Question about Refrigerators
Solution 1 is right on, also a door seal or door that has been damaged recently could expand the condensation, but it should still drain through that is why the hole is there, it is a hole that looks like it belongs? Nothing rusted through or was damaged?
If solution 1 is not it, does it have an ice maker or serve water through the door?
If it is not condensation dripping, then one of the many hoses could have broken or come loose, you will have to take the back off and look,
The only water in a fridge is condensation or water pumped in to make ice cubes or serve cold water outside the door.
Check the drain pan and ,make sure it is not full of lint and is overflowing, or check for a blockage of the drain hole, past that, you have the pump if equipped, and the related hoses, there is only a few places to look.
Posted on Nov 20, 2008
The water is probably from the condensor coils in the freezer when the unit goes through a defrost cycle. The water should go to a drain pan under the refrigerator and then evaporate. Is there something blocking the water from continuing to go to the bottom of the refrigerator?
Posted on Nov 19, 2008
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