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Defrost Drain Pan Kit

Part Number: AP3777950
MFG Part Number: 5304443219
Made by: Frigidaire
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Genuine Frigidaire part. Frigidaire brands include Electrolux, Frigidaire, Gibson, Kelvinator, Westinghouse, and others. See all items in Refrigerator Drip Pan.
Electrolux also makes various appliance models for Sears / Kenmore

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Part Number 5304443219 (AP3777950) replaces 1064738, 240598501, AH979895, EA979895, PS979895.

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How can I remove the drain pan from underneath the fridge. I am certain this is where the horrible stench is coming from but it appears to sit on top of the compressor? I can not locate a screw of any sort, but there is old, dried caulking type substance all around it. I say old, because when I move the drain pan at all, all the caulking substance is falling off to the ground. I can't stand the smell anymore. Please help.

Bb for Model Number FRT17G4JQ0

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There is water dripping from freezer inside lower refrigerator. I removed the back section of the freezer to be sure the drain tube is clear. It appears the defrosted water is not only going down the tube, but making its way to the air passage opening to the fridge. Both openings are right next to each other. How can i keep water from bypassing the drain opening and over spilling to the fridge opening? Is there a after market fix for this? I am positive the tube is clear of ice and debris. thanks

Larry for Model Number FRT17G4BW3

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I'm having the same problem as another customer. Drain pan that sits on top of the compressor is filling up every 3-4 weeks. The ice maker connections look OK. I replaced the door gasket because it looked worn out but not the freezer gasket since it looked like it was in good shape and keeping a good seal. However, I read from a previous post that humidity could be an issue. The refrigerator sits in an enclosure that only has about 6 inches on each side and rear. I can feel plenty of heat coming out from the sides and of course, the A/C cannot reach behind the frig. Could this be the problem? Too much humidity? I should mention that this problem began with the onset of Summer and that I live in central Florida.

Ed for Model Number FRT17G4BW3

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Water is accumulating under the freezer drawer. When it defrosts, water runs out the from the freezer compartment under the freezer drawer. It looks like something is plugged, either a line or possibly the drain pan. Not sure exactly where it is or how to access it. Water is mainly found on the floor on right hand front of the fridge. Thank you for your help.

Larry R. for Model Number Kitchenaid KFIL27cxsmd

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we are finding it extremely difficult to get the pan OUT. The glue is lose but we can't seem to clear the compressor. What's the problem?

Cindym for Model Number ap3777950

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The refrig and freezer and ice maker seem to work fine, but the drain pan fills up with water within a week and overflows. I suck it out with a shop vac, but it fill up again within a week. The cardboard backing at the rear bottom of the refrigerator is missing and I wonder if that has anything to do with it. Others have complained about the same thing happening to them, but no good answers are posted.

Paul B. for Model Number 253-7480240E

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