Question about GE Refrigerators
The defrost drain is clogged causing the water from the defrost cycle to flow down to the freezer floor. The defrost drain and drain trough are located behind the freezer panel at the back of the freezer wall inside. Remove this cover to get to the defrost drain and remove ice. Do not use any thing that may puncture or damage the evaporator coils because this is what you freon flows thru to do your cooling. Thank you for using fix ya.
Posted on Feb 04, 2010
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