Question about KitchenAid Refrigerators
There is a drain hole inside the fridge. The drain hole brings water out toward the evaporator. The drain hole is plugged, probably because of iced water inside the thin drain duct.
Check inside the fridge and locate the drain hole at the back. Usually the hole can be unclogged performing a complete defrost. A faster way is using an hairdryer. In that case the operation needs attention. Hairdryer on cold settings does not defrost in deep inside the hole. On hot you risk to damage the fridge panels. Better removing the food and performing defrost.
If defrost is not enough the drain hole must be unblocked using a thin flexible shaft or a copper wire.
If you have an US or Canada model you can find exploded view using the link below.
Posted on May 18, 2011
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