It could be the door seal but the drip pan below the condenser doesn't have excess water running out of it into the overflow pan. I think either the drip pan's heater element isn't working or the tube to the overflow pan is blocked. Someone mentioned that Dacor had had problems with this peice sometime ago. If it is the pan how do I remove it and reinstall the new pan?
ANSWER Hi Mark. Are you referring to the freezer inside evaporator coils ? There is a drain pan under there that may freeze over when the back wall needs to be removed and then you use a dozen towels and hot sink water to pour on it to open it up. Remove the ice bin and shut off the ice maker. Then you use a air tank to blast the drain tube clear. You may need to remove the drain tube from the back to finally remove debris from it. While back there you need to use a condenser coil cleaning brush and a shop vac to remove the dirt from the coils and the brush. Part # TJ103. This dirt will back up into the drain tube and clog it also. Cleaning the condenser coils will insure not boiling the freon and keep the air flow proper. Thank You.
Answered by AppliancePartsPros.com | Friday, January 13, 2012