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My Samsung model RS267LASH has a small leak coming from somewhere on the bottom of the refrigerator. Is this normal condensation or a leak?

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I believe it is a condensate leak. every time your refrigerator defrost the water follows a tube to a pan below the refrigerator. Im going to send you the manual and a link to click on to see what will be involved to help you resolve this, Sea Breeze

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    Click Here for the manual=> RS267LASH

    There are many reasons for this happening for example water leaking from a water supply line for the dispenser or ice maker, a crack in the defrost pan, water leaking inside and draining through the refrigerator cabinet, but most are caused by a defrost drain line blockage. Below is a link that may be helpful so try to take it all in and use the parts that most refer to your specific problem, Thanks Sea Breeze
    click on link below
    and here for the instructions on how to resolve the problem=> HOW TO FIX A LEAKING REFRIGERATOR OR FREEZER

    And here for more help=> Sea Breeze

    And HERE=> Sea Breeze Tips

    On page 18 in the PDF manual it has the refrigerator split in half. You can see the drain tube in the drawing on both half's and back at bottom of the evaporator. The manual is very helpful and I can be also if you like. If you have more questions or need help feel free to let me know, Thanks, Sea Breeze

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I was wondering if you could repost the link I can't get it to load, I am having the same problem.

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