Question about Refrigerators
The water is probably from the defrost cycle. Normally, this water is collected in a trough under the refrigerator and a fan blows across it to make it evaporate. Your trough has apparently overflowed.
It may also be coming from the freezer. When the drain line from the freezer clogs or closes with ice, the condensate will run down inside the refrigerator.
Posted on Oct 02, 2009
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