Question about Refrigerators
What is causing water to accumalate at the bottom of the fridge under the drawers?
Assume you mean in the freezer compartment? If so this would indicate that the condensate drain is blocked up. You can defrost in two ways. Safest is to switch off the fridge, put a normal pedistal fan in front of the fridge so that the air blows into the compartment until it has defrosted. Or use a hairdryer. Either way, once defrosted, locate the drain hole and force water through it with a turkey baster. This can be done from inside the cabinet or from the back on the outside. Hope this sorts you. ratemeplease
Posted on Mar 12, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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It may be your drain hole at the back of the fridge has become blocked.
There will be a channel at the back (or side) of the fridge that collects condensation with a drain hole out of the back of the fridge. The drain hole becomes blocked with mould / gunge causing the excess water to overflow and puddle in the bottom of the fridge.
The hole may be gently cleared with a small diameter rod or stick.
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