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I understand that your Frigidaire refrigerator has moisture forming underneath the bottom panel of your freezer and that is causing water to drip onto your shelves. Would you be able to provide me with your model number that way I could research additional information for you please? You can locate your serial tag (which lists your model number) on the inside cabinet of the fresh food compartment normally on the left side of a top mount. On a side by side it can be found on the right hand side. I look forward to your response. -Matt
I understand that you are looking for the drain hole on your Frigidaire refrigerator, model# FFHT1725PS, due to water building up on the shelves inside your refrigerator. There technically is no drain in your refrigerator. There is a drip pan, which collects water from the condenser underneath your appliance. There are some possibilities that are causing the water to build up on the shelves. First, make sure that all containers are covered. Condensation can evaporate from opened containers and create water on the walls and shelves. Secondly, make sure that the drawers that have your fruits and vegetables are completely closed and set to the correct setting. Fruits and vegetables are full of water. Thirdly, check to make sure that your doors are closing and sealing correctly. Moisture can come through an open door or a door that is not sealed correctly. Lastly, if it is hot and humid, make sure that you are not going in your refrigerator many times and holding the door open as well. Hope this is helpful.
Just above the drawers is a drain hole on the back wall. Push a drinking straw or very thin brush down to unblock the drainhole and the water will drain away outside the rear into a pan on top of the compressor
Behind the crispers and the shelves at the bottom is a drain trough. This drain trough is clogged and would need to be cleared by air pressure. You can use canned air you can seal the opening to keep the pressure in the tube. Once cleared you should be fine.
This happens when food or foreign object get into this trough clog or slow water flow out of the fridge section.
Look on the top back of ur fridge. in the middle of it u should see a resetacaple. if it is full of water and over flowing there is ur problem. then u have to check about ur cooling unith if not change the setting of u fridge let the frizzer frezze and the fridge stay a bit warmer
The water is probably condensation. If you are in a humid area and the refrigerator is opened and closed often the humidity in the air will condense on the cool surfaces of the shelves and sides and will run down to the bottom of the refrigerator. If it is very old the door gasket may be deteriorated and leaking air into the refrigerator. Check it by closing the door with a dollar bill sticking out. If you can pull the bill out easily when the door is closed the gasket should be replaced.
open the freezer compartment loo for ice build up on floor of frezer especally towards rear behind back panel. sounds like you have a clogged/frozen defrost drain tube. removing back panel of freezer will give you acess to drain trough, melt away the ice with a hair dryer, youll find a drain hole under there somwhere,pouring boiling water down the drain will clear it pretty quickly( i use a steam machine purchased from the infomercials)
Make sure the door is closing properly, that nothing is trapped in the door seal, and that the seal isn't torn or distorted.
The seals are there to stop moist external air getting in then dropping its load of moisture as it cools.