Question about LG LFX25971ST Bottom Freezer French Door Refrigerator
I need to know how to remove the rear freezer panel on the back wall inside of the freezer to get to the defrost drain. Please advise. Thanks.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: LG Refrigerator LRBC22544st
Take off the back panel and cut the insullation as in the photo and this will never happen again. What happens is the water gets trapped and then ice forms and builds up and causes the blockage.
Posted on Jun 11, 2008
first you have to remove all shelves in the freezer,then remove all screws in the interior rear panel. In some cases you'll have to remove a couple of shelf tabe located on the side wall. Once tha panel is removed,the fan will be in plain sight. The blade is usually aboue 4-5 inches in diameter and is attached to a small motor with 2 wires and a green grounding wire. Note: you might want to check why it's making noise. Is there ice built up around the blades?Are you getting too much moisture entering the box thru faulty door gaskets?
Posted on Aug 26, 2009
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