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Old 10-31-2015, 08:18 AM   #1
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Residential Fridge

Has anybody removed the fridge on a 390BH-60?


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Old 10-31-2015, 08:44 AM   #2
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oh no.
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Old 10-31-2015, 10:39 AM   #3
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Whirlpool has a fix for the leaking. Saw a you tube video yesterday.


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Old 10-31-2015, 10:41 AM   #4
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Paul,
What leaking??
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Paul,
What leaking??
X2 ??
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X3
I have a leak.
Link to video please?
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The drain tube get blocked up. During the defrost phase because the tube is blocked water builds up under the freezer drawer a periodically overflows and the water leaks on the floor. I did a Google search for Whirlpool freezer leaking or something like that.
Does anybody know how the damn refer is secured?


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The drain tube get blocked up. During the defrost phase because the tube is blocked water builds up under the freezer drawer a periodically overflows and the water leaks on the floor. I did a Google search for Whirlpool freezer leaking or something like that.
Does anybody know how the damn refer is secured?


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Thanks, that is exactly my problem.
Now if I can just find that video
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Here's the link.

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I had the new drain tube installed last week. took it to my local rv dealer ( billy Sims ) and he replaced it for me. and didn't cost that much about 100 or so.
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The problem with the BH floor-plan is the fridge is elevated almost a foot off the floor. I don't know how it is secured so it doesn't come flying out.


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Paul,
Remove the gray plastic vent that covers the bottom of the refrigerator (it just pulls off). On mine, there are black plates that are screwed to the bottom of the refrigerator and to the cabinet. I believe that if you remove those that the refrigerator will just slide out. Not 100% sure but just from what I can see, that should allow you to remove it. I noticed on mine the other day that if you push on the top part of the refrigerator that it will rock back and forth. Seems very unstable to me.
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The problem with the BH floor-plan is the fridge is elevated almost a foot off the floor. I don't know how it is secured so it doesn't come flying out.


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I didn't know that they were elevated. Ours is right on the floor. Need to investigate more about this issue. Wonder if at anytime did they start putting the fix on the fridges from factory. if not need to find a vendor for the kit. You'd think they would give them out !
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Thanks Tom, I'll give it a try.


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Joe, nothin for nothin would be my guess.


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HOOOLD on there Paulie ! Look what I just found. Seems like Whirlpool will pay for the repair. At least parts.

https://docs.google.com/file/d/0BzIi...58820284788009
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Good job Joe. You might be handy to have around. Even if you're not retired.


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Good job Joe. You might be handy to have around. Even if you're not retired.


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HOOOLD on there Paulie ! Look what I just found. Seems like Whirlpool will pay for the repair. At least parts.

https://docs.google.com/file/d/0BzIi...58820284788009
DAMN!! Whirlpool will do the repair for up to 2 years! Mine is 2 yrs and 2 weeks old and the service is closed on the weekends! Will call first thing Monday.
Joe,
Thanks for posting.
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