Question about Refrigerators
The drain is most likely plugged or frozen. I suggest defrosting the entire unit and use heat gun or hair dryer on drain tube. Make sure bottom of drain tube is not plugged and that water is dripping into evaporator tray attached to top of compressor. There should be some water in here. If completely dry, then drain hose is plugged. Coathanger helps and heat.
Posted on Oct 01, 2009
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