Question about Refrigerators
You can often clear this drain by pouring a small amount of warm water into it. This will clear any ice and help to open any contraction that has occurred in the drain under cold temperatures. Another effective method is to use something flexible like a drinking straw to clear the drain. There should be no need to dissassemble the drain itself.
Condensation is often caused by high humidity or leaving the door open on the fridge. If you find that condensation persists after clearing the drain its important to chech that the door seal is in good condition as these are often at fault and can leak resulting in a build up of condensation. A new door seal can usually be bought for around $20.
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Posted on Jul 28, 2009
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