Question about Refrigerators
Water leaks from the spout that comes from the frezzer and drips into the fridge area.
This is usual. In some refrigerators it is designed that way. It will keep the vegetables etc. in the fridge from drying out. Usually this spout is close to the back wall of the fridge. It is designed such that water drips directly to a small hall on the bottom of the fridge. It is important that you don't push the dishes or food in the fridge too far back. Otherwise water will be on you food. This spout should be far back as I mentioned. If, for some reason the water is dripping not close to the back, the spout may have beent damaged or bent. Check to see whether it is OK.
Posted on Jul 31, 2009
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