Question about Whirlpool Refrigerators
A couple of thoughts. First unplug the refrigerator and remove the back panel in the
freezer compartment and check the drain hole in the freezer. You will have to unplug
the fan and in some cases remove it to unplug it (Be very careful doing this).
you can use a turkey baster with warm water to check its operation. If the control
panel in the fresh food compartment extends to the back of the refrigerator, then
it also acts as the catch cup and may have a clog in it. Remove the control
panel (4 screws usually) and lower the panel slightly,
unplug it carefully slide it downward and out towards you and look for
clog in the catch cup and inspect the mating seal on the styrofoam as these were
often the culprit as well. (I usually dried them out with a hair dryer on low and siliconed
the mating surfaces on the earlier design that were styrofoam only with kitchen and
bath silicone for a better seal). Test drain with a turkey baster and listen for it
trickling into bottom tray. Then reassemble.
Posted on Apr 03, 2011
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