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It must be broken.

Refrigerators | Answered 4 hours ago

Your machine was probably knocked or dropped during transport and something is now obstructing the fan.
Your question did not say what kind of machine you have.
If it is an oven, you might find this link helps.

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Kenmore... | Answered 23 hours ago

The little bucket is to collect water which normally condenses from the air in the fridge as it cools. [This is because each time you open the fridge, warm humid air comes in to replace the drier cooler air inside. Warm air can carry more moisture than cold.] The container is usually placed near the compressor so that the warmth will help it evaporate into the room. But if something in the fridge has spilt or leaked then it will find its way to the container, hence the smell!
I suggest a good clean out of the whole fridge. Be careful as you remove the shelves and/or drawers, and do not scratch the surfaces inside the fridge. If there is a lot of ice, you might need a bigger container behind to catch all the water as the little receptacle won't hold it and it will spill onto the floor.

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Refrigerators | Answered 23 hours ago

Hello. There's a lot of useful info if you search "BOSCH INTELLIGENT 44 FREEZER ICING UP"; especially the video whose name begins "Bosch kgu36645gb/01". This is a pro explaining a lot of things, including how to adjust the drip tray with a screwdriver. You may need to sift through to find what you need. It is important not to let ice build up behind the drawers, since this restricts the airflow between the freezer and the fridge, important for the fridge's proper functioning. If you can't remove the drawers without breaking them, DO A TOTAL DEFROST first!
But if ice is building up, it's likely you have a door sealing problem. If the seal is ok then make sure you push it shut properly.

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Bosch... | Answered 23 hours ago

Your fridge's thermostat (properly speaking, thermistor) is broken - to replace it is a bit tricky, but search the links under "waeco cf60 thermistor replacement" and check the videos given. Be careful not to cut the coolant pipe (!) while you are cutting away the foam to extract the thermistor with its wire. [You'll know if it's damaged as it will smell of gas, and after a while the fridge won't work at all!]

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Have you tried contacting Dometic?

You can find the Manual here:

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It's trying to get your attention.

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Read the Manual:

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Mine is leaking but from under crisper at bottom fridge. No hole there for s drainage! I see hole in back to allow drainage but it drops to where?! Nothing to catch so it fills Crevices at the bottom of their fridge raider floor and then seeps out the corners when full. How ridiculous. Help and I missing something

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