Locate the drain hole in the back of the freezer compartment, try to defrost ice which blockes up about the first inch or two of this pipe. If water does not run through you need to force it through with a turkey baster. This should sort your problem. ratemeplease
Hi, You will find that your problem relates to the defrost heater in the freezer. You will need to take the drawers out and remove the back panel to access the evaporator. There is a foil heater that lays underneath the evaporator and it will need to be changed. Along with the klixon that controls it. This will ensure that both parts are good. Your problem will then be fixed no more water!
The drain is probably clogged. Use a pipe cleaner to clear and then use a turkey baster and force hot water through. Follow with a weak bleach solution. Drain is usually in the middle of the bottom. maybe towards the back. It is supposed to drain into a pan underneath the unit and then evaporate. Another solution could be a leaky door gasket. This overwhelms the defrost system and causes leaks.