Layer of Ice on Bottom of Kenmore Freezer Compartment

By R. Kekelis 1 1

What is causing a layer of frozen water (ice) to coat the bottom of my Kenmore refrigerator's freezer compartment? Is it related to the ice maker? Can I fix it myself?

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By R. Kekelis from St. Charles, MO

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By kathleen williams 76 1,661 Flag

April 20, 2010

The frost in a frost free freezer is melted by the appliance twice a day and has a drain to facilitate this the water then sits near the compressor and evaporates away this is where the water is coming from once you start the freezer again it should cure the problem. Good luck.

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By R. Kekelis 1 1 Flag

April 20, 2010

Thanks. So, the drain that the defrosted water goes into is probably plugged-up?

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