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Refrigerator leaking from freezer section onto floor


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#1 ds@26

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Posted 08 September 2005 - 10:02 AM

Hi,

I have a Kenmore Refrigerator, with freezer on top. Model # 363.9711780. Serial # L 11048721. The freezer section is leaking water out of the front and down to the base of the refrigerator section and onto the floor. A puddle of water greets me every morning. Please help.

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Posted 08 September 2005 - 10:12 AM

Another G.E. frig with the Kenmore name on the front with the defrost drain system stopped up, you will need to clear out the drain system starting with taking the freezer apart and tracing it from there to where it drains into the defrost pan under the box.
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Posted 08 September 2005 - 10:16 AM

Just follow this discussion, same frig with the same problem...if the drawing has a red X in the top left corner it means the "Sears  site is having problems and you will have to keep re-trying to see this diagram when the Sears site has this fixed.

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Posted 09 September 2005 - 12:16 AM

Pegi, just so you know, sometimes the pictures we post to Sears parts site using a image link don't work they don't even come up with an "x" just blank like no picture was even there.

This is a problem with dialup and Sears website, I have real problems getting the big huge pictures to load sometimes. I believe Sears site only allows so much time for a picture to finish downloading then times out and blanks the part that was already loaded.

If you are not on dialup you would never have this problem but on dialup there is a real problem with Sears website and loading their large image pictures, (you know the ones where you have to scroll up/down sideways to see all).
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Posted 09 September 2005 - 03:29 AM

[user=36]Budget Appliance Repair[/user] wrote:

This is a problem with dialup and Sears website, I have real problems getting the big huge pictures to load sometimes.

Sometimes I have to get on the web via my backup dialup connection (Netzero). So I'm keenly sensitive to the need to conserve bandwidth in posts. That's why, on the larger pictures that Pegi and others will post, I'll convert them to a link so that the user can have the option to open the picture if their time and internet connection permits it. Also, pictures that are wider than the normal screen width of the forum (i.e., wider than 600 pixels) push the right margin of the forum out forcing you to keep scrolling right then left to read the sentences in the posts. Hence my parenthetical comments in such cases that the image has been converted to a link for clarity.

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Posted 09 September 2005 - 09:54 AM

I never have problems loading them as I have cable here and at the house, however sometimes they come up a red X on their site in one second, then later they will load just fine, same as when posted, if the Sears site is working ok they will load, if not well there is the red X till it is working ok again....irritating, is why I try to use the images in the WP site since it has not had this problem yet and the image is smaller and can click on it to bring it up to a larger image, but limited on what can get in the Whirlpool Canada site  ....;).
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Posted 09 September 2005 - 09:56 AM

MIght help to know how to convert the image to a link for future use also, please...

Testing ...

Thanks My Afaganistan Friend, was easy....


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Posted 09 September 2005 - 01:56 PM

Hello, Pegi, my converted friend. May I be so bold as to insert a snippet of instruction in this matter? In my mind, I imagine that you are saying "yes" so I shall proceed.

Perhaps going through a practical example would be the most expedient method if illustrating this, would you agree. Very well, scroll to the top of this page where you will see the banner of our illustrious and gracious host.

Let us suppose you would like to make this a clickable link in a post. Hold your mouse over the banner and right-click. If you are using Internet Explorer, one of the options you will see in the right click menu is "Properties" Click this option and a window will appear with information about the banner. The item of interest to us is the address. Simply mark (shft & mouse) and copy (ctrl-C) the address or URL of the image.

Then come back to the post and click the "link" icon in the edit menu bar. Paste in the address of the image which you copied (ctrl-V) and enter the text you would like to use as the clickable text for the link.

It takes many words to explain what is really a very simple operation. Try it, you will see.

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Posted 09 September 2005 - 05:38 PM

Cool is easy, will paste banner all over the place......Thanks Friend.......:cool:
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