Question about Refrigerators
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
yes remove the rear panel in the freezer where you see the drain hole. Clear the ice from the drain hole. It will take a while for the water to start to drain because the ice is deep in the insulation. A small tube is helpful to draw some hot water in and stick in in the drain hole and squirt the hot water down in the hole.
Posted on Nov 25, 2007
You should have an evaporator tray under the refrigerator. A certain amount of condensate is to be expected during the cooling cycle and it drips into a collector tray under the refrigerator. Heat from the compressor causes this condensate (water) to evaporate. If the tray has come out of place, or is missing or damaged, the water will not collect in one spot to evaporate and will run out under the refrigerator. Also, if the automatic defrost cycle for the freezer is not set correctly or is malfunctioning, that may also cause an overabundance of condensate to be produced and it can overflow the condensate tray. If this has been helpful, please rate me accordingly. Thanks and good luck.
Posted on Jul 10, 2009
Yes, let the unit thaw out, and replace that thin wire. it's called a drain heater, it simply keeps the water from freezing before it gets out the drain.
Posted on Sep 26, 2009
since on differnet models it goes right or left,
but you should be able to push the shelf one way, enough so that the other side pops out of the wall
then slide in the long side first, you will see what i mean when you have the shelf out
push the long side in with a lil pressure and raise the shelf the leve you want it installed on
Posted on Oct 14, 2009
SOURCE: freezer door handle is loose
Usually those handles push directly up to come off the pegs. You really have to "lean in" to push the handle against the door and then try to slide it up. Once you get it off, you can tighten the studs (or whatever hook/clip thingy they came up with) and slide it back on.
Posted on Feb 10, 2010
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