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Fridge drain not clearing

The condensation drain in the fridge is not draining away even though i cleared it...it's a Liebherr premium fridge freezer any ideas!!! thanks...

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Try clearing it a little better. Use some kind of pipe cleaner then flush with hot water. Good luck

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