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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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Posted on Apr 08, 2009
if you have water leaking into the fridge it sounds like it's defrosting but the drain is blocked and the water has nowhere else to go but into the fridge.when you send the model number send the first three numbers too i think it's 106.,if you have a defrost problem the back inside wall of the freezer would have like snow covering it,look where the light is in the fridge section,you'll see a hole,stick a stright blade screw driver in it and turn slowly,this is the timer,leave the freezer door open while you do this,when you turn it you'll hear a click and the fan will stop blowing,you just put it into defrost mode,the heater will come on and start melting the ice,while it's in defrost remove everything out of the freezer,remove the freezer floor and back inside wall,with a hair dryer melt all the ice you see and then you'll see the drain hole under the coil,you have to clear the drain,i use a steemer to blow through the line,then pour hot water into the hole,if it drains down i know the drain is clear,if you don't have a steemer you need something that will blow or push water through the line like a turkey baster or some guys say they use a shop vac set on blow but whatever works to free the drain,keep hitting the hole with the hair dryer and stick a screw driver into the hole,the blade will heat up and slide into the drain to melt the ice,also you can heat up the ceiling in the fridge section in the back,middle of the ceiling,the drain is in there so heating that up will help,when you think the drain is clear pour hot water into the drain,if it drains through you're done,if not keep hitting it until it's clear.when you clear the drain you can buy a heater probe that you rap one end around the heater and stick the other end into the drain hole,when the heater comes on the metal warms up keeping the drain from freezing or if you have a piece of house wire you can make a probe out of the ground wire,cut it around 6 inches,bend one end so you can slide it onto the heater,stick it into the drain until you feel it hit the bottom,cut around a half inch off it so it won't block anything in the bottom of the drain and then attach it onto the heater or if it's a glass heater attach it to the metal cover that's in front of the heater.if you don't want to put anything in the drain that's ok too.good luck with your fridge and i hope this helps you out.
Posted on Oct 28, 2011
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