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My fridge is leaking from underneath. I don't see a condensation tray under it

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  • Anonymous Dec 01, 2007

    Mine is leaking from the freezer to the fridge...

  • Anonymous May 06, 2008

    My Maytag is leaking underneath. I turned off the water source to the ice maker and the leaking appears to have stopped.




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    Val
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  • Nettyone Jun 15, 2008

    My fridgidaire has frozen water that accumulates at the bottom of the freezer. There is also water that is leaking from underneath. I have a side by side with an ice maker.



    Thank you



    Lynette

  • ukybrit Jun 25, 2008

    My Danby Millennium fridge is leaking and ruining my wood floor. The drip trap on top of the compressor regularly fills up (once a week-ish) and then just overflows onto the floor!! There seems to be no solution other than pull out the fridge once a week and empty the drip tray. I thought of installing a small plastic pipe to drain the drip tray, but too many other jobs to do right now... The fridge appears to be working normally, except for occasional ice forming on the inside back wall. I would like to know what is the likely problem, and if it is fixable. Thank-you, hoping in advance!

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I am afraid the insulation is breaking down on your unit and it is not a worthwhile repair scrap it and buy a new 1 it is somthing that happens with age good luck but it could be a broken water tray that is mounted on top of the compressor if u are lucky they r prone 2 getting brittell and cracking and letting water past good luck

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