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Water dripping out from the rear of the refrigerator

Water is dripping out on the floor from the rear side of the fridge-constantly

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SOURCE: Fridge Condensation

Check the seal of the rubber gasket, if there are improper seal of the magnet, pour hot water along it to soften the rubber. (be careful when handling hot water). When the rubber is soften, try to stretch it a little by pulling it. close the door and the magnet will keep the seal in place.

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SOURCE: LG LSC27931S Side by Side Refrigerator? water

SOUNDS LIKE YOU HAVE AIR IN THE LINE, DISPENCE A GALLON OF WATER TO SEE IF THIS CURES IT. I HAVE SEEN PROBLEMS WITH THE COUPLER ON THE WATER LINE ON TOP OF THE DOOR.YOU MAY NEED TO REPLACE IT

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SOURCE: defrost water is not draining into the evapataror pan

water not draining in pan in freezer

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this is a common repair on this unit, the defrost drain line is clogged and needs to be cleaned, let me know,

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Just bought an off the floor LG fridge model number LSC27914SB and when I turn it on it beeps. Why is it doing that?

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