Question about KitchenAid Refrigerators
As a general rule for refrigerators with top freezer compartments, if you have water
leaking under fridge it usually is the drain line exiting the freezer compartment.
This is accessed by removing (usually 4) screws on the back panel and pulling
the panel forward and unplugging the fan, sometimes it is necessary to remove the
fan seperately and carefully unplug the fan.
in the center there will be a hole exiting the freezer, sometimes with an aluminum
wire in it to help keep the hole de iced. clean this hole out and squirt a turkey
baster or two of hot water in to check drainage. listen for the trickle under the fridge.
Remember to pull crisper drawers out and remove water as it has accumulated below.
If the temp control assembly
goes all the way to the back of the fridge, it may also have a
built in cup which clogs. It detaches by removing 4 screws and pull forward and
down then unplug the unit and slide out. Make sure to unplug unit before servicing.
Posted on Apr 05, 2011
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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