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My bottom freezer has a drip inside that freezes at the bottm and I have to clean out every 2 weeks or so. Is my  drain line plugged/ clogged? If so where is it located and the best way to unplug/ unclog it?

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  • Ben Lee Apr 25, 2008

    Will give it a try!  Thank you





  • Anonymous Feb 01, 2009

    The only two panels that look as if they can be removed are located inside the unit. The bottom panel (floor) of the refrigerator compartment is held on with four screws.
    The top panel (ceiling) of the freezer compartment looks like it might come off.

    Those are the only two panels on my unit that appear as if they can be removed. The back (outside rear) of the unit appears to be sealed and so does the inside of the unit except for the two exceptions noted.


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If the drain line is frozen or clogged then you have to remove the back freezer panel and with a hair dryer at the bttom of the evaperator coil thaw the ice that is built up in the evaperator pan ouce you have it thawed you can pour water into the evaperator pan and it will run into the drainpan if you pour water into the pan and it does not run into the pan keep thawing

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