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 Posted: Mon Feb 9th, 2009 03:12 am
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Oh wise and merciless Sensei, glasshopper cannot attain balrance unless drain hole not to fleeze over ever again.  Glasshopper begs for guidance...

Roper Refrigerator - Model RT21LMXKQ/Top mount freezer/No blower/Cheapest thing they had/Only 3 years old

I completely defrosted the entire fridge a couple weeks ago and unfroze the drain hole.  I don't think the drain line is clogged because I was able to pour water down it, lots of water, and it came rushing out of the bottom of the tube into the drain pan under the fridge.  The drain is now frozen over again. 

I keep getting water dripping onto the shelves of the fridge in the lower non-freezer unit.  I think there may some kind of heating element actually up in the freezer unit right over the condensation tray that supposed to keep the water from freezing so that it will drain down the hole.  Not sure about that.  If this is the case, is there any way to replace that heating element?

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Is the black bar a heating element?  Is there a fuse for that heating element that may be blown?

 

 

Last edited on Mon Feb 9th, 2009 03:20 am by TMR777