Part Location Diagram of WPW10614158 Whirlpool Evaporator Drip Tray
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Evaporator Drip Tray WPW10614158

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PartSelect Number PS11756735
Manufacturer Part Number WPW10614158
Manufactured by Whirlpool
Product Description

Evaporator Drip Tray Specifications

This is the replacement evaporator drip tray for your refrigerator. It is made of white plastic and is approximately 19 inches by 9 inches. The evaporator drip tray sits below the evaporator to collect dripping water. If the drip tray is damaged, you may notice that your refrigerator is leaking. Because it is made of plastic, the drip tray can eventually develop a crack. You will need to pull out the refrigerator from the wall, and take off the bottom panel on the back of your refrigerator in order to access the drip tray for replacement. This is an OEM part sourced directly from the manufacturer.
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Troubleshooting
This part fixes the following symptoms:
Leaking
This part works with the following products:
Refrigerator.
This part works with the following products:
Whirlpool, Kenmore, KitchenAid, Roper.
Part# WPW10614158 replaces these:
AP6023392, 1105523, W10614158
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Water leaking from under refrigerator.
Water leaking from under refrigerator. Initially believed leak was from filter assembly. Removed filter and shut off water supply but leak appeared at different intervals again. Large puddle of water coming out from under refrigerator. Removed back lower panel and checked for leak, but didn't find any. My wife was also checking for leak and found a crack in drip tray. Only way we could get the drip tray out was to first remove front lower panel, disconnect and remove wiring harness in front of drip tray, unbolt water filter assembly, and unbolt water solenoid unit at rear of refrigerator. Their water lines connect to filter assembly. My wife controlled the water solenoid unit to give me play as I pulled the filter assembly out as much as I could from the front. I could now wiggle the cracked drip tray out from under the filter unit. Replaced drip tray and reinstalled wiring harness, water filter unit w/new filter, and re-bolted water solenoid unit at back of refrigerator. Replaced back lower panel after turning water back on and checking for leaks. Replaced front lower panel.

The reason still had leak after initially turning off water supply was because the drip tray is used to catch the water when refrigerator goes into the defrost cycle. Since the original drip tray had cracked, water only appeared on floor after defrost cycle.
  • Ronald from DELRAN, NJ
  • Difficulty Level:
    Difficult
  • Total Repair Time:
    1- 2 hours
  • Tools:
    Nutdriver, Screw drivers, Socket set
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Cracked Evaporation tray was leaking water on kitchen floor
I emptied refrigerator contents and tilted the refrigerator to the right so as to access the metal panel upon which the evaporation tray was resting. The metal panel is on the left side underneath the refrigerator and the evaporation tray is resting on the panel. I removed 4 screws that were holding the metal panel, pressed down on the panel, slid out the old, cracked plastic evaporation tray, inserted the new plastic evaporation tray, raised the metal panel to its original position, replaced the 4 screws, being careful not to pinched the water line that feeds the ice-maker. VOILA! Un-tilt the frig and re-stock it. It took a day for the temperature to stabilize, due to tilting, I think. New tray $45.
  • Jerrel from REDDING, CA
  • Difficulty Level:
    A Bit Difficult
  • Total Repair Time:
    30 - 60 mins
  • Tools:
    Socket set, Wrench (Adjustable)
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BARBARA
February 22, 2018
Water leaks into the bottom of the freezer
For model number ED5LHEXTD00
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Hello Barbara, thank you for your question. It sounds like the drain tube that takes water from the unit to the evaporator drip tray is frozen. I would recommend defrosting the unit, and pouring a bit of hot water down the drain tube to see if you can free up any ice in the tube. If there is no ice built up in the drain tube and the water is still leaking into the freezer it might have something to do with the defrost parts that keep the unit frost free. Those parts would be Heater, Defrost PartSelect Number: PS11740459, Bi-Metal Defrost Thermostat PartSelect Number: PS11750673, and Electronic Defrost Control Board with Wire Harness and Screws PartSelect Number: PS372261. I would recommend testing these parts if the water continues to collect at the bottom of the freezer. I hope this helps!

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Karen
March 3, 2018
How do you get to the drip tray to clean it?Model # 106.52522100
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Hello Karen, Thank you for your inquiry. Some models will allow you to remove the tray by accessing it from the front, but some manufacturers will tape it in place but you can cut the tape off the tabs, you may have to open up the back to remove part the tape on the back. First, remove the back access panel with a 1/4 inch nut driver, and pull the lower half of the cover away from fridge, then you should be able to pull it out of the tabs and remove it. Next use a 1/4 inch nut drive to remove the screws holding the water inlet valve in place and carefully pull it out and disconnect the water tube. You may have to remove the clamp from the water supply line to allow for some slack. Now go around to the front of the fridge and remove the bottom kickplate-there should be a locking tab on each end, use a putty knife to release the tabs. Remove the water filter housing by first unhooking the support bar and use a 5/16 nut drive to remove the screws holding the housing to the frame. Carefully pull the water filter housing out and set it to one side. Now you should be able to pull the evaporator tray out-it should be located about 6 inches from the front. Then replace the filter housing and kick plate, then reconnect the tube to the water valve and reconnect the water fill line. Hope this helps!

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Charlene
March 24, 2020
Water is dripping at the bottom on the freezer side of the refrigerator. At the very back is a metal grill and behind it the water has frozen. Water is beginning to freeze on the bottom of the freezer right in front of the grill.We thawed out the ice on the bottom of the freezer and behind that grill yesterday with a hairdryer and it appeared to be totally dry. this morning the ice has begun to develop again. the ice machine is working fine and we are able to get water out of the front of the fridge along with ice. the waterline doesn’t appear to be clogged. thank you for any suggestions you may have.
For model number 10652602100
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Hello Charlene, thank you for your question. This is probably an issue with either the thermistor in that area which is Part #: PS11739131, or the evaporator fan motor Part #: PS11742486. If the issue continues after testing/replacing those parts we would recommend checking the defrost heater PartSelect Number: PS11740459 and defrost thermostat PartSelect Number: PS11750673. I hope this helps.

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Richard
February 9, 2018
Do you have any videos for cleaning the condenser coils on this model? We enjoy steve's videos for other items for this refrigerator.
For model number 106.52572202
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Hi Richard, Thank you for the question. Very sorry but we do not a video for cleaning the coils, but you can just vacuum them off with the brush attachment. Glad you enjoy Steve's Videos! We post more almost everyday in hope to help DIY'ers. Hope this helps!

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Mike
October 7, 2019
Water from the drip tray is filling up and running over every 2 days what is my fix?
For model number TS22AFXKQO5
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Hi Mike, thank you for your question. The first part to test would be your water inlet valve. The valve has two solenoids that control either the dispenser or the ice maker. Even if your dispenser is working the ice maker solenoid may not be and vise versa. The valve can be tested with a multi meter and should be reading between 500 - 1500 ohms of resistance. I hope that helps. Good luck with your repair.

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Sean
November 7, 2019
So we needed an odor coming from the fridge recently. We have cleaned it out but still is there. It smells like nail polish remover? I read online that some fridges still use freon? Is this model one of them? If so are there any tips or tricks i can try to get the odor away?Thanks.
For model number ed5kvexvq00
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Good Day Sean. Thank you for your questin in regards to your unit (Model Number ED5KVEXVQ00). We were not able to determine if this fridge uses freon or not and would recommending reaching out to the manufacturer for confirmation. Based on our research you may need to replace the Water Filter (PartSelect Number - PS11722128). You can order this part either online at our website www.PartSelect.com or by calling us by phone at 888-260-4310. Best Regards.

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Jay
August 8, 2019
Water dispenser on fridge door drips. Already changed spigot.
For model number gs6nhaxvq00
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Hello Jay, thank you for contacting us. You will want to consider replacing either the Water Filter Housing part number PS11748615 or the Water Reservoir Tubing part number PS11751727 for your model. I hope this helps and good luck with your repair!

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Laura
May 27, 2022
My fridge dispenses about 1&1/2 - 2 cups of water in to evaporator tray every 3 or 4 days then within 10+ minutes will start to leak and eventually form a puddle on kitchen floor. I suspect leak on to floor is from crack in tray, as it is not overfilling from tray, but can you inform me if the dispensing of that much water is normal from fridge in to tray and if not what would be causing it to dispense that much water?
For model number 10651103110
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Hello Laura, Thank you for the question. The pan might have some water in it from a normal defrost cycle, it shouldn't be more than about one-third full. We hope this helps!

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JAMES
May 4, 2023
The drip pan is filling up with water every other day to the fact to where it is overflowing. Does the water supposed to just sit there or drain out somewhere.
For model number GD5PHAXMS10
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Hello James, thank you for contacting us. In most cases, the water that ends up in the drip pan is from the defrost function. The problem can occur due to a faulty defrost control board, which causes excessive defrosting. You may need to replace your defrost control board, part number PS11753802. Usually, when the drip pan gets full, you have to manually remove it and clear the water. In normal conditions, the drip pan doesn't get full so fast. We hope this helps.

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Leonard
September 9, 2023
Looking for evaporator drip tray
For model number ED2KVEXVQ00
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Hi Leonard, thank you for getting in touch. The evaporator tray you are looking for is part number PS11756735. Glad to be of help!

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