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How to clean condensate drain

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A turkey baster with warm water just might do the trick. Good luck hope this helps.

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My Haier Chest Freezer started releasing water from underneath. It´s 2 years old


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This evaporator coil gets all iced up about once a month and quits cooling


Check the condenser coil is clear and clean, and thermostat set about 2 or 3. Also check the fan is running with door closed, and no food is too close to the top stopping the airflow over the evaporator. It may be as simple as a blocked drain backing up - check the drain tube next time it defrosts.

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Side of freezer seems warm


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Don't worry about the line, it is supposed to be the way it is. If you are talking about the condenser coil, located on the back bottom part of the unit, with a small fan in front of it, yes, it is supposed to be hot.

The condenser job is to disipate the heat absorbed by the evaporator (the coil inside the freezer). Make sure the condenser is clean and condenser fan is working, also, make sure there is air circulating thru the back of the unit to help cooling the condenser.

The noises you hear, are probably the defrost coil melting the ice on the evaporator, this function is on a timer and happens 3 or 4 times a day.

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Freezer running all the time


You need to check the Condenser coils, these are copper coils of tubing usually located on the back of the unit near the ground. They need to be free of all dust and grease to work at maximum efficiency and it is recommended to clean them every 6 to 10 months. If they are or have recently been cleaned then make sure the inside fan (if there is one) isn't being blocked by anything and make sure there is adequate airflow throughout the refrigerator.Also you need to make sure the copper coils behind the fan aren't freezing up either. If they are then there is probably a problem with the defrost element. The condensate drain may also be the cause of the problem. To find the condensate drain, remove the panel from where the cold air is coming out and there should be a tube or a hose that allows the condensate to drain out.
If none of these seem to be the problem then you may have a refrigerant leak and you need a certified technician to take a look at it.

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Why would my Chest freezer be flooding my basement while it is still frozen inside


freezers still make condensation like air conditioners. they have a drain line heater to keep the condensate liquid until it exits the freezer. then it goes into a drain pain that usually has the high (hot) side line running through it to evaporate the water and at the same time increase efficiency. you probably have a rusted out drain pan which you can replace. you can make one from sheet metal and just seal the corners with RTV silicone, be careful sheet metal WILL cut you badly, so wear gloves whenever handling that stuff.

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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.

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The door was left open and things thawed out, is there a tray or drain I need to clean. It smells even after I have cleaned it.


there is a condensate pan under the freezer, but when the compressor is on, the heat from the high-side line evaporates it. but still check to see if there is too much.

Jul 29, 2009 | Frigidaire Freezers

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Drain freezes and glacier forms inside bottom


hi thanks for the question the drain hose leading from the freezer is clogged up remove the ice from the bottom pull fridge from wall find small drain tube clean the tube now it will drain into tray vacuum out while your there thanks the appliance doc

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the water is coming from the freezer when is defrosts. the drain line is in the back wall of the freezer and may be clogged up with ice. clean out the freezer and pour some hot water in the very back of the freezer, this will hopefully unclog the drain. if not, then you have to take the back wall out of the freezer to get directly to the drain line. there should just be a couple screws holding it; it is just an aluminum or plastic panel.
 
if you already checked this and think it is a different problem then let me know, i will help you figure it out. 
Mike  

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