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#1 Learning2

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Posted 22 July 2011 - 01:27 PM

1. Found ice forming on floor of freezer so I cleaned the drain line. Hope that solves it. Thinking of leaving the condensate cap off the drain tube as seems like this could be problematic. But it must serve some purpose. Should I just clean it and re-install? Or leave off?
2. Since I have the freezer away from the wall I thought I would clean the condenser coils but lo and behold - I guess they are sandwiched between the back of the box and the back of the (inside of the freezer itself). Thus no way to clean. Am I missing something or is this just sealed up to keep me away?

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Posted 22 July 2011 - 03:13 PM

don't worry about the Condenser Coils ...
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