Question about GE Refrigerators
The drain inside the freezer is clogged. Your freezer goes into defrost every 8 to 10 hours. When it melts the ice built up on the coils, the water drains out of the freezer from a drain at the back down to a pan located under the fridge. You will need to remove the inside back panel of your freezer. Look at the bottom in the very back. There you will find a slopping place with a hole in the middle.This is the drain. There is something clogging that hole. I have found peas stopping them up. Take a turkey baster and fill with water. Push water into the drain hole then look for anything else that might clog the hole. Put unit back together. Problem solved.
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Posted on Sep 07, 2009
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