Question about Whirlpool Refrigerators
ROGER . I have been in the appliance service for 40 yrs / your problem is very common not with just your brand but with maytag jenair / g e / l g and i could go . when the repair service cked it they should have been able to correct the problem . this is caused by 1 or two things . 1 if the valve was bad and does not shut of completely it will drip through and ice the tube. 2 you may have a old style tube . the new ones have the top removed and instead of being a tube they are a trough . this lets the dry air keep it from iceing over . . there is also heater that can be install if the trough doesn't correct the problem . . the ice maker type or style is used by almost all brands . you should not have to put up with this any longer . so do some shopping and find a appl service that knowes how to correct this .. this one is nt rocket sience.. hope this helped . mm Majic **** ) .feed back pls . if you need more info like the valve # or the tube # to use i will need your model # .. thanks for ysng fix ya
Posted on Oct 24, 2010
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