Question about Kelvinator Refrigerators
There is a drip pan under the evaporator coil. This pan is to catch the condensation dripping off the coil. Then the water goes down a drain hose to a re-evap pan. That all being said. What's the problem you have? The first thing I look for is to make sure the hose is still connected to the drip pan. The next and most ofter is the problem is a clog in the drain hose or where the hose connects to the drain pan. We use compressed gas to blow out the clogs.
I would also check the pan for cracks or holes. This should take care of your problem. Also make sure the door and gasket is sealing to keep air and moisture from getting in and making the condensation problem worse.
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