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Pull the toe kick plate straight off the front to gain access.

The pan is located under the freezer and accessed by pulling it out from the front (not attached, just sits in place.)

Maytag... | Answered 3 days ago


A sensor tube ( looks like a wire ) in front, at air inlet, is the temperature sensor and many times this sensor is poorly cared for and even broken off by people. It's my guess, this sensor may be the problem for it controls compressor cycling on and off.

Refrigerators | Answered 3 days ago


Theres a few solutions that could fix this. 1st I would let the unit thaw out could have ice built up on the air passage that wont allow the air to travel freely. Some caused by not having a good seal around the door.

Amana... | Answered 3 days ago


Unfortunately, there is no good way I can think of to know without actually replacing the board. I recently replaced fans on a modern fridge (GE) only to be left with the control board being the only likely remaining suspect. Many on the internet posted that they had to replace the board to fix their problems. However, my brother was tired of trying to fix the fridge, and he got rid of it instead.

Frigidaire... | Answered 3 days ago


Did you also clean the filter screen at the input to the water inlet valve? Just a thought, did you remember to fully turn on the water again after valve replacement? It also might be worth disconnecting the line and make sure pressurized water is coming out (with the cutoff turned back on, that is).

Electrolux... | Answered 3 days ago


Usually, this is caused by a stuck or bad evaporator fan. There are several other possible causes. The first thing that comes to mind is low freon.

Refrigerators | Answered 3 days ago


On some refrigerators you must push in first to release the filter.

Kenmore... | Answered 3 days ago


May b old or worn..the evaporator. Condensor n blowr motor cud hav issue causin warm. Fixn all this is more then a new or used

Refrigerators | Answered on Jun 14, 2019


Only frost free models have a drain and that is recognisable by a funnel shaped moulding in the plastic of the cabinet liner terminating in a hole.

Frost free models have a heating element that is switched on briefly after each cooling cycle, melting any ice that has formed over the evaporator. The resulting water droplets are channeled into the drain by the funnel-shaped moulding. The drain leads to a tray fixed to the compressor and the heat from the compressor causes the water to evaporate.

The best thing to check if the drain is clear is a flexible curtain wire and for a good clean a variety of suitably sized brushes are available.
Sometimes the insulation of a fridge or freezer becomes sodden with water and ice tends to build over that area. Where the drain runs through an area of sodden insulation where ice is forming it can be impossible to clear the drain.

Check the outside of the cabinet for cold spots. The presence of a cold spot indicates the insulation is failing and it is time to replace...

LG Refrigerators | Answered on Jun 14, 2019


This LG service manual lists parts in the back pages

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Refrigerators | Answered on Jun 14, 2019

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