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2003 WHIRLPOOL STANDALONE FRIDGE MODEL EL7ATRRKS01 where's the drain plug

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It may be the case that hard water deposits may have obstructed the drainage hole. I have provided a link below that will give you several images of your unit. By reviewing this information, you will be able to locate the drainage system. You will still be receiving and expert response from our team in a day or two. I hope this helps you and have a pleasant morning.

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Henry -
September 10, 2012
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Thank you for your question. I can understand your concern about the water building up on the floor. The drain in this fridge is located in the floor (see # 13 in image). If it gets plugged, the water will build up. Ideally, using some pressure to blow out the drain will usually clear it. A long wire can also be used to clear the drain. I hope this will help you.

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Scott D -
Sears Technician
September 11, 2012
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THANKS FOR THE PICTURES. However, the fridge has a rounded bottom and no visible or tactile drain plug. Is there any better diagram of the drain that's supposed to be there?

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thisissilly1 -
September 17, 2012
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I'm sorry but there is no other image of the drain hose. If there is no drain hose in the bottom of this unit, it would probably be located under the evaporator. The back panel would need to be removed to access, the evaporator. However, I also checked a couple of other models like yours and they also showed the drain hose in the same location, at the bottom of the unit. The model number may need to be rechecked, to verify this is the correct model listed. If it is correct, a technician may need to check this. You can call 1-800-469-4663 to schedule a tech to come out.

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Scott D -
Sears Technician
September 18, 2012
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there is nothing on the floor of the fridge that allows us to see if there is a access plug. is there some secret to getting the top of the plug to be visible. I don't understand the references to hard water, this is all condensation, should't that be mineral free?

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thisissilly1 -
September 21, 2012
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You are correct, there will not be any calcium in the condensation. Try checking under the unit, by pulling it away from the wall, so you can get behind it. Now, check the drain hose to see where it goes up into the cabinet. If it goes up in the middle of the floor then the drain will be located where the image above shows. If it goes up in the cabinet close to the back, then the drain will be behind the back panel inside the freezer under the evaporator. There should not be anything covering the drain in either location. If you still can't locate the drain, I recommend having a technician check it. I hope this will help you.

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Scott D -
Sears Technician
September 24, 2012
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thanks. this is a standalone fridge. there is no feeezer in the unit.

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thisissilly1 -
September 25, 2012
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I'm sorry for the confusion. Yes, I realize this is a fridge. Since it's so similar to a freezer, I refered to it as freezer instead of refrigerator.

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Scott D -
Sears Technician
September 26, 2012
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WHIRLPOOL FRIDGE STANDALONE FREEZING EVERYTHING

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The food freezing can be an inconvenience and ruin the food items. I did some research and I was able to find a link with a similar question. I hope this helps while you wait for your expert response.

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Joseph P. -
June 13, 2012
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thanks. the fridge is a standalone fridge. no freezer. none, not on the side, not on the top or bottom. just a large fridge. i called whirlpool and got some one who told me that they didn't make a standalone frige with out a freezer.. also a parts person who told me the replacement thermostat was $85 plus 16 for freight, and I had to order it right ow as it was the last one. same part avail on the web for $35. thieves.

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thisissilly1 -
June 14, 2012
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I know that it can be very frustrating to have issues with you refrigerator. If everything is freezing, even with the control set on the lowest setting, it indicates the control (thermostat) has failed and will need to be replaced. The thermostat # 4390766 sells for $21.90 not including shipping and tax. It's available at Sears Parts Direct . I hope this helps. If you need further assistance, please reply to this thread. Thank you for using Manage My Life.

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AnneJ -
Sears Technician
June 15, 2012
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I need to know the low side pressure spec for a WhirlPool EL7ATRRMQ08 all refrigerator (no freezer).

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Appliances can exasperate us as we try to find a resolutions to these issues. You will receive a detailed reply from expert within 24-48 hours

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Priscilla V -
May 31, 2011
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Sorry, more information. The compressor is an SF39C67RAU6. It is a Panasonic "Low Back Pressure" model. I found electrical specifications and evap. and other temp data but no pressure info. The frige condensor is mounted underneath. It is clean and has no condensor fan. Thanks again.

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Matt -
June 01, 2011
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Thank you for your question. On an all refrigerator, the low side pressure could be around 15 - 20 psig. The high side around 100 - 120. The amount of refrigerant will be stamped on the model and serial tag. You do not need to add any oil. You can add a small amount of refrigerant and watch what the evaporator does. If it starts to frost further. If it doesn't, it could be a defective compressor. The only way to determine this will be to check the high side also. However, if it is maintaining 36 degrees, this is an excellent temperature and it's not unusual for the unit to run alot and it takes very little current. In most cases, it's better not to get into the seal system unless it stops cooling. I hope this will help you. If you would like more assistance, any additional details will be helpful.

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Scott D -
Sears Technician
June 02, 2011
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Thanks Scott! The low side already has a tap valve on it. About a year ago, while I was away, my wife called to tell me the frige was warm. I had her call someone. The service tech put on a piercing valve and added refrigerant. After he serviced it, the coil was completely frosted. He said it still had a partial charge when he tapped it so he was confident no air had gotten in. It had been running fine since, but about 6 weeks ago I noticed it was running more than it should. I pulled the evap cover to make sure it wasn't iced up, and saw that the coil was only partly frosted. I worked on a side by side once and I remembered the spec being 3 #s on the low side. I assumed that an all frige would be higher but didn't want to add any refer in case it was already too high at 9. I obviously have a leak. But if all I have to do is top it up once a year, I'm not going to try to fix it. I'll add some 134a when I get home. Thank you so much for your time. I'll let you know how it goes.

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Matt -
June 02, 2011
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It took me a while to find an automotive 134a can piercing valve with 1/2" Acme threads to fit the charging hose on my guages at local suppliers. I gave up and ordered one from the internet. I charged it to ~50 psi and bled it back down to 5 3 times and then charged it to 18 psi. Within 15 minutes the entire coil had a nice uniform coating of frost. It took a little over 1 oz of refrigerant for the final 5 psi to 18 psi charge. The next morning the milk was partly frozen (I forgot to turn up the thermostat after setting it to max for the charge.) Scott, I cannot find the total amount of oil and refrigerant anywhere. It isn't on the compressor tag or the model/sn# tag and whirlpool won't tell me. They will sell me an evaporator and/or compressor but refuse to give me the info required to install them. Why are they so stingy with that information? Anyway, I will track the temp and marked my calendar for 3 months to check the pressure. Thank you again for your help.

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Matt -
June 08, 2011
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The refrigerant charge is normally always on the model and serial tag. It's usually the only place this information will be listed. The oil is never listed. It should really never need to have any oil added. Most of the sources will be reluctant to give the information out that you're wanting because this is a job only a trained technician with the proper equipment should perform. A refrigeration system is very delicate and can be damaged or contaminated very easily. The procedures, codes and laws are also very closely monitored now. I hope this will help you.

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Scott D -
Sears Technician
June 09, 2011
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