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Old 07-26-2013, 04:21 PM   #1
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Norcold Refrigerator defrost drain

Have a 2002 Thor Cub with subject refrig. Does anyone have an idea where the the drain line goes. I've been under the unit looking for a tube, can't find one. Thanks for all ideas.
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Look in the back of the fridge. Take the exterior access cover off and look around.
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Mine is 2 way(elec n Propane) set in wall. Can't get to the exterior back panel without taking unit out of wall. Since I'm propane also worried I might mess something up. A Norcold rep e mailed me and said the h500 series isn't frost free. Tanks for reply

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