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How to fix small hole on flooring inside freezer

Accidentally tearing the inside flooring area about .5cm by screw driver

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How do I stop freezer from leaking water


A drain plug is a small hole inside your fridge to allow for moisture to escape. The reason its leaking water is because its not cooling the water to ice or its defrosting the ice to water. make sure the door closes shut and turn it up a bit as it has been very hot recently

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GE UPRIGHT FREEZER NOT FREEZING.


Hello Mary;

My name is Peter. I am a retired field service refrigeration technician.

You are locked in the defrost mode. About every 8-10 hours your freezer will go into a defrost mode for 20-30 minutes. This is where all of the components will shut down except for the light.

You have water on the floor because your condenser fan and compressor is shut down.

You did not provide a model number. Your model number is on the inside wall of your freezer near the top. So, I can only guess.

Lets take your freezer out of the defrost mode. In the lower back on the left hand side is your defrost timer (This may also be in the lower front depending on the model). Following is a picture of what a defrost timer looks like.

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The time is mounted on the back of a plate and held on with two screws. The plate has a hole through it to give you access to the round knob on the left. The knob has a slot in it. With a flat head screw driver turn the knob clockwise. You will hear a click. Turn one click at a time until the freezer turns on.

The timer cost about $20.00. You can replace it yourself. Unplug the freezer. Unscrew the timer. Remove the connector on the right.

You need to replace the timer or you will have icing problems.

Send me your model number and I will tell you what the part number is.


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Admiral 2!ADW (2001): ice on the floor of the freezer compartment and floor wet around left front of cabinet


The discharge tube of the unit is blocked (defost the unit totally before doing this process), locate where the water discharge is located inside the freezer,,,usually lower rear of the cab, you will see a run-off chanel to a central point, it may have a small filter 5 - 10 mm hole. Remove the filter and use a piece of edge trimmer cord (500mm long) poke it down the hole till you see it appear in the evap tray located over the compressor located in the rear lower external of the unit, you will need 2 people to complete this process, 1 inside the unit poking and one looking at the collection tray over or by the compressor. you may need to thrust the cord down a couple of times to clear the blockage but it will work a treat...Regards Russ

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Kenmore chest freezer - why is there a 1/2 inch of ice in bottom


Hello. If your freezer is not a self defroster, you must have had a power failure for a few hours that caused a melt with water ending up on the floor of the freezer and then refreezing. IF you have a self-defrost model, your defrost cycle produces some water which should make it's way down to the evaporator tray just above the floor... in your case, the small hole in the floor is plugged and the water is accumulating on the floor rather than making it's way to the evaporator tray. The fix is to clean the evaporator tray, defrost the ice with a blow dryer, locate the hole and clean it out with a couple of pipe cleaners or cotton swabs. Regards, Joe
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Hotpoint fridge freezer icing up freezer and fridge does not work


Does your model have independent thermostats for the fridge & freezer???

If not, could be that you will need to change the Thermostat.
These are not expensive - around £10 if you buy on the Internet.
Easy to fit yourself...just turn off the power, remove the power plug from the wall, then unscrew the 'stat unit from inside near the top of the fridge (some are attached to the interior light) and remove the screw holding the thermostat tube to the rear wall.
Often the thermostat gets a small hole somewhere in the long tube, which then lets all the gas escape, making the stat useless.
You can see these small holes in the pipe if you use a magnifying eyeglass, like the kind Jewellers use.

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I have a fridge freezer and found a small pool of water at back on floor


The drain hole at the inside bottom of your fridge freezer is blocked. locate and unblock

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My walk-in freezer is developing stilagtights (ice castles) on the floor and cieling in front of the evaporator coil.MY drain pan is not plugged when I pour water down it.


You should check for air leaks around the door gasket or any other openings in the compartment such as where pipes or wiring is going through the wall. It sounds like a moisture problem from moisture being drawn into the compartment pass door gaskets or access holes.

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Can I Mount Casters with Screws into Bottom of Chest Freezer?


youyr best bet would be to build a frame that the casters are welded to and there are no holes in the outer shell of the freezer. some L shaped angle would work nicely for this application and then there would be plenty of support for when the freezer is loaded up with product. Be sure that teo of the casters are lockable and two in the swivel freely.

Dec 26, 2008 | Kenmore 14.8 cu. ft. / 419 liter Chest...

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Freezer "leaking" cold water on floor


sounds like a drain clog in the freezer compartment above. remove the freezer rear panel and totally defrost the evaporator area, directly under the evap you see( under all taht ice) a small drain hole that has become frozen over, try defrosting with either a hair dryer( not a heat gun too much heat youl melt everything) or by pouring hot water donw the drain until you get a free flow of water down the tube. after its clear reassemble and you should be fine

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Freezer Defrosting


After a defrost cycle the ice around the evaporator melts, that water goes out and lands in a tray under the refrigerator. But sometimes the tube gets clogged and water spills inside the freezer and if enough water accumulates, it will make it to the floor. To fix this problem look for a small hole inside the refrigerator and open it up using a can of compressed air. Hope this helps

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