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Leaking Refrigerators Can you send me a photo of this problem? I think there should be a bowl that should collect the water from defrost and drain the water down to a pan next to the compressor. If you are unable too place the picture here then contact me HERE I am here to help so please respond, Thanks Sea Breeze
You have a defrost drain that is plugged.You will need to locate the drain and clean it out.Take off the cover for the light and you may see the drain. If not there then pull the refrigerator out from the wall and you should be able to get to it from there.Hope this helped.
Is the unit cooling properly? Its a broken or misaligned water hose that runs from freezer to water reservoir for evaporation from compressor heat. Or there is too much humidity causing lots of water to collect inside and your unit is running all time, it can be a case of door not closing properly.
- Please check the door if its closing properly without any gap. - Any broken pipe inside - Chiller tray flooded or not in its position.
Some units don't have a drain tube. The water flows down the back of the fridge into the bottom and it just makes a mess. It has been a problem ever since they started going "Energy efficient". The drain was a hole and they had to close the holes. If you're lucky enough to have the drain, it will be located inside the back wall of your freezer. The inside walls must be removed. The drain will be in the drip pan, below the freezing coils (fins) in the back of the freezer.
there is a cup in the back wall of the fridge that is the drain pull it out gently and clean it plus take a small hose and blow through the small hole if there is no cup check under the crisper to see if the drain hole is there
This refrigerator look like mine (Picture). Mine did the same thing. If it is the same then this is what I did. Look under the there is a collection tray. This tray collect the water. At the bottom of the refrigerator (Inside where the water collect) is a cap. The cap has cap would have holes or a slot that allow the little water to fall to the collection tray. Mine has slots and was block up. clean it out and that should do it. The water should be able to fall to the tray at the bottom. I do hope this help you.