Question about Refrigerators
Sounds like the drain hole is clogged . If you can see the portion in the back , where the drain hole is , (if you cannot , you may have to remove the rear inside freezer panel , 4 screws , to access the drain ) use a dull bladed knife to remove as much of the ice coating the drain as possible . Being very careful , due to the plastic liner . Once you can see the drain hole , pour hot water into the trough or use a hair dryer , until water will go thru the drain . Use a small hose , inserted into the drain hole , to blow thru , to remove any debris collected in the unseen drain line .
Posted on Sep 09, 2009
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