Question about Kenmore Refrigerators
I have Kenmore refrigerators model 46-66812.
The problem with it that the water is leaking inside the main section of the refrigerator..
I defrost the refrigerator and opened the back panel of the freezer (top part) and checked the drain. I was able to insert a wire only about 10 cm. It felt like it is not just clogged with ice or something, but that it is closed with something hard. Is it right? Should not it be open all the way to the bottom? What could be the problem? What should I do?
I really appreciate you advice.
The wire could not bend past a a curve in the hose. Blow it out with a tire pump and compressed air or you also can buy a can of compressed air. Another option go from the bottom of the drain lone above the drip pan and run the wire up,or blow it backwards..
Posted on Dec 31, 2008
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