Question about Refrigerators
You need about a 9 inch piece of aluminum wire (14-16 guage) about $1.00 from home depot or any hardware store . Remove the rear freezer panel and defrost the drain with a hair dryer . After defrosted , pour a little hot water down the drain to make sure it is clear . Also , use a small hose inserted into the drain hole and blow , to remove any particle blockage . Insert the wire into the drain , using NO force , and wrap the other end of the wire about 1 turn around the calrod heater , to transfer heat into the hole when in the defrost cycle . This will keep the drain clear of ice and let the water go into the drain instead of the refrigerator .
Posted on Aug 01, 2009
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