Question about Refrigerators
Seems like the drain trough is blocked and overflowing. When the freezer defrosts, water is supposed to run into the trough and then outside to a evaporation tank or dish on the outside. Sometimes bits of food, especially peas and beans etc, fall out and then end up in the drain. You may have to remove the back panel from the inside of the freezer to get to it. The drain trough is across the bottom of the freezer at the back.
Posted on Apr 09, 2015
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