Question about GE (PSS26MSRSS) Side by Side Refrigerator
If you look in your freezer down at the floor you'll probably see a sheet of ice that has built up over time. This is caused from the drain line located underneath the evaporator coil which is behind the freezer wall to clog up, usually with ice. Remove the ice in the floor, then remove the bin. Once that is done look at the back wall the n follow it down. Normally you'll see a trough of sorts, but in some models you may have to remove the freezer wall to get to it. Once you have located the trough, clear the ice from it, and located the drain hole. To clear the ice from the drain itself you can use hot water, a hair dryer, or a screw driver and tap it out. If you use a screw driver be careful not to punch a hole in the line. Once water can freely be poured down the drain, you problem is resolved.
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Posted on Nov 08, 2010
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