Question about Hotpoint FFA70 Bottom Freezer Refrigerator
I had water accumulating under our GE refrigerator so I pulled out the fridge to get to the back of it. There is a long black tube that goes to a plastic pan to catch the water and the top of the tube goes into a black U-shaped piece of plastic.
Remove the tube and inspect it. Clear it if it is blocked. The real problem could be a blockage in the U-shaped piece. Simply pull it off, it may have been glued in place, but it should come off easily. You may find that it is blocked. That was what caused my problem. Rinse it and glue it back in place. It cost me about $150 for a GE repairman to find something I could have fixed myself.
Posted on Sep 18, 2008
We did take the tube off that went down the back of the refrigerator next to the condenser, do not know for sure if that will solve the problem as know we need time to determine if the leak has stopped
Posted on Aug 01, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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