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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
you can remve the lower acess panel (3 screws along teh bottome front panel) too look to see where it coming from. the top also removes with 3 screws along the top of back panel
Posted on Nov 06, 2008
You have a plugged defrost drain. On hot point refrigs this is fortunatley a very easy repair you can do yourself. remove bottom basket and lowest shelf, ( for sake of room you may remove all shleving. I usually only remove the bottom 2) you will see a ledge coming up from freezer floor to under a rear cover. there will be ice build up on this ledge. clear all of the ice you see and you will uncover the drain hole. next flush hot tap water into the drain hole until it is clear. I use a turkey baster or large syringe to do this but you can push your finger in and out kind of like a plunger to clear the blockage then pour hot water thru line until if flows freely.
If you have any other questions leave them here and I'll be glad to assist any way I can. thanks Peyton
Posted on Mar 01, 2009
The pad is an insulation pad to keep heat in the washer. It might be worth pulling the washer out and checking the water feed and drain connections - it's a good bet one of these is leaking.
Posted on Mar 14, 2009
SOURCE: coolant leak 1998 buick external
it sounds like the water pump may be leaking beacuse when runnung the seal is lubricated and may not be leaking at that time but when left over night the seal in the water pump contract and starts to leak. check for stains and leaks with a mirror before starting in the morning i think you will find that it is leaking. don't worry they are not bad to change. good luck
Posted on Mar 24, 2009
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