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Evaporator drain line clogged/backed up. how do I get to it to clean?

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Hi. i have a kenmore french door bottom freezer refrigerator thats leaking in the back of the fridge part. is it a clog in the evaporator drain tube? its all a big sheet of ice from it leaking.


remove back panel of refrigerator. use hair dryer to melt ice in drain pan under evaporator. keep thawing drain and pouring hot water down it till water runs down and clears drain tube.

May 07, 2017 | Kenmore Refrigerators

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WHERE IS THE DRAIN LINE LOCATED


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This drain line you seek is in the freezer under the evaporator, behind the false panel. This clog can be found in the s curve of this tube behind the unit in the back by the compressor. Dust will collect in this tube and cause the slow drain or clog you seek. Good Luck

Oct 09, 2014 | GE Refrigerators

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Would a once clogged evaporator drain line affect car radio


You may have knocked a wire or connector loose in your travels. It is possible that water evaporation caused a short in a connection somewhere, but this would have dried by now. Pull the radio and use a cheap test light to see if you have both power and ground to the back of the radio and go from there.

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How do i fix a leaky air conditioner? it is a fedders A3X05F2B INstalled in the wall and it is leaking in to my house.


It is the drain line clogged that should normally go outside. The best way to clean a window unit is take it out of window. Take off the cover and using a waterhose, Clean the evaporator and condensor. Make sure drain line drains to the back of the unit. from inside to outside. While you are there if the fan motor has oilers on it then oil bearings. Install cover and put back in the window and you should be good to go. Hope this helps.

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Water collecting at bottom of freezer compartment


Drain system is clogged.
Clean the drain tray and drain line in the back of the freezer section, located behind the back cover and underneath the evaporator coil. (hint: use turkey baster with hot water) Make sure water drains when you pour it in. If it doesn't - also clean drain tube on the back of the unit behind the cover. When done - make sure to put the tube exactly where it was.

Good luck! :)
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9,000 btu invertor system & 12,000 btu system dripping water from evaporator case,evaporator very clean,suction line not freezing up,just sweating as it should,condensor fan running good,is there a...


The condensate line attaches to the back of the indoor unit. Usually the flex drain line that comes with the unit clogs with algae. You've got to remove the line and flush it with compressed air or nitrogen and then pour about a cup of clorox bleach down the line to inhibit further growth. Use the clorox twice a year to prevent this from happening again.

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Water leaking on freezer side; doesn't appear to be from ice maker


Drain system is clogged.
Clean the drain tray and drain line in the back of the freezer section, located behind the back cover and underneath the evaporator coil. (hint: use turkey baster with hot water) Make sure water drains when you pour it in. If it doesn't - also clean drain tube on the back of the unit behind the cover. When done - make sure to put the tube exactly where it was.

Good luck! :)

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Dec 27, 2009 | Maytag MSD2756G Side by Side Refrigerator

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Water is leaking from the front of the refrigerator freezer side onto hardwood floors it looks like it is comming from the back what would be the cause


Either the drain line is clogged and the condensation cannot drain to the pan to evaporate, or the door seal is not sealing properly allowing to much air (with humidity) into the unit creating to much condensation and overflowing the pan.


First locate the drain hole and line and make sure they are clean and clear. If you poor an 8 oz glass of water through it, it should drain out to the pan if it is clear.

If you find no clog inspect the door seals for cuts tears or any place that is not sealing properly.

Oct 12, 2009 | Refrigerators

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Water on the inside floor of refrigerator


The freezer line will be the one that dumps water into a tray next to compressor where it evaporates.You need to take off the back panel of the freezer compartment to access the freezer drain. It will be a hole located below the coils and may be clogged with food matter and/or ice. A vacuum cleaner works great for this. Hope this helps

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Drip pan....


If you have a vacuum cleaner try cleaning the coils

The drain tube has to drain to the outside of the frig so the water will evaporate If you do not have an evaporator pan you can always put a cookie sheet etc under the area where the water comes out

Go to the area where the line clogs and get the line clear

what i would do is cut the line and take a turkey baster and force water down the tube to force the water out then I would go to Ace or big box store and get a plastic ferrel fitting to join the two lines back together



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