If you have a water line running in for an ice maker check to ensure all fitings are tight. Secondly check to see if cooling coils are completely clear and free of debri (this will allow the unit to properly breath and hopefully eliminate your problem)
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I understand that you are getting puddles of water in the back of one of the bottom shelf and in one of the vegetable drawers in your Frigidaire refrigerator. I suggest putting the crisper drawer control on the Hi humidity setting. This should allow more moisture to escape out of the drawer and not cause as much puddling. Also, check your water filter and make sure it is not leaking, as well as any moisture from the ice maker. If further troubleshooting is needed, I ask that you please leave the model number of your washer. Typically, you can find this number inside your refrigerator on the liner walls. Hope this is helpful.
1. A door open partially will cause a frost build-up then thaw and run down to the floor. Check all doors for proper closure and educate other users.
2. An issue with an unhappy animal is quite common
3. Door switch intermittently causing a light to stay on ora fan to not run
4 Ice build up around ice door chute .
5. Water dripping into ice tray and overflowing. Replace water valve.
OK that sounds like Ice may be blocking the defrost condensate drain. I will need your model number to help me to identify your model better but can leave you with some information about water leaking inside the freezer or fresh food compartment. Sears use a model number found around your door frame and looks like this for example 312.56989 Be right back with some links, Thanks Sea Breeze
you shouldn't have to touch that pan the water should evaporate by itself,are you sure you don't have a blocked drain in the freezer?is there ice on the freezer floor?if so melt out the ice in the back at the bottom of the freezer wall and then pour hot water down the drain to see if it's clear if not you have to find something you can stick into the hole to clean it out,i use a steamer to unblock the drain you can get one for 40 bucks it's a shark super steamer,if that's not the problem you could have a cracked water line,you'll have to take off the back panel on the bottom,and check the lines,have someone draw a glass of water while you check out the water line or it could be from the ice maker line if you have an ice maker
We just got rid of our 26 year old Kenmore for this reason. In 26 years I used a hair dryer to thaw out a tube toward the back of the refrigerator. At least in ours when the tube gets frozen shut the water had nowhere to go but in our egg tray.
Check first drain line or water pump to see if they are clogged.
1. Clogged drain line or water pump Check to see if there's something stuck inside the pump or the drain hose connected to the pump (pump is usually located at the bottom and towards the back of the washing machine). 2. Water Pump If the drain line isn't clogged, you may have a problem with the water pump such as a frozen pulley or a broken impeller. If that's the case replace the water pump.