Question about GE Refrigerators
There is a condensate pan under the fridge to collect the condensation/runoff from the evaporator coils inside the freezer during defrost. the heat from the hot line coming out from the compressor will evaporate most of the water. if your door seals are bad, there will be a lot of condensation to collect. you'll have to go under the fridge and drain the pan either with a towel to sop it up or siphon it out. you can try to remove the pan, but most of the time it's part of the frame. you should be able to access it from the back.
Posted on Nov 16, 2009
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