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A dryer ( Whirlpool ) , either heats or no heat . If it heats , then the vent is partially clogged , either in the hose , or between the dryer and the outside . Disconnect the vent , and dry a load , checking the air flow . If good , then to the outside is restricted .
you should be able to push in the ring around the tube at the same time pull the tube out
cut about 1/4 in off and push it back into the hose clip
unless your line is craked this should work for most drip leaks
remove back panel inside freezer. you will see a tray at the bottom with a drain hole in the middle and this is blocked with ice. melt ice off with a hairdryer and follow up with hot water till water flows away freely
The back panel does not come off, the cabinet comes off the base. Open and flip the control panel up, pop out the two gold clips, unhook the lid switch harness, and tip the cabinet toward yourself and pull off the base. Boo ya. The leak is goin' down.