Question about Refrigerators
Remove the rear panel inside the freezer area you will see the drain located under the condensor if you see ice around the drain or on the condensor like an ice build up then you would have a defrost issue with your unit and you would have to test the defrost thermostat the defrost heater the defrost timer and assure as well that the fan is running usually it is an ice up in the channel that blocks the drain in some units they do also make a small piece of metal that wraps around the heater element and then points down the drain this causes any ice up around the drain to be melted when the heater kicks on if you have any further questions message me back and please remember to rank how this opinion has helped it allows me to help others in similar situations Thanks Rick
Posted on Apr 05, 2011
Testimonial: "thanks i will try this over the week end, although from memory i dont think there is an abvious way to remove the panel. is it screwed or does it pop out?"
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