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Blowing hot air

It will blow cool air for about 15 minutes than start blowing hot air is there suppose to be water in the pan at the bottom

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Water in the pan is normal, this is the humidity removed from your space. Pan must be emptied regularly. If the unit shuts down after 15 minutes, you may have a blocked hot air duct. Make sure it is flowing freely. This includes makeup air from outside the room to replace that blown outside by the AC.

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You said, you just opened your fridge a minute ago and it sounded like water or something is dripping on a hot coil at the bottom back of fridge.

It is in the auto defrost mode!
All frost free or self defrost refrigerators use this method of dispersing the water into the air as vapor.
As the water accumulates below the fridge is supposed to blow the water onto the hot coil or compressor and evaporate it away. That's why there are no more drip pans to empty!

If you do not notice any problem in the operation of your fridge
and it is not excessively loud, (Which I do not think it will be under a normal situation )
Your fridge is more than likely running normally and fine!
How old is the fridge and what's the model number?

Thank You for utilizing my advice, Huuum
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