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5.5 Cu. Ft. Chest Freezer
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Lowest price:$179.00Description: Food
storage will be a snap with this roomy 5.5 cu. ft. chest freezer,
featuring up-front temperature control, storage basket and defrost water
Hi, Most freezer do not have a drain plug...it is very possible that you do not have one on yours... The best way to get the water out is to siphon with a small hose till there is not much left .... then wipe out the rest with a rag.... Tipping the freezer to one corner will help you siphon more of the water out...
You have to remove all the food to a good ice chest with no ice. Pack it as full as you can before starting another one. You may need to put some in your refrigerator freezer. It will stay frozen for several hours while you melt the ice in the chest freezer. You can direct a fan blowing into it to speed up the melting. If it doesn't have a drain to catch the water in a tub you'll have to soak the water up in a towel etc. Don't chip at the ice to break it up quicker. You can damage the refrigeration coils.
Don't hit or punch the freezer walls ,just unplugged and let the frost melts and this water will go through the drain down to an evaporative pan.Make sure the drain is not clogh if it is clogh put hot water into it or blow it with air pressure.
hi thanks for the question the drain hose leading from the freezer is clogged up remove the ice from the bottom pull fridge from wall find small drain tube clean the tube now it will drain into tray vacuum out while your there thanks the appliance doc