Asked by: Clea Wiebelskircherasked in category: General Last Updated: 28th June, 2020
How do you unclog a GE refrigerator drain?
Also to know is, why is there water in the bottom of my GE refrigerator?
When there is water or ice on the floor in front of a refrigerator or pooled in the bottom of the produce drawers on a regular basis, one common cause is a clogged defrost drain. This is true of most refrigerators, including GE models, and can usually be resolved by owners through some basic troubleshooting methods.
Likewise, where is drain in fridge? In most models, it will run down the back of the fridge and enter a water collection tray beneath it. However, there are some types where the drain hose begins at the back of the fridge just below the freezer compartment. Some drain hoses connect to a piece of piping, and some connect to the bottom of a drip tray.
In this regard, how do you unclog a freezer drain?
Unclogging the drain prevents water from building up inside the unit and leaking out onto the floor.
- Unplug the refrigerator/freezer unit.
- Remove any food or objects, like a sliding drawer, that are blocking your access to the drain hole.
- Clear the ice from the drain hole with a screwdriver or a piece of stiff wire.
Where is the drain on a GE refrigerator?
Defrost drain hole located on the back wall of the freezer, just up from where the floor slopes up to the back, in the center. Plastic panel held in place by a screw. Remove screw and panel, and the drain hole will be visible.