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All fridges have a drip pan. Pull your fridge away from the wall, pull the lower cover off, and you will be able to locate it with a flashlight

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How do i replace the cracked drip pan in the french door refigerator


  • Unplug the refrigerator from the power source and remove the decorative vent cover at the bottom of the fridge under the door. Some vent covers are screwed on but many just snap onto clip that hold them in place.

  • Pull gently on the exposed front edge of the drip pan and ease it out towards you. The drip pan slides on runners on each side of the bottom of the refrigerator. It may be full of liquid or debris so go slow and steady and then discard it.

  • Line up the new drip pan with the two side guides beneath the refrigerator and slide into place. Use the flashlight if to make sure the drip pan is in the groove on each side.
  • Clean and replace the vent cover by clipping or screwing it into place. Plug the refrigerator back into the power outlet




  • Dec 15, 2013 | Freezers

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    Water is dripping from the bottom of the fridge (slow drip). How do I fix it. I have a Maytag French Door stainless steel fridge (4-year-old) with freezer on the bottom.


    There should be a drip tray catching the defrost water... it may be overfull... Try to remove it and empty it. The tray is actually supposed to have a heat evaporator to dry up the water before it overflows. Your may be fuller due to excessive frost also... from hot temperatures outside or opening the fridge too often or for too long... good luck!

    Jul 24, 2011 | Freezers

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    Not freezing


    Either the defrost circuit has failed or the refrigerant is low - my money is on the defrost circuit.

    Most defrost circuits have three main parts:

    1) defrost electric heating coil
    2) defrost terminator
    3) defrost timer.

    The heating coil and terminator are in the freezer compartment - behind a protective panel. The heater is usually piggy-backed on the freezer coil and the terminator is in contact with the freezer coil to detect its temperature. The defrost timer is a simple assembly of a clock motor with switch contacts that can be located anywhere the manufacturer desires. The timer turns on or enables the defrost circuit every 8 or so hours for up to 30 minutes give or take.

    When the timer has enabled the defrost cycle, the cooling mode ceases; the compressor shuts off and power is sent through the terminator to the heater. The heater warms and melts any ice build up on the freezer coil. The water drips to a pan and flows down the tube to a pan under the fridge - where it is evaporated off. The heater warms the freezer coil until either a) the timer returns to cooling mode or b) the terminator senses a preset rising temperature on the freezer coil. Once either condition is present, power is interupted and heating stops. The compressor is energized through the adjustable thermostat in your fridge. Since it is warm, the compressor turns on and cooling begins.

    If any of the components listed above (1,2 or 3) have failed, the defrost cycle never warms the freezer coil and the ice never melts to clear the freezer coil as intended. Air can not be circulated through the freezer coil since it is choked with ice, so even though the compressor runs, the fridge and freezer spaces never get colder. The adjustable thermostat never sees the temperature you've set so the compressor never shuts off.

    Water dripping in the fridge is melting ice from the freezer space - as the freezer is not getting colder - only the protected space around the freezer coil is.

    To fix this, you'll have to get the service manual or schematics for the fridge to determine where the parts are located and do some troubleshooting with a multimeter after disassembling the freezer compartment and wherever else to access the timer if needed. This is not a good first appliance repair job for a DIYer due to the danger of refrigerant and testing live electrical parts in closed in spaces.

    I hope this helps.

    May 20, 2010 | Kenmore 20.3 cu. ft. / 575 liter Upright...

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    Need to empty drip pan. How do you remove the


    The standard procedure is to remove the plastic grill at the bottom of the front of the freezer and then slide the pan out for cleaning and emptying. Might as well vacuum dust out while your at it. Helps the compressor operate at a cooler temperature.
    Please rate this answer for me. Thank you.

    Mar 26, 2010 | Kenmore 20.3 cu. ft. / 575 liter Upright...

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    Our upright frigidaire freezer leaks water......not all the time...just every now and then


    turn off power to frig or unplug and let it defrost, if water drips inside and no water drips in the pan on top of the compressor after defrost then the drain line that goes to the pan is clogged. also sometimes the pan itself develops a leak, but that will be self evident. If this resolves problem for a period of time and problem returns then probably defrost timer

    Mar 09, 2010 | Frigidaire Freezers

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    Amana 20 - 20 years old. Freezer thawing - refreezing. Fan running very hot in the compressor arae at the bottom. Drip pan full of water - never saw that before.


    IT SOUNDS LIKE YOU HAVE DEFINITE ISSUE WITH YOUR COMPRESSOR, IT MAY BE CONSTANTLY RUNNING OR RUNNING TOO OFTEN, THIS WOULD CAUSE THE LARGE AMOUNT OF HEAT COMING FORM THE BOTTOM. IF YOUR COMPRESSOR IS RUNNING TOO MUCH YOU WILL ALSO GET AN EXCESS AMOUNT OF WATER EVAPORATING DUE TO CONDENSATION ON THE EVAPORATOR COILS THEREFORE FILLING UP YOUR DRAIN PAN THAT MUCH QUICKER. YOUR FRIDGES COMPRESSOR MAY BE ON THE WAY OUT BUT YOUR FRIDGE SOUNDS LIKE IT'S WORKING THE WAY IT SHOULD BE.HOPE THIS HELPS

    THANKS

    Oct 12, 2009 | Amana Freezers

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    Fridge constantly dripping wet


    water inside, too much condensation from humid air entering fridge from bad seals. replace the seals. could also be that the condensate drain is clogged. if it's leaking from the bottom of the fridge, make sure the tubing is still inside the condensate pan underneath the fridge.

    Aug 24, 2009 | Whirlpool Freezers

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    DRIP PAN


    Can you provide me with the make and model of your fridge plz so we can start to fix this problem for you.
    Thank you.

    Wouter.

    Sep 07, 2008 | Frigidaire 13.7 cu. ft. / 388 liter...

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    Kelvinator fridge


    The freezer defrosts every day. the puddle is from that. It is supposed to go into a pan at the bottom and evaporate. You need to look at the pan and determine if it has a hole or the drain hose is leaking somewhere.

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