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Ice forming at bottom of Daewoo freezer. How do I fix this

It is a Daewoo Fridge/freezer, ERF 365 A ; it is 3 years old and bottom compartment of freezer section has been icing over and leaking water for the past 6 months. I have looked for a drain hole as mentioned in youtube videos but cannot see one. Is this a simple problem to fix or will I need a new fridge/freezer

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Look on the back of the unit for a plastic hose coming out the bottom to a drain pan usually sat on top of the compressor. Bend a straw and push up inside. If it won;t go, there is a blockage, usually ice in the drain. Fully defrost the freezer and blow through the straw until clear.

Posted on Apr 29, 2012

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SOURCE: layer of ice forming on bottom inside of freezer - Samsung fridge freezer

might have the temperature too high .. buy a freezer thermometer and place in freezer

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SOURCE: Leaking frost-free Zanussi fridge-freezer

Has this thing a separate frezer and cooler compartment.
Have tried to completely defrost and clean that thing.
At times like in airco's the pinch valve for the cooling process to effect (expansion) is stuck frozen, or very seldom broke.

Posted on Apr 14, 2009

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SOURCE: Freezer ice making compartment stays in lock mode

the thermostat in the ice machine is not working. its most likely tha the icemaker is a FSP whirlpool it's a lot surer to just replace the hole head and be done with it unless you'd like keep dealing with it.

Posted on Mar 18, 2009

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SOURCE: sheet of ice forms in bottom of freezer

Frost free fidges are supposed to stay frost free because the automatically defrost regularly. When they do this they may drain water down to the bottom of your fridge. Look for a tray that catches this water underneath the unit. Make sure yo keep it emptied. If you live in a very warm climate you may be getting a lot of humidity inside. There may be a switch that you can change for lower moisture.

Posted on Jul 01, 2009

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