Question about Refrigerators
Your drainage hole is blocked.. empty the bottom half of the fridge and freezer .. you will see a V shaped moulding in the back panel INSIDE each compartment.. smack bag in the middle is a hole that allows the condensate to run away, but sometimes a pea or other obstruction clogs it, so the water cannot run away, but is held back.. where it refreezes, blocking the tube further, and causing the next cycle to run the water into the bottom of the appliance, where it refreezes.. but later thaws and floods.... I suggest you pull out the appliance so you can check the drainage tube(s) by eye.. use a chopstick, and if you can find a cheap shop selling 'bottle brushes' about the width of your little finger, push that up and down it a few times to properly clean it..
Posted on Apr 24, 2017
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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