Model #2535436240P KENMORE Side-by-Side Refrigerator

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Size for Kenmore

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Barbara -
July 07, 2013
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I am sorry about the text above. I did some preliminary research on your refrigerator, but did not locate the information needed. The expert will review and provide the necessary specifications. Thank you for using Manage My Life.

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Barbara -
July 07, 2013
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I know how important it can be to have further information regarding your refrigerator. I am happy to help. With the model number I was able to see this is a 22.6 cubic foot unit. I hope this proves helpful. If you need further assistance please feel free to reply back to this thread. Thank you for using Manage My Life.

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Desiree -
Sears Technician
July 08, 2013
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What is causing water to collect and freeze over on the floor of the freezer?

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It is very likely that the defrost drain hole is restricted and frozen over and causing the symptom that you described. Located behind the lower portion of the rear panel in the freezer is a defrost drain trough and a drain hole. The water will overflow the little drain trough when the unit goes into the automatic defrost cycle if it the drain hole is clogged. The water will run down onto the freezer floor and collect and freeze over. Some water may leak out the front of the freezer and down onto the floor. Check for a bad door seal on the freezer door and fresh food door. If the doors are not making a good seal the moisture in the air will condense and drip water below the freezer door.

I recommend checking for a blockage in the defrost drain pan behind the lower rear panel in the freezer. Remove the 4 screws securing the lower freezer panel and thaw and clean out the drain hole. Pour some hot water in the hole and confirm that it drains out and into the defrost drain pan under the refrigerator.

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expert -
Sears Technician
January 04, 2008

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