Question about Refrigerators
There is water collecting in the bottom of the "fridge" and in the vegetable bins. We have taken the "floor" out of the freezer compartment and melted the ice that formed there once when this happened and it seemed to solve the problem at the time. However, the problem has returned. What should we be doing.
Hi: I'll assume this is should be a frost free freezer. If so the defrost drain is clogged and the water isn't getting to the evaporator pan. Without knowing the specifics although it sounds like a top freezer. Look for a drain below the evaporator coils. The will be in the back of the freezer behind a panel. Some models have a drain hose behind the ref. Use a strong solution of clorox and water to clean it out. The parts list or diagram of the fridge will help you find the drain. If you don't have it enter your model no. at sears.com parts direct. I hope this helps, Jeff
Posted on Jun 03, 2009
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