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Drain pan of refrigerator is filling up and overflowing onto the floor. This never happened before.

Drain pan of refrigerator is filling up and overflowing onto the floor. This never happened before.

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Maybe it is because of increased humidity inside the fridge. This could be caused by the door not being properly closed or leaking.

Posted on May 31, 2009

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