Question about Viking DDBB363 Bottom Freezer Refrigerator
I keep defrosting, but every 2 to 3 weeks it does the same thing... Is there anything more I can do? It working fine other than that...
You need to remove the plastic tube that the water goes through . then take small saw and cut the flat part of the tube completely off . then slide the the plastic tube back in the bottom of freezer . apply a bead of silicone around the top of the plastic pipe (where you cut of the flat piece) so that the water does go into the insulation. whats happening - that flat piece sits up about a 16" too high at times and this causes a small pooling of water that becomes worse over time.... if you still continue with this problem take a short piece of 16 gauge wire wrap it around the calrod defrost heater a few times and insert the rest in your drain hole. this will heatup everytime a defrost occurs . which then melts the ice
Posted on Dec 20, 2008
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