Ursprünglicher Beitrag von: LadyTech ,
Joe Fontana - 2 ways to clear frozen drain without removing any parts: #1 You can simply unplug the refrigerator for 2 days with the doors open. #2 You can also fill a turkey baster , squeeze bottle etc, with hot water and squeeze the hot water in the drain. Unplug the refrigerator. The drain is located at the bottom of the access panel on the back wall of freezer. You'll notice vents at the bottom of the panel. Shine a flashlight through the vents and you'll see the ice covering the drain pan. That's where the hot water goes. Once melted, squirt hot water into the drain hole until it's clear. Never use a blow dryer! The heat will melt the liner and other components. Be sure the refrigerator is "properly" leveled. It should be -3 degrees to the back and 0 side to side. This slight lean to the back ensures the doors close properly and that it drains to the back. Hope this helps.