Question about Refrigerators
The ice and water-dispensing system of your refrigerator is quite complex. Many components work together to provide the ice and water. Aside from a simple problem of a leaky water tube or a jammed ice chute, most other components are not user serviceable. We suggest that you contact a qualified appliance repair technician for such repairs.
Posted on Mar 24, 2009
Possibly your defrost drain found inside the freezer back wall is blocked. If you could send me the model number I could help you better. Thanks, Sea Breeze
Look at following areas for the model number
Posted on Mar 28, 2009
Hi, I can help you. The drain is plugged in the freezer section. Could I get the model #?
Some models need an after market drain heat strip added.
Please let me know and I can get you through tis.
Posted on May 30, 2009
This is a very common problem and has several reasons that may cause the problem. I have a lot of information that covers the different ways that this takes place and hot to to resolve the problem all on one page. So read the complete page and choose the part that most fits your refrigerators condensate overflow. Thanks, Sea Breeze
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HOW TO FIX A LEAKING REFRIGERATOR OR FREEZER
Posted on Aug 16, 2009
begin by removing the grill on the front at floor level. look under there and you will see the evaporation pan. next pull the fridge out from the wall so you can get behind it. there you will see the tube. to unclog it you will have to disconnect it at the top and force hot water into it using a turkey baster.
Posted on Aug 22, 2009
the defroster isn't close enough to the drain to be effective. remove the back wall of the inside of the freezer, remove the excess ice. clear out the ice from the drain using hot water and a turkey baster. there is a kit from whirlpool that uses a piece of metal and a screw around the defrost rod, but I found out that a piece of 14 gauge solid core wire with the insulation stripped off works great too. stick the stripped wire into the drain, 2 to 3 inches, and wrap the rest around the defrost rod.
Posted on Jan 04, 2010
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