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Have misplaced manual for our Kenmore Freezer Model # 25321741106 Water is leaking to floor. Need to empty tray and defrost, but need advice. There was ice under bottom basket that we have removed. Still ice frozen behind wall. Help!!

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Hi, the manual for the model of the freezer is not available even on the internet.

How will give you some links to guide you through on what to do consigning the leaks in the freezer.

ehow.com/how_4695980_fix-leaking-refrigerator-bottomdrawer-freezer.html.

or

servicemagic.com/article.show.How-to-Fix-a-Leaking-Refrigerator.14123.html.

or


ehow.com/video_112132_fix-leaking-refrigerator.html.

Hope it helped.

Take care.

Posted on Jun 03, 2010

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