Question about Refrigerators
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
good attempt, its actually a clogged drain thats backing up and your drain water is not able to leave refrig so it falls to bottom of freezer floor and eventually out the door. romve the items from the freezer and take the lower back wall off form inside, directly under the evaporator under all that ice there is a drain hole, youll need to clear that hole of iec( pouring boiling water down until you get a free flow of water then you can reassemble uint problem solved
Posted on Oct 26, 2008
check the lever in the ice bin. if it is stuck in the up position it thinks the ice bin is full and will not make ice. Just wiggle it to the down position.
Posted on Apr 23, 2009
Every freezer have a drip collector beneath it. Some times it may be filled completely with water thus causing an overflow. Else, the opening to the collector is being blocked by some ice. Also this problem can happen with aging of the fridge. There is nothing you can do in particular in this case.
Posted on Apr 21, 2010
You can easily test your defrost heater with an ohm meter. And most of the time you can test it in the unit. Unplug defrost heater leads on both ends, and then put one lead of the ohm meter on one end and the other lead on the other end. The meter will show you whether you have an open circuit or not. If it is open, then you will have to replace it.
Ohm meters are very cheap under $20, and could save you money if the defrost heater is good. It is also a very good item to have for testing electrical problems in the house or car.
Posted on Jun 12, 2011
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