Model #2535462240B KENMORE Side-by-Side Refrigerator

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there is ice in the bottom of my freezer, why and what do i need to look for? 2535462240B Kenmore Refrigerator

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I recommend a total defrost..(and it resets frige mini processor ..resets computer).. Check u air dampers to move freely,,remember,,more air circling round inside,the colder the air temps get.. Unless u defrost controlboard going bad. Feezer temp=0 deg fridge=around 38 deg.

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Greg -
December 01, 2013
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ALSO,this was a post I saw today,,, GREG-- Jimmy K EXPERT September 22, 2008 I think the drain tube from the evaporator in the rear of your freezer is stopped up. The refrigerator defrosts every 6-12 hours and the water would run out of the drain pan onto the floor of the freezer. To defrost the drain tube you need to turn the refrigerator control off. Remove the baskets from the freezer drawer. Pull the drawer out and set it on the floor. Remove the cover from the evaporator in the rear of the freezer. This evaporator cover has th fan motor and blade in it and covers the rear of the freezer. Defrost the ice from the drain pan of the freezer with a hair dryer. Don't use a sharp object to remove the ice or frost. The evaporator coil is made of aluminum and punctures easily. Put some towels in the floor of the freezer to absorb the water. When the ice is melted and water is draining through the drain tube, wash the defrost pan with some hot water and Comet or a similar cleanser and let the soap and water go down the drain tube. This will clean any algae from the drain tube.

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Greg -
December 01, 2013
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greg just wanted to say THANKS I did what you suggested and within 10 minutes( after emptying the freezer and removing the back panel) of blow drying the drain, the water was a flowing freely. I also rinsed with a comet solution Thanks again

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ptcruzy -
December 02, 2013
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Natasha12 -
Sears Technician
December 06, 2013
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My water dispensor stopped working and I tried to replace the water fitler but it still doesn't work...even though the ice works fine

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Hi Mere23, While you are waiting for an expert to answer your question, you can visit Sears Home Services Website or contact Sears Home Services Team at 1-800-424-2047. I have provided you with the link below. Hope this helps!

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Dezeray S -
June 21, 2010
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When the actuator is pressed in, listen for a humming noise. If you hear this type of noise, it indicates the valve is getting energized. In this case, disconnect the water line under the freezer door (some water will come out) and now press the actuator again. If water comes out now under pressure, it indicates the water tube in the door is frozen. The tube can freeze if the freezer temperature gets too cold (below zero). In this case usually adjusting the control to a warmer setting will correct it.

If no water comes out when the actuator is pressed and you can hear the valve humming, the water valve # 240531101 will need to be replaced. If you need more assistance, additional details will be needed.

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Scott D -
Sears Technician
June 23, 2010
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