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Water is pooling in the bottom of my roper refridgerator.

The freezer is fine. I get a about an inch of water over a weeks time in the bottom of my Roper refridgerator. Requiring me to pull the drawers out and soak up the water. What is the problem?

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Check door gasket all the way around , check water line inside frige behind crisper drawers

Posted on Jul 02, 2009

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