Question about Refrigerators
The problem is likely a blocked drain from your defrost system. As the system defrosts, liquid water should make its way to a pan in the condenser area under the box to be evaporated. Clearly, something is causing overflow or the tube has broken. You'll have to eyeball it out.
Posted on Nov 15, 2008
Sometimes you have to pour very hot water (and maybe some baking soda) down the drain in the rear of the freezer compartment with a funnel or turkey baster.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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