Question about Whirlpool Refrigerators
I have a top freezer without an ice maker. Water is coming from somewhere and freezing - sometimes 4" thick before I chip it out. Water also drips down into the refridgerator.
Most refrigerators today are ice maker ready. If the plugs that were installed in the cabinet and freezer compartment that are used to plug the "ice-maker ready" holes are removed, then moisture seeks it's way into the freezer and freezes.
You will need to replace the plugs to prevent this from happening. Do not use tape to cover the holes as most tapes are not watertite. You should be bale to find replacement plugs at your nearest home center, or from the manufacturer of the refrigerator.
Posted on Jan 15, 2009
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