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Old 05-26-2013, 11:46 AM
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My 36" Viking All Refrigerator is dripping onto the floor instead of the pan. I would imagine the drain line is clogged.

Can anyone please tell me where to find the drain line or how to clean it?

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Old 05-28-2013, 05:42 AM
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Are service manuals available for Viking?
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Are service manuals available for Viking?
Yes but only for authorized servicers. Your evaporator is located on the back wall at the top. There is a drain trough under the evap and the drain tube is on the left. It's not common for the drain to be clogged due to its location.

A little lower than half way down on the rear wall look for icing. There is a secondary evap that could be iced over due to a refrigerant leak or failed fan.
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Yes but only for authorized servicers. Your evaporator is located on the back wall at the top. There is a drain trough under the evap and the drain tube is on the left. It's not common for the drain to be clogged due to its location.

A little lower than half way down on the rear wall look for icing. There is a secondary evap that could be iced over due to a refrigerant leak or failed fan.
Thanks for your reply. Is this accessible from inside or will I need to pull the unit out of the cabinet?
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Does anyone else have any insight on how to access the drain line on a Viking refrigerator?
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