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How do you get to the hose going from the drain to the condensate pan

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Hello, You can access the drain by removing the panel in back of the freezer, should be a matter of taking shelfs out, removing a few screws. once panel is out drain is located right below the evaporator. Hope this helps, please feel free to comment again if you have any othe questions. Good Luck! Mike

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