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Thread: Leaking Water inside fridge (Defrost Drain clogged?)

  1. #1
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    Jan 2007

    Exclamation Leaking Water inside fridge (Defrost Drain clogged?)

    I have a Whirlpool Gold Top Mount Fridge manufactured 11/02.

    About once a week, I am getting water flowing into my fridge compartment onto the top left shelf and down the back to the vegetable crisper. I suspect my defrost drain is clogged somewhere. I have read to clear the line with hot water using a turkey baster but I cannot see where I could possibly put this hot water into. The piece inside the fridge is held on with secure clips and I cannot see how it comes off. Is anybody familiar with this and know where I can put how water down the drain to clear it? Anything else that you can suggest while you are at it?

    Please help, thanks very much!

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    Join Date
    Aug 2004
    McMullen Valley, Arizona



    Check this thread, the Kenmore is made by Whirlpool, so its basically the same as yours:

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