Whirlpool refrigerator repair- ice in freezer- water on floor Fix. W10314957B , W10314956B
I Had ice in bottom of fridge and water that leaked on to floor this is how I repaired it.

Door removal. Evaporator cover removal.Ice maker removal. Drain pan. Drain heater. Ice removal. Thermostat. Thermistor removal. Door installation. Basket installation. Track assembly installation. Kenmore Maytag.

The Ptrap can be ordered here to replace nipple http://www.whirlpoolparts.com/PartDetail/Drain-Pipe/W10619951/2887289?mr=0.

Whirlpool brands include Whirlpool, Maytag, KitchenAid, Jenn-Air, Amana, Magic Chef, Admiral, Norge, Roper, and others. See all items in Refrigerator Bumper, Bushing, Grommet and Refrigerator Hose Or Tube.
Whirlpool also makes various appliance models for Sears / Kenmore.

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19 COMMENTS

  1. Better than the instructions from the manufacturer I tried to follow a few months ago.. without success. Your instructions were very clear and finally fixed the issue I’ve been mitigating for the last year. Nice job!

  2. This was GREAT! We bought ours in 2011, had it repaired under warranty where they tech did a “hack” and cut open the nipple a little. Today 9 years later, the problem recurred. ONLY to find out there was a class action suit about this manufacturers defect for $21 million. EXCEPT it was only if you had bought the unit within the previous 5 years!

  3. Worked like a charm! I ended up using a hair dryer because we had a huge build-up of ice. And then I had to pour hot water down the drain hole to clear the ice plug. Thanks for the instruction!

  4. Well done! I did use a hair dryer just to speed it up, but didn’t let it sit in one location too long as a precaution!

  5. Instead of using hot to defrost the back of the freezer, do you think I can use a blow dryer?

  6. Question. I’m having this exact issue but with the top part of the unit, so I’ve is collecting on the bottom of the fridge section. Would I check the same thing in the back and where?

  7. So if the refrigerator is working properly, having the drain tray in the back… do I need to always remove the water out the tray from the back or does it evaporate on it’s own?

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