Question about Refrigerators
The drain trough is at the bottom and way way back on the freezer side. After you get rid of the ice you need to get a flashlight and look way in back and at the very bottom of the freezer. You should be able to see the drain trough.It will be frozen, you need to get rid of the ice and then clean out the drain tube.A hair dryer might work to melt the ice but be very carful not to melt anything on the refrigereator.Then you can put hot water in the trough to be sure that the drain line is clear. Hope this helps.
Posted on May 19, 2011
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