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sub-zero..............water in bottom of ff side. 690/s

defrost water sub-zero drain tube

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#1 wingerj

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Posted Yesterday, 02:22 PM

blocked or frozen drain tube right?  Notorious for evap leaks w/iceball in bottom left.



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Posted Yesterday, 09:42 PM

Do you have a better model number???..........It could be a blocked defrost drain tube....OR..... the tube fell off of the drain trough......OR... the tube froze and split....OR.......The sealant sealing the drain trough to the walls has finally pulled away allowing water to pass.........Have you looked at this unit yet??????...The low refrigerant 'Ice Ball' will be in the upper left on the evaporator coil..........heat exchanger on the left side...........Also check the water reservoir, left wall, behind the panel............... .







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