Question about Whirlpool GD2SHGX Refrigerator
I have tried defrosting the area and removeing any ice and water build up. Other solution here indicated there may be a clog. I need to know how to remove drip pan- some say on newer models it is non removable to clear addition possible blockage of either ice or gunk
Hello, You will be unable to remove the drip pan since it is built in, use a curtain wire, push it down the hole..theres not alot of space but can be done until you feel the clog clear...if it's still iced up use some hot water to defrost the ice before you get to the clog..once you think you got it pour some water down the drain to test it's clear. Hope this helps. Good Luck!!!!
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