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Water on Floor Outside Freezer (Side by Side)

GE Profile TFX27PR Side by Side (10 years old)-water on floor near freezer. Tried putting hot water with baking soda in freezer drain in the back which is obviously clogged. Entire bottom of freezer covered with ice. Got rid of the ice. Hot water not even going down drain. Any other suggestions appreciated!

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  • NYTerrier Mar 07, 2009

    Thank you, I put a wire in - it did not go far, and I was able to get 2 cups of hot water down, half a cup at a time (then it would overflow). It appears to hold a half cup at a time. It should be fine now. Thanks for the hlep.

  • Anonymous Mar 17, 2014

    Side by side frame between ref and freezer is hot

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Take a wire and run it through the drain until there is no resistance and then put hot water into it.

Posted on Mar 07, 2009

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    Todd Born Mar 07, 2009

    THANKS FOR THE FIXYA!

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