Question about Hotpoint Â 14.9 Cu. Ft. Top-Freezer Refrigerator
I would think that the only sources of water would be heavy condensation draining (which would go into the pan, if you had one) OR a possible leak in the inlet line, IF you have an ice cube maker. I would check the inlet line which probably connects to your refrig at the bottom to a magnetic valve (which sometimes leaks and can be replaced pretty inexpensively) and also the line (usually clear plastic) that runs from the valve up to the back of the freezer. It can also crack and/or leak.
Sometimes, if the refrig is too close to whatever is behind it, that will cause heavier condensation. Sorry I can't tell more from your description of the problem.
Posted on Oct 05, 2009
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