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Drain Pan fills and overflows. Cannot get to drain pan to empty. Why the water and how do I get to the drain pan ? Also the refrigirator door maes a loud sound when It's opened and closed. It seems to...

The water is normal....however the evap motor and fan should be drying the water before it overflows. THe evap fan motor may need replaced. You will have to pull the unit from the wall and take the back panel off or tilt the unit back towards the wall and go in from the underneath side. As far as the door might need to tighten or replace one of the hinges.

Sep 01, 2011 | Whirlpool Gold White-on-White 21.9 cu. ft....

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Water fills up my floorboard when it rains. I

"weep holes" are normally on the bottom edge of the door, and will sometimes get pluged up with dirt. these can easily be cleaned out with a toothpick or ice pick. i doubt that this is your problem though. I am thinking that the drian hole to your heater box may be pluged. I suspect that it is your passanger side that fills up. The drain for this is normally found on the fire wall on the passanger side. You can clean this out by running a wire up the hole or tube and try to get the gunk out- be carefull that you don't go wild doing this as you can run the wire up to far and to hard and poke a hole in your heater core. If this is not the case- take a good look at your door seal and make sure that you dont have any gaps that would allow water in.

Oct 24, 2009 | 1998 Chrysler Sebring

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Thumping noise and shimmying 2002 Ford Explorer

Check for a dammaged tire. Unusual bubble in tred or side wall. Replace tire. You could also have a bent rim. Replace if bent

Sep 22, 2009 | 2002 Ford Explorer

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Refrigerator door not closing

look at bottom of door. there is a metal bracket called your door stopper. this only allows door to open so far. if pushed open to far then you bent this bracket. bent back to normal position. your door will close

Jun 21, 2009 | Whirlpool Refrigerators

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Probe and sensors sticking too far out

Yes the probes can stick out from the back oven walls. They look like thin pencils about 6" long. They should NOT be loose. The probes are your temperature sensors. If they become damaged your oven may not work. The probes are generally high up on the wall and to one side...about an inch or so down from the top...and the same from the side. They should be horizontal and not bent at an angle. Some probes run along the side of the oven wall and do not protrude into the baking area. In general the probes (whatever type) should not really interfere with the baking zone

Sep 13, 2017 | GE JKP27 Electric Double Oven

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Optical sensor or valve problem

Your ice maker has an automatic shutoff. The ice maker sensor passes a beam from one freezer wall to the other, automatically stopping ice production when the storage bin is full. When you open the freezer door, you should see a red light on the top right freezer wall.When the freezer door is open or the ice storage bin is removed, the sensor cover or "flipper door" on the left wall of the freezer stops the ice maker from producing ice by blocking this sensor, When the beam is blocked, the red light on the right will blink twice. This is normal operation. as for the blink twice and pause I'm still checking on that. Make sure the water flow is coming from the solenoid valve located on back and bottom of refrigerator to the ice maker. Check the solenoid to see if the magnetic field is pulling the internal plunger open when ice maker ask for water. That can be checked with a multi meter at the wireing going to the solenoid and if the ice optics are telling the tray to fill voltage should be present. Insure that water supply is not restricted before it comes to the solenoid , like a bent line or clogged piercing valve.  Check that an ice cube is not jammed in the ejector arm of the ice maker. Remove jammed ice from the ejector arm using only a plastic utensil so the ice maker is not damaged. Call toll free in USA and a trained consultant will be happy to assist you. 1-866-698-2538

Oct 22, 2007 | Whirlpool GC5SHEXN Side by Side...

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