Question about Refrigerators
Water keeps collating at bottom of my fridge, there appears to be a plug hole at back of fridge and water is seeping out of this, can you tell me how to stop this problem, should there be some form of plug in the hole, i believe its to do with the defrosting of the fridge
The condensation is natural occurrence of you opening the door and allowing moist air to replace the conditioned air. there is no plug missing, all units are designed with a tube to funnel water to a collector tray where it is evaporated by heat generated from the condenser.
Posted on Apr 05, 2008
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