Question about Refrigerators
The water under your fridge is likely coming from overflow of the drain pan. When your fridge goes through a cooling cycle, moisture accumulates onto the evaporator, and drips down to the pan. Air flow and heat from the compressor blow across the pan to evaporate the water.
Normally, this is sufficient, and water doesn't overrun the pan. Some causes can be putting food into the fridge that is wet / warm and uncovered will cause more condensation, as will door gaskets that don't seal well and allow an air exchange with ambient air. Also, don't discount that something may have been spilled as well.
Posted on Aug 19, 2010
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