Question about Hotpoint RFA60 Bottom Freezer Refrigerator
The drain in the back of my fridge no longer drains. I slid a wire down it to see if it was blocked but hit what sounds like a plastic ledge . Is this normal or should it run straight down to the condenser tray?
Well the only way to check it out completely is like you said going from inside your freezer and I like to pour water down the line to make sure it drains.
Take the back panel off inside your freezer and locate the opening of the drain. You will see the collection tray just under your coils and in the middle you will see the opening. Now if it is blocked by ice just take a couple tea spoons of table salt and pour on the opening. Ice will melt very fast and then the opening will clear and then take some water and pour down it.
If the opening is clear just pour water down and observe the drain pan under the unit and see if it comes in there.
Posted on Jan 18, 2009
Check that the light is going out when closing the door . I had a similar problem of freezing under the salad storage containers. the light was warming the interior of the fridge. Too much water for the Evaporation of water in the drain hole.
Posted on Jul 26, 2009
I have finally cleared the drain gutter, using salt & warm water. Next time I'll shoot the RFA60 and buy a decent f/f.
Posted on Dec 11, 2011
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