Question about Refrigerators
I found that the entire defrost system had frozen over. to check the fridge for this problem you will need to:
pull out fridge, turn off power, remove cord (whilst at the back check the grills are clean, all dust in the cavity of the house and the condensor is clean and ensure that the 'travel wedge' has been removed from the engine.
remove food and shelves from freezer compartment.
with small (2.5mm wide) standard pop the three white screw covers up from the bottom tray. Undo the 2 philips head screws (with a 2 point screwdriver) Pull tray out. Lot of ice underneath? It's frozen over! you're going deeper!
Remove centre tower by squeezing the sides at the base near the rear wall. remove.
Chisel ice and remove, pour a little hot water down the two funnels at the rear.
To examine how fair the problem is and to let air to circulate you can remove the rear wall and polysterene insulation by removing the panel in the left upper portion with the 2.5mm screwdriver and removing the red, far right socket (this is the fan's point). Use 2 point and remove the 2 screws on the rear wall and remove, remove insulation. You're in.
Let completely defrost, clean up and dry all water and re-install.
Posted on Aug 28, 2009
first check the outlet valve and water pump,,,
these both are common problems...please check it//////
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Posted on Jul 02, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Check the hose or the drain hole in the back of the freezer make sure hose is connect and the drain hole is not plugged
Posted on Feb 07, 2009
SOURCE: bosch fridge leaking water
ok seems here that u have a defrost problem or a buggered evap fan motor ie is there breeze flowing from the cover at the back of the freezer if yes than this fridge has not got a manual defrost control it has an electronic timer built into the main pc board witch means that it could be the defrost element itself or the main pc board is gone looks like u will need to consult a professional to resolve this problem taking into account that there is at least some water dripping into the drip trey at the rear of the fridge at the bottom on top of the compressor if not than it could be a blocked drain
Posted on Sep 10, 2010
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