Question about GE GSS25JEMWW Side by Side
This may be water from the defrost cycle. if this drains to tray over compressor, check tray is not too full (water evaporates from heat of compressor) otherwise defrost water will go to a seperate container which may have a split or is overflowing. fault can also be caused by poor door seals which would produce too much ice on evaporator pipes
Posted on Mar 21, 2007
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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