Question about Refrigerators
In the back bottom of the fridge there is a drain hose. It is supposed to drain water and drip into a drip tray that is heated and evaporates the water. If this drain hose is plugged, it will cause water build up to leak.
One other possible cause is the venting between fridge and freezer is building up with ice. You can remove the farthest rear panel of the freezer to gain access to the venting. You can try clearing it out so it defrosts properly and has proper air flow for cooling.
Posted on Aug 31, 2010
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