Question about Refrigerators
Un blocking drain hole
-You mean from the bottom of the fridge...? If so, the drain pan or the pan that catch the water must be off from the line. Take a look. If it doesn't sit under the drain tube, fix it (move to under the drain tube). So you won't see water under fridge any more.
-But if it's from the Inside. The drain hole is plug. Check and clean it.
Posted on Dec 04, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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It may be your drain hole at the back of the fridge has become blocked.
There will be a channel at the back (or side) of the fridge that collects condensation with a drain hole out of the back of the fridge. The drain hole becomes blocked with mould / gunge causing the excess water to overflow and puddle in the bottom of the fridge.
The hole may be gently cleared with a small diameter rod or stick.
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