Question about Refrigerators
The drain is always under the freezer coils. On a lot of side-by-side models you can see the drain without taking anything apart just look at the bottom back of the freezers. On some side-by-sides and all top freezers you will have to remvoe the cover off the freezer coils to access the drain.
Once you access the drain remove all ice that is on top of the drain. Then use a turkey baser to force hot water down the drain untill water flows freely. The mix baking soda with water and pour it down the drain. Check out this page http://www.appliance-repair-it.com/refrigerator-leaking.html
Posted on Oct 07, 2010
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