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Water leaking out from the bottom of freezer door.

WAter is leaking from the bottom of the freezer door. Should I take the door apart to look for the leak?

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  • rodger599 Apr 21, 2009

    Thanks for the response. We just purchased this refrigerator used and it had not been in use for awhile so there was not condensation buildup on the door. It has the water and ice in the door and the water tube enters the bottom corner of the door and runs up to the dispenser. Water is dripping from the bottom side of the door when I turn the water on . It stops dripping when the water is off. My concern about taking the door panel off is getting it back together so it seals properly. Is that going to be a problem?



    Rodger

  • rodger599 Apr 21, 2009

    I will give it a try.

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You might take the door apart but try seeing where the water comes from first by drying inside the fridge and really having a close monitoring.

I doubt if it's coming out from the door panel. Except the door does not close well and water drips from the items in the fridge due to loosing tightness.

Good luck.

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Posted on Apr 21, 2009

  • Onifade Adewunmi
    Onifade Adewunmi Apr 21, 2009

    at wont be a problem.



    the door will fit in approriately. just be careful with handling please.



    Good luck and dont forget to rate my solution.



    Murphybanton

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