Question about Maytag MSD2756G Side by Side Refrigerator
Water leaks out the freezer side and I found ice in the bottom which I removed. This has happened before. Need a permanent fix.
In advance thanks for your help.
This is usually caused by a frozen or stopped up defrost drain. Usually every 8 hours the refrigerator goes into a defrost cycle to melt ice on the evaporator, if the drain is plugged up the water has no where to go and usually spills out into the floor. Try unplugging the power to your refrigerator, removing all the freezer shelves, removing the back panel in the freezer and at the very bottom you'll usually see a metal pan with a small hole in the middle. We user a hair dryer the thaw the ice blockage and also pour hot water from a cup into the metal pan. Exercise caution so you don't electrocute yourself by letting water get in the hair dryer. Use common sense and you should be fine. Melt the blockage and reassemble. That should fix your problem.
Posted on May 25, 2010
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