Question about Whirlpool ER6AHKXPQ Top Freezer Refrigerator
Refridgerator is about 2 years old and yhis problem developed in the last two weeks.
We open the fridge door on Saturday morning 2 weeks ago and there was water all on the shelves and some of it was frozen at the rear of unit.
We cleaned the coils at bottom of unit and defrosted fridge. It seemed alright for several hours but we started to get water buildup on shelves again.
Could you Email me back with posssible solution.
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It has a plugged defrost drain. You may need to defrost for 24 hours with unit unplugged and doors open. UNPLUG FIRST!! f still leaks, you need to remove floor of freezer, then the back wall of freezer. Remove ice. At center rear under coils is the drain hole that is plugged up. Use hair dryer to melt ice. Pour hot water in this area to uncover drain. With hot water in area, you can put a 1/4 diam. hose or copper pipe in drain and blow into it while pressing down. It will slowly go through ice, clearing drain.
Posted on Nov 18, 2007
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