Model #641847 ADMIRAL Side-by-Side Refrigerator

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Admiral HMG641847 refrigerator, how to remove drain hose?

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Refrigerator drain and fill tubes can be difficult to access. I did some preliminary checking here at this site but was not able to locate a diagram in the expert answers or at Sears Parts Direct. The expert will review and respond within 24-48 hours if not sooner.

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Barbara H. -
September 03, 2011
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Thank you for your question. Replacing some parts can sometimes be a little tricky. The drain hose on this model can be accessed and replaced, from the back of the unit. Disconnect the power and remove the back cover panel, to gain access to the drain hose. With the back cover off, you will be able to see the drain hose (# 24 in picture). It should pull loose from the cabinet liner and then it will be free, to remove it.

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 .

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Scott D -
Sears Technician
September 06, 2011
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Are the drain hoses all pretty much the same size? Or would i need to get one according to the brand of refrigerator?

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Anonymous -
September 27, 2011
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The size of drain hoses will usually be the same but the shape of it will vary. The shape can be to help keep air, from migrating back up to the freezer. I recommend getting the one, the model number calls for.

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Scott D -
Sears Technician
September 27, 2011
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Where would i find the model number for it? Can't find the refrigerator manual.

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Anonymous -
September 27, 2011
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The model tag can be in various locations. The most common place will be inside the refrigerator on the side panel. It could be toward the top or behind the crispers. It can also be on the front, at the bottom of the cabinet or on the side or back of the cabinet. I hope this will help you.

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Scott D -
Sears Technician
September 28, 2011
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I pulled the drain hose up some in the front. Because a mouse had chewed the end of it and water seemed to be dripping from there and running down the hose and getting onto the floor. I cut that chewed piece off but water was on the floor this morning. I had a couple paper towels sitting where the water always ends up on the floor. Thought if i just got a little plastic like a u to stick in the end of the hose that'd keep the water from getting on the floor. I was wondering if it's possible in moving/pulling the hose over so the chewed end was over the drain hose that i might of pulled it loose from where it plugs in at the back? And it's dripping from there? The water is getting on the floor right one the side of the freezer side of the refrigerator.

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Anonymous -
October 04, 2011
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I'm sorry you are having this problem. Yes, it is possible that the tube may be loose where it connects under the cabinet and is leaking there. The best method to check this will be, to have someone pour some water down the drain from inside the cabinet, while you watch it from the back, to see where it's leaking. To do this will require removing the back panel inside the freezer. First disconnect power to the unit. Everything in the freezer will have to be taken out, so the panel can be removed. With the panel out, you will see the drain trough directly under the evaporator. Pour some water in the trough, would be better if it's hot water and watch it from the back now, to see where the water is leaking. I hope this will help you. If you would like more assistance, I will be glad to assist you further.

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Scott D -
Sears Technician
October 05, 2011
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We finished putting the new title down on the kitchen floor. But we needed to move the refrigerator and the water line with the union nut on the bottom the metal clip was still on the hose and it got caught under the refrigerator and the clip cut the water line a little. The union nut looks like it's a solid piece of plastic. How do you remove that to cut the water line off where the clip cut it? And where is the clip supposed to attach the water line on the refrigerator?

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Anonymous -
March 21, 2012
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If the union connection does not have screw type compression nuts, then it will be the push / pull type of connection. I'm attaching a picture with instructions of how this type of fitting works. The clip should hold the drain hose in a position, so it will drain ok and away from the fan blade or any hot refrigerant lines. If you would like more assistance, a picture would be very helpful of the union and the back of the unit. If you would like to have a technician check this, you can call 1-800-469-4663 to schedule a tech to come out.

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Scott D -
Sears Technician
March 21, 2012
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