What is the correct tube drain for this model ?
Answer Hello Mary. Part# W10619951 is the correct drain tube for your model.
This is my first encounter with this type of refrigerator freezer.
freezer on bottom ice forming below baskets. water seems to be coming from bottom of door, can see water drip, bottom of door wet but is dry from gasket up. any ideas on where water may be coming from. As always, Thanks for your help. Curt
The water is coming from the drain trough for the defrost. If you remove the rear cover of the freezer compartment you will see ice built up under the evaporator which will need to be cleared. Then pull the unit out from the wall and remove the compressor cover. Unplug the unit and there is a nipple on the drain that you need to pull off. Once off make the opening of the duckbill to where is not just a slit.
Bottom freezer is building up ice under basket and melting and running out of the bottom of the door. Someone told me it is a drain tube called a duck bill. Not sure about that.
Answer Frank, Your refrigerator should have a "standoff" molded into the bottom of the drip pan W10296784. Make sure the end of the drain tube is slipped over the stand off and not pressed down to far. The drain tube when installed properly will allow the defrost water to drain/drip into the pan, but should not allow room or compressor compartment air (warm air) migrate up the tube into the freezer compartment. You most likely have something blocking the drain pan opening or may have something clogging the tube. Hot water and a turkey basted works pretty good for clearing and stoppage in the tube or pan.