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FRT21HR6AB3 SELF DEFROTING DRAIN APPEARS PLUGGED'' BOTH FRI AND FREEZE UNIT WORK BUT WATER FROM FREEZER DEFORST RUNS INTO FRG UNIT. HOW DO I UNSTOP

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Either pour hot water into hole or i have always removed rear wall. your drain hole is located under the evaporator. take long metal hanger and poke out restriction. very common problem

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