Question about Frigidaire GLRS264ZA Side by Side Refrigerator
There is a huge chunk of ice in the bottom of my freezer. Looks like it's coming from the back of my freezer wall. I'm not quite sure what's back there and what I'm looking for, or if mine has the drain tube I keep seeing mentioned. Any help is greatly appreciated!!
The ice-maker supply line enters the back of the freezer near the top. There is a rubber piece that fills the ice tray, attached from the outside. If that is cracked you will have a leak. There is also a water line that runs through the refrigerator to the reservoir that supplies chilled water at the door. All of these lines should be checked for leaks that can drip into the freezer compartment.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
yes remove the rear panel in the freezer where you see the drain hole. Clear the ice from the drain hole. It will take a while for the water to start to drain because the ice is deep in the insulation. A small tube is helpful to draw some hot water in and stick in in the drain hole and squirt the hot water down in the hole.
Posted on Nov 25, 2007
take all the bottom shelves and baskets out of the freezer. look at the back wall of the freezer. youll see a block of ice in a metal pan looking part at the bottom of the rear panel. there is a hole in the bottom of that pan. thats the defrost drain. its clogged. use a hair dryer to get all the ice out then use hot water to flush out the drain hole.
Posted on Nov 29, 2007
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Hi thanks for your question. to unclog. pull fridge away from the wall. remove back cover , clean all coils. let fridge thaw for at least 24 hrs. get small plastic hose to push up the drain tube from the back. blow up yhr drain tube to clear the tube. thanks the appliance doc. please rte my answer, thanks.
Posted on Oct 12, 2008
take out everything and at the lower inside back of the freezer you have a drain ..... pour hot water till it opens / the water comes from you evap when it goes into defrost and it cant get out the drain / Larry
Posted on Nov 25, 2008
You probably need a new door deal for the freezer. When you cet too much condensation in the freezer, it drains down the back of the refrigerator section during the defrost cycle. Check under the produce bins for a drain. If you don't have one, you're not alone. I used to have have to wipe mine out every other day until I finally replaced the seal.
Posted on Feb 02, 2009
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