Question about GE GSS25JFM Side by Side Refrigerator
It sounds like you have a plugged drain tube.The easy way to clean it would be to unplug fridge over night with the doors opend to defrost then remove rear bottom panel.After that you should see a tube going into a drip pan clean the end and blown in to it with a air tool or if you wantt o fast clean the end and use your mouth.After line is clear you can pour hot water into freezwer part and see if it drains into **** pan hope i helped :)
Posted on May 11, 2009
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Leaking under a refrigerator may be caused by a condensation tube that doesn't drain into a pan or by a clogged freezer drain.
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