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It goes through the defrost tube to underneath unit. Poor very hot water in that hole and watch underneath unit where it comes out. If nothing is coming out, then it is still blocked.

GE GSS25JF Side... | Answered on Jul 09, 2020


As it still seems to be operating normally, the water is probably from the defrost drain - either the evaporation tray has become displaced from the position atop of the motor unit, the drain hose is no longer dripping water into the tray or the drain hose has become detached from the drain and the water is running between the cabinet skins saturating the insulation, which is bad...

Kenmore... | Answered on Jul 09, 2020


Igloo would be a possible source.

Refrigerators | Answered on Jul 09, 2020


You will have to defrost the freezer and sponge the water out. Not a fun job by any means.

There is no drain because the manufacturer did not want to have water leaking onto the floor.

Refrigerators | Answered on Jul 08, 2020


Google it. Answer straight away!
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Daewoo... | Answered on Jul 08, 2020


CALL A LOCAL REPAIR SERVICE SOUNDS LIKE THE AIR DAMPER MOTOR HAS FAILED

Swan... | Answered on Jul 08, 2020


Could be a clogged drain, Try using a chopstick (or similar) to ream.

Maytag... | Answered on Jul 07, 2020


My guess is that the drain tube is still clogged.

Hotpoint FFS70... | Answered on Jul 07, 2020


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The purpose of a refrigeration system is to move heat from the cabinet and dissipate it into free air.

When a refrigeration system is working correctly the compressor, some of the pipework and the condenser will become quite warm and hand-hot in some cases - the interior of the cabinet must then become cold unless there is a fault.

If the compressor runs and the condenser doesn't become warm, either the compressor is broken or the refrigerant has leaked away. If the condenser is warm but the cabinet isn't cool enough either the compressor isn't running long enough or the defrost panel is being left switched on.
If there is a doubt about the compressor control, the thermostat and sensors, etc. It can be temporarily bypassed for the purpose of testing the other refrigeration components and system.

General... | Answered on Jul 06, 2020


If your refrigerator has an in-door ice dispenser, the solenoid valve is defective and will have to be replaced.

Refrigerators | Answered on Jul 06, 2020


send the model number?if the freezer is cold but in fridge the top is warm and the bottom is cold it sounds like you have a bad evaporator fan motor,all it does is cold starts in the freezer at the evaporator coil,and the evap fan blows the cold air into the fridge section,warm air rises so if the fan isn't working the cold air will stay down low and the warm air will stay up on top,open the freezer door,if you don't hear the fan blowing in the freezer i would have to say the evap fan motor is bad,if the fan is working one of the doors could have been left open and the air ducts froze up or you could have a damper in your model,it's just a door that opens and closes to let the air blow in but send the model number so whoever helps you can look up your fridge,usually the model number for a sxs is in the fridge section open the fridge door look up on the right hand wall up near the ceiling or in the middle of ceiling and there should be a tag with model and serial numbers just send the model number,

Refrigerators | Answered on Jul 06, 2020


contact maytag service we do not know all we possibly could

Maytag... | Answered on Jul 05, 2020

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