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Can you clean the hose with compressed air

Is it possible to clean the drain hose with compressed air after it is thawed out?

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Yes, iv'e seen it done with freeon years ago.i would not use air in a customers home because water may splater in places i didn't want.what i use is a weed eater line with a good knott in one side,then feed threw and pull out other side, knott then pulling and breaking up blockage,then flush with hot water .hope that helps God bless ,tom

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You need to remove the panel inside the freezer compartment to access the evaporator rain line. Once accessed,you will see a drain hole. That drain has a hose leading to a pan in the back of the refrigerator; this drain is plugged an causing water from defrosting ice to drain to the pan in the back of the refrigerator. You need to unstopped that drain hose with compressed air and not chemical.
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The first step is to defrost the machine completely.
The second step is to clean the drain properly. Service techs use compressed air to blow the lines clean. This is followed by pouring extremely hot water onto the drain pan below the evaporator. mixed with a little bleach, to flush any junk left over.
The reason for the extended shut down, is ice will build up under the pan below the evaporator coil, and if not melted and dried out will cause the problem to re-appear in a short while.
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