106.59599992 Drip pan overflows

The drip pan under the refrigerator fills up to overflowing, even after cleaning it out with a vacuum. I initiated a defrost cycle and observed water…

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Freezer cold but wont freeze

My freezer stopped freezing.
I have a two door fridge. The bottom drawer is the freezer. I removed the back panel And the evaporator was frozen…

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Danby dwc283bls wine cooler not cooling

Hello,
My Danby dual zone wine cooler is no longer cooling below 65 degrees in either zone. The compressor is warm/hot to touch. The fan in the back of the upper zone is not running. I believe this is the heater fan or evaporator fan. Should this fan be running? I just replaced the fan and the new one will not run either. Could this be the cause of the lack of cooling? What could be causing this fan not to run?
Thanks in advance
Brian


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Moffat MBC12GAZSS Neither freezer nor fridge are cooling

Hi all, I have a bottom-freezer model by Moffat (a GE flanker brand), purchased in 2013.
Model # is MBC12GAZSS. However this is a model sold in Canada so the # may not appear in your database.

Neither freezer nor fridge are cooling. I’m trying to diagnose the root cause:
– Compressor is working, switches on and off normally it seems;
– Both freezer and fridge fans are working;
– Condensate drain is not clogged
– Fridge is fully defrosted, no ice on evaporator coil.
– Evaporator coil does not get cold when compressor is running
– Defrost heating element does not get warm when compressor is on (seems normal)
– Electronic panel seems normal;
The obvious remaining suspect is the condenser coil, which I should try to clean. But I can’t even see it because it is enclosed somewhere and I can’t see any access panel. It’s not next to the compressor and the bottom of the fridge is a panel without any screws. This leads me to believe my fridge is of the “NeverClean” type, with an encased condenser coil.
So, first question, how do I access the condenser coil to check if it is dirty?
And more fundamentally, any hunches on which other parts might be defective?

Thx in advance


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