Question about Refrigerators
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
remove back panel inside freezer. you will see a tray at the bottom with a drain hole in the middle and this is blocked with ice. melt ice off with a hairdryer and follow up with hot water till water flows away freely
Posted on Nov 26, 2008
whirlpool had a bad run of evaporator fan motor (the fan in the freezer section) it is a simple fix and a good service company should pick up on it. since the unit is new have lowes send out a different serice company than the first one mention to them about the air not blowing good to the refrig section and if the fan motor is running fast enough. they should replace the fan motor with part number 4389177 this is a whirlpool part.
Let me know how it turns out. thanks Peyton
BTW whirlpool is one of the best so be patient and let em fix it you wont be sorry...
Posted on Mar 14, 2009
It sounds like the line you found is for draining the water from the defrost cycle. It should drain the water from melting the ice into the pan at the bottom so it will evaporate. Sounds like its being clogged is the cause of the water in your fridge.
Posted on May 13, 2009
There is ice buildup in the drain and maybe under the seperator. Remove the back panel in the freezer and the botom floor of the freezer and remove the ice. Be careful of the styrofoam ducts. Eric
Posted on Aug 10, 2009
Some water dripping under the refrigerator is normal. There is supposed to be a drip tray to collect it, and there is not so much that it can't evaporate. Check to see that the tray is still there, in the right place, and not cracked. If the drip tray is full of water, then you have another problem. If your air is humid, you would get more water during the defrost cycle and the water in the drip tray wouldn't evaporate very fast. If your freezer door seal is not air tight, you would get more water to defrost. My guess is, the drip tray is out of place or cracked.
Posted on Sep 11, 2009
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