Model #10676936400 KENMORE Top-Mount Refrigerator

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Q:

Is my defrosting timer a continuous run timer or a cumulative run timer? 10676936400

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My model number is for a Kenmore fridge. Sorry I forgot that part.

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William -
February 12, 2015
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Thank you for choosing Searspartsdirect.com and being a valued member. I can certainly assist you.

The difference with this timer is the loose black wire that needs to be connected to either terminal #1 or terminal #2. Unfortunately, the diagram for this older model is no longer available. However, to determine which terminal the wire connects to, look to see if there is a white wire connected to the timer. If it has a white wire, the loose black wire will connect to terminal #1 and if there is not a white wire there, the loose black wire will connect to terminal # 2.


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If you do not feel confident repairing this problem yourself, then you can have it repaired at your home by a Sears technician. Here is a link for the website: Sears Home Services .

Thank you for your question. Have a great day. 

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Natasha12 -
Sears Technician
February 16, 2015
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Water drips from under freezer onto shelves. Freezer is cold.model 10676936400. I put a towel on shelf inside non freezer and it gets wet. Partially frozen.

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I can understand your concern over your freezer leaking water. While you are waiting for your expert answer, I did some research on the unit. At this time, I was unable to locate information that would be helpful in regards to your question. Some of these questions that are asked will need specific research and will be answered by an expert with-in two business days but usually sooner.

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Julio -
July 08, 2013
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Thank you for contacting ManageMyLife.com regarding water dripping into the refrigerator section from the freezer. I know this can be a frustrating situation and I am happy to help you today.

Water will leak into the refrigerator when the drain system freezes up. Every time the unit goes into a defrost cycle, water will run down into the refrigerator, instead of down the drain. To clear the drain, remove everything in the freezer so the back panel can be removed. Be sure to disconnect power from the unit. With the panel removed, you will see the evaporator coil and directly under the coil is the drain trough (pan). The trough will probably be full of ice that will need to be removed. With the ice out of the trough, you will be able to see the drain hole which will be plugged with ice. Use hot water to clear the drain hole. Keep working the hot water into the hole and wiping the excess water. This can take quite awhile depending on how deep the ice is. This will need to be done until you get a good water flow down to the bottom drain pan. With the drain system clear, water should stop leaking in the refrigerator.

If you do not feel comfortable accessing the interior of the freezer to defrost the line, service can be scheduled at the following link: Sears Home Services.

I really hope this information helps you today. Thank you for using ManageMyLife.com.

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Korinna S -
Sears Technician
July 09, 2013
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how do I access the drain hose on my Kenmore 106 Top-MOunt Refrigerator?

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First make certain there is no more ice at the top of the drain in the freezer section. If the hole is clear, try to run a solid piece of 12 or 14 gauge wire down the drain. If it goes down a short distance and stops, it means the drain line has caved in. In this case, the drain would not be repairable. In this case, I recommend having a technician check it, to verify if the drain has caved in and is not repairable.

If the wire won't go down the drain at all or less than an inch, there could still be some ice blocking it. In this case, use more hot water to remove it. If you need more assistance, please resubmit your question, with additional details.

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Scott D -
Sears Technician
May 10, 2010
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Thanks, I tried that and the wire goes in maybe 2." I ran it up from the bottom as well and it stops in about the same place. When I look into the hole at the top with a mirror, all I see is black. So, I presume the line has collapsed as you speculate rather than “come loose” as I speculated. There is no ice - the unit has been down for days The refrigerator is in a very remote location so it is difficult to get a technician to come out, difficult to coordinate someone to meet him or her, and expensive. I am very handy and just need someone to advise me the best way to access the drain line so I can verify the problem, order the replacement part, and R & R it. I will sincerely appreciate your further help with this. Thanks again.

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Anonymous -
May 10, 2010
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