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  • majrdf May 20, 2009

    I have the same problem of water accumulating under the fruit and vegetable trays on bottom of refrigerator. I can not figure out the problem.

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If you look behind the panel inside the fresh food section there is a drain coming from freezer and then to outside back and down to a tray next to compressor. The drain is most likely blocked there. Let me know if I am wrong, Sea Breeze

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