Question about Refrigerators
Most of the time that problem is caused by your drain hole in the freezer being blocked up with food or trash....or sometimes ice. Every 8, 10, or 12 hours depending on your defrost timer you fridge will defrost itself and drain the water under the fridge to a pan. If that drain is plugged then the water runs into the bottom of the freezer and sometimes will leak out onto the floor of your house. Another thing that it could be is the icemaker. Make sure the icemaker is not spilling water all over. If your icemaker is working ok, and there is not icecicles all over then rule out the icemaker. I would bet it's your drain.
Posted on Sep 11, 2009
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