500 or 600 Series Freezer Drain Tube Cleaning
- How to clean a freezer drain tube if it is frozen, clogged, or dirty?
- How to clear a drain tube in a 600 Series prior to serial #1810000
- How to unclog a 500 Series freezer drain tube
- Where is the drain tube located?
- Frozen drain tube
- Food particles in drain tube causing clog
- Turn the unit off at the Unit ON/OFF key.
- Turn the dial on a 500 Series down past 1 to OFF. This will turn off the freezer only.
- Allow the unit to defrost with the door or drawer open until it is at room temperature and dry.
- Watch for dripping water and clean up as needed.
- Remove the drain pan and empty as needed, see Drain Pan Removal.
- The freezer drain tube is covered by a drain trough enclosure that is not removable.
- It is not possible to flush out the same way the refrigerator drain tube can.
- Do not disconnect the drain tube.
- For clogged drains accompanied by the following, contact Factory Certified Service to schedule an appointment for repair:
- Poor temperatures
- Door seal issues
- Service light indicators
- Any other problems
- If these steps do not resolve the issue, no further troubleshooting advice is available. Contact Factory Certified Service to schedule an appointment for repair.
- Freezer Drain Tube Cleaning for information on other models.
- Excessive Moisture, Frost, or Condensation in Refrigerator
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