Question about Refrigerators
Maybe this can help (if it is a no-frost type refrigerator )
Try to locate the drain trough, which is located just under the freezer -section panel sepparator ,at the back (in the refrigerator section)
Prey it out ,clean it ,push a flexibile rod in the drain line to unclog then replace the drain trough.
Or look for a drain hole just above the veggie shelfs on the elevated part,Try to unclog it with a proper tool.
If neccessary mail me firstname.lastname@example.org
Posted on Mar 06, 2008
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