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Unlocking refrigerator wheels
Unlock the wheels? Usually there is a leg with a rubber cap on it that is preventing the refrigerator to move.
remove the front grill and use a flashlight to look at the front Left and right for the leg and see if the wheels are available
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How do I remove the drip tray at the back of the fridge for cleaning.
Without knowing your model# to know which fridge you have makes it difficult to tell you how to do this. Most models have the lower frame supporting the pan and it is not easily removed. It is also very possible to damage the pan if not done correctly so I normally never recommend someone do this! Once it crack, you need to replace it!
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How to take out overflow tray on model#ed5pvexws8. when the ref. defrosts the tray overflows and it run onto the floor. can you take the tray out to empty?
Actually there are two drip trays on your model refrigerator. As your experiencing problems when the unit automatically defects, I am assuming that it's the pan located below the refrigerator.
The plastic pan is not really secured, although there may still be a shipping clip or tape holding it in place if it's never been removed before. After removing the lower front air grill, the pan simply lifts out of it containment guides. (Its mean to to be easily removable to be taken out periodically and cleaned).
However that doesn't solve the problem of overflowing. There really shouldn't be that much melted condensate filling the pan. Without knowing more, I would suspect that there may be an air leakage allowing outside, moist air to leak into the refrigerator/freezer and form more ice than what's normally expected. I would look for a door gasket not sealing completely.
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