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Water leaks from inside refrigerator

I have a KitchenAide refrigerator.....it has a freezer on top refigerator on bottom. with a ice maker.......the last few days there is water dripping inside the refrigerator from the vents at the back of the refrigerator... it drips down to my shleves then will freeze a thin sheet........if i dont keep it wiped out........

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  • Anonymous Mar 21, 2009

    similar but no ice maker and freezer on top

  • Anonymous May 16, 2009

    Mine does this, too, and freezes items in the back of the fridge that are on the top shelf. I just bought eggs and found the carton completely soaked this morning and the back 3 eggs frozen! The vent or machine parts thingy in the middle of the fridge ceiling and to the back of it has ice crystals forming on it. I dont know what these parts are called or what they're supposed to look like but I don't remember it looking like that in the past.



    What's the problem? (Why would I need to defrost a frost-free freezer?)

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Could be ice is forming at the vents already.

even though it is a frost less refrigerator, in some instances, you may want to defrost it manually or leave the door open for 1 day just to be sure that every ice in the fridge has melted. then plug it back in and observe it.

tnx 4 using fixya,

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Posted on Oct 07, 2008

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