Question about Refrigerators
The refrig water valve , is seeping . This means that it isn't closing completely , letting a slow drip run down the fill tube and freezing . Replace the water valve (piece the wall water line connects to on the back of the refrig ) and I believe this will solve the problem .
Posted on Sep 25, 2009
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From what you described the defrost drain trough is frozen up. The drain tube or the opening in the drain trough is stopped up with some sort of debris and is frozen over.
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