Question about Refrigerators
Water keeps filling the interior of the refrigerator. I assume this must be from the defrost cycle. The fridge and freezer seem to be working fine. I checked the drain hose and it did not seem to be plugged. I dont have a manual anymore and see anything obvious wrong.
Did you blow through drain hose? If so take back plate off youl be able to watch what it is doing.
Yours truly Fxit
Posted on Feb 21, 2008
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