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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
whirlpool has a problem with the relayoverload thats plugged into the compressor. unplug the frig for about 5 min. then, while standing behind it plug it back in and listen. if you here a hum then a click, then you need to replace the relay overload. remove the back panel. the relay overload it plugged in on the left side of the compressor. very easy to replace
Posted on Nov 29, 2007
SOURCE: Leaking Whirlpool refrigerator
I had a problem with water accumulating on the first shelf and and underneath the drawers in the bottom of the refrigerator. I traced it back to the overflow cup that is located inside the refrigerator in the middle of the top. NOT inside the freezer, but rather in the the refrigerator portion.
Unload the top shelf and place some paper towels near the back of the shelf to catch about a 1/2 cup of water. Gently grab the tab on the overflow cup and slide it towards you. I am willing to bet there is a large plug of mold inside the pipe on the cup that has been blocking the drainage.
Now is a good time to clean up the water under the drawers in the bottom of the fridge and while you are at it, clean the shelves.
Posted on Jun 01, 2008
SOURCE: leak inside and outside
Most times this is because the drain from the defrost is blocked as it goes down to the pan under the refrigerator. I am placing a link that can help you solve this problem. sometimes on different models the cause may be in a different place so let me know what you find. Thanks, Sea Breeze
Posted on May 31, 2009
HI, First thing you do is remove the floor panel of the freezer. Do you see ice?
If there is ice, remove the rear wall of the freezer as well and start removing the ice. There will be down inside the drain hole also. A hair dryer works great for this project.
Please do not use sharp object/tools.
Now that you have the ice out of the drain, There is an after market drain transfer heat strip kit you need to buy and add.
Please let me know if I can help you. I have the kit on my web site www.whirlpoolpartssurplus.com
Posted on Jun 20, 2009
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