Question about Kenmore Refrigerators
You are right about the source of the water. It is coming from the evaporator coils. When the freezer goes into defrost mode, it melts the ice on the coils. The water is supposed to run out of a drain below the bottom of the floor of the freezer. It is common for these drains to freeze shut. If you clear this drain and remove all of the ice from the pan under the floor of your freezer, your problem should go away.
Posted on Feb 06, 2010
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