Question about Refrigerators
Sounds like the drain line is clogged. In your freezer you have a drain line that takes the defrosted ice (now water) and goes down to the collection pan under the fridge. Can you take off the back panel and inspect the drain line opening it is located under the coils in the middle. Now it more then likely is ice that has formed and isn't melting, take some regular table salt and with a table spoon put on the blocked section. Just 2 table spoons is all you need to put on it. Hopefully within 20 min. you will have a clear drain and be able to replace the back panel. Let me know what you find out. ken
Posted on Dec 28, 2008
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