Hi all, we have a Norcold Fridg in our Kodiak 240bhsl. For a while now the drip pan under the coils has been filling up and then overflowing. I see there is a small "tube" on it that inserts into an opening at the back of the refrigerator, am I correct in assuming this is a drain? I was thinking of taking a paper clip or something and digging in there to try and clear it but wanted to check here first. Any other suggestions?
Well, I just answered my own question. I went out and popped the exterior cover to the back of the fridge and found the drain hose. It has a plug in it. I removed the plug and all the water drained out of the pan inside. The problem is the hose is just hanging in that area. If I leave the plug out it is going to soak the back fridge area seaping into the wood, etc. Why in the world would they do this??
Ok, I'll just need to blow some air through that plug I guess to clear the small holes. I did see a small plastic catch pan in there but because it had nowhere to drain it never even occurred to me that is it!! Thank you all as usual for your help.