Question about Freezers
We are getting regular ice build up in the base of the freezer section, had the back panel out but couldnt see any problem. Believe from this forum that the cause could well be a blocked drain, I couldnt see a drain when I looked allthough I wasnt aware of what to look for then, where would the drain be located?, I dont know the model no off hand but it is approx 3 years old, has single doors.
Below the evaputator coils should be some type of pan or drain system ... the drain most of the time is in the middle of the pan... it you see anything with ice defost should be NO ice in there .. can use hair dryer once defrosted u should look for some type of drain whole.. once u think u got drain open pour small amount of hot water down to help clean and test if drain is open
Posted on Sep 03, 2007
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