Question about GE Profile 22.2 Cu. Ft. Bottom-Mount Refrigerator - Stainless-Steel
Water is dripping inside my ge profile fridge(freezer floor) #PFS22IS-SS.I pulled back off and no water coming from drain tube in back, they say you need to get to it from freezer through back wall.I would like to do this without breaking any thing like the plastic wall how do i remove it.
I am guess the "-" is really a "a" as you listed in your model#.
This is actually built by LG and stamped GE on the front. So there are two ways you can do this.. The first is to remove the door from the rails, then all the racks, then the rack guides,then the icemaker, then the back wall, then you can use hot water to melt the ice out of the trough (do not use a heat gun because the plastic liner will melt quite easily and be very careful as everything is pretty sharp behind there)
The easier way is to take off the back panel (you would have to do this anyway) and make sure the little black flapper on the bottom of the drain is not all gummed up with lint,pet fur,ect.. Then defrost the unit for 24 hours, unplugged and doors open.
Of course you will need to move your food but your finger,back and knees will thank you!
These tend to clog here anyway and digging the ice out from the inside is a severe pain! Do not cheat the 24 hours and leave the doors open!
Posted on Feb 12, 2018
Hi, Is it bypassing the drain or is the drain plugged? The most common is that the drain hole gets iced up and them overflows onto the floor.
Just wanting clarifcation.
Posted on Jul 12, 2009
Well for one thing that unit was manufactured 10 years ago. But it sounds like the defrost drain is clogged and the water is running down the inside of the unit. The evaporator (not condenser) is on the bottom of the freezer compartment. The bottom panel of the freezer comes out. They are a bit of a pain to do, but can be done.
Posted on Jan 05, 2010
look in bottom at back for drain hole, may be clogged, or even hole frozen over with collected water. Clear the drain hole.
Posted on Jul 30, 2012
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