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all refrigerators will make condensation it is were evaporator meets air takes moisture out drips down into a pan located on or near compressor it maybe as simple as a plastic hose out of collector pan that will have on some refrigerators a fan .
heat from compressor and fan will evaporate the water.
your problem also can be bad door gaskets letting humid air into it
Check door gaskets make sure it seals check drain pan may have a rust hole or its plastic and may have a crack in it
send us a model # we can tell you were to look
Beeping usually indicates that something has gone wrong. Probably not cooling properly. The water coming out would indicate that the unit has defrosted. Turn the unit back on again and see if the red side is cooling properly. Some wine fridges have independent evaporators which allows different cooling temps in different parts of the cabinet.
The defroster heating elements are burnt out and won't defrost and causes system to freeze up. Then it won't cool. Unplug ice will melt off cooling fins then it will cool till it freezes up again. Install new defrost heating element. Replace both.
try to defrost the unit check the evaporator fan if working good adjust the setting or lessen the setting of your thermostat maybe the thermostat cannot cut off after reaching the temperature setting then start your unit then observe.
check to see if compressor cycles, if so you may have a thermistor problem which is intergrated with control, replace if you can find part. make sure to check evaporator, see if ice is forming if so you have a leak,or dry evap. you have a leak. repar.
hope this helps.
if you hear the compressor tun on but not the fan, replace the fan and you may have to defrost the evaporator coils. if the compressor does not turn on either, it's the thermostat, the defrost timer, or a relay on the main board.
sounds like some one tried to defrost it with an knife. you can order the evaporator thru haier but unless you know how to do sealed system work you will need a qualifed refrigeration company to repair it for you if you provide the part approximate cost in the states is around 300-400 dollars. good luck peyton