Question about GE Refrigerators
I pulled fridge out and found adapter on the back top right corner had come out and was leaking water. This is secured only with an adhesive which came unglued. I put it back in place and when water flowed it poured out the side. I went to home depot and they do not sell this part. I also found the same model they had for sale, but they had a metal bracket screwed in place where mine doesnt. Where can I find what I need to stop the leak?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Most likely you're correct, the defrost cycle produces water that is supposed to be captured in a holding tray, pan, etc. If the pan is cracked it would leak out or if the drip tube (pipe) is not in place it would miss the pan. It may be easier to remove the contents of the small frige and tip it over some to see what you can down there. I assume this small unit doesn't have any water souce to it (no ice maker or water). Check the tubing for damage and see if you can find the holding pan to inspect for crackes, etc.
Posted on Nov 10, 2006
we have same problem. The line is not the standard 1/4" but 5/16". Get 5/16" compression coupling with insert for line. Go to small hardware store. Home Depot is of no help. Good luck, I'm trashing mine and getting a unit with only an ice maker, no water in door.
Posted on Aug 22, 2008
SOURCE: water leaking from door
your drain is clogged. if ice isbuilt up in the freezeer floor. when the freezer defrosts and the drain is clogged it has no where else to go other than ouot the front. pull everything out of the freezer and check twards the rear at the bottom. remove as much ice as possibile let set unplugged and door open for 3 hours. then take a cup of boiling water and pour it back there. if it dont drain repeat that process with the water-have a towel ready because if the water stays back there long enough it will get cold. you need to keep the water HOT. ice could be built up in the drain. hope this helps
Posted on Oct 29, 2009
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