Question about GE GTS22WCP Top Freezer Refrigerator
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Two separate problems here.
One; remove the ice maker, then remove the back panel from the freezer. The defrost drain is probably frozen . It will have to be thawed. Then run a 1/4 cup of bleach through it.
Two. Water on the shelves sometimes is caused by the frozen drain line referred above.
But can be from a poor door seal on the fresh food compartment.
Check the sides and bottom of the door seal. It may have pulled loose from the plastic liner.
If it is warped and damaged it must be replaced.
Posted on Feb 23, 2009
Sounds like the drain to the drip pan is clogged -- maybe with ice.
Defrost water runs down to a drain in the bottom of the fridge and into a pan underneath where it evaporates.
Sounds like the defrost water is not reaching its final destination.
Here's the way the same problem was solved earlier today:
For those who have this problem with this model: The drip pan is in an open space on the back side of the refrigerator. There is a rubber spout that empties into it. But to clear clogs...you must take out the shelves from the freezer, unscrew and remove the back panel on the inside of the freezer. There you will see the water exit. Boiling water cleared it out.
Posted on May 29, 2009
Remove the food from the freezer . Remove the rear freezer panel , inside the freezer . At the base in the rear , use a hair dryer and defrost (you'll see a drain hole possibly in the middle of the drain ) . Defrost drain hole until hot water can be poured and go thru the hole . I use a small hose to blow thru the drain hole to remove any debris which could have accumulated inside the drain line .
Posted on Aug 02, 2009
SOURCE: Ice Melting
ok check the door gaskets they must be toushing forming a compleate seal nothing else is acceptible also there is a possibilty that your ice maker heater is stuck in the on position.also these units are known for a having a bad control boared in the back
Posted on Aug 09, 2009
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