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Water leaking on floor from under Mod#TPH21PRS;TPH21PBS

Hi,I have water leaking on the floor under left side(freezer side)as your facing it.It is not a constant leak.I have not looked at it yet as I wanted some insight first as to what and where to begin looking.I do not have the ice maker hooked up to any water supply cause I dont use it.I am getting a puddle of water that seeps from under the fridge and was wondering what you think it could be from?I think everything seems to be working as far as the freezer is freezing and the fridge is cold.Thats about all I can tell so far.Thanks in advance for the help.

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Re: water leaking on floor from under...

I you dont have any water hooked up for the ice maker or for water at the door, about the only thing left is your freezer drain. Look in the back under the freeser side and look for a drain... see where it drains.. over flowing? anyway water could get out from where in drains to?

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Re: water leaking on floor from under...

Check rubber gasket around Freezer door it's probably hardened at bottom and probably not sealing properly allowing air (hot air from outside and heat from under refrigerator) to get in from beneath and causing condensation to build ice, than melt thusly occasional thawing and leakage. Gasket part number wr2yx525

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