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Im getting water from a drain hose at the bottom of the fridge, is that normal?

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Hi,
Yes, that is very normal and says that your fridge is defrosting properly...

The water from defrosting goes down that hose into a pan to evaporate away...

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Hello, Thank You for using FixYa. I will be helping you today.Yes sounds like the drain tube frozen or blocked.Remove the back cover in the freezer and the drain hole is in the center bottom is it covered with ice? You can use hot water to thaw it or a hair dryer. Im sure its just frozen and be careful not to poke the aluminum evaporator it sometimes takes a little while to get the drain all clear.You will see and hear it drain when its clear.
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Could be a clogged condensate drain. Since you did not give a model #, I will assume this has the freezer on top. When it goes into defrost, the water cannot go down the drain hose to the drain pan and accumulates as ice in the freezer, below the bottom liner and may drip into the fridge. Empty the freezer and open the fridge door. The open fridge door can help thaw the drain. Remove the screws holding the bottom of the freezer liner and remove the liner. If there is ice below it, the drain is clogged. Remove as much as possible by hand and then use a hair dryer to carefully melt the ice at the back of the freezer. Blot up any water from the melted ice and concentrate on clearing the 1/2" hole in the center back. That is the drain. When you think the drain is clear, check it with a large glass of hot water. This can be take some time. When done, reassemble, but also make sure the fridge is tilted to the back by adjusting the legs at the front bottom corners of the fridge. You may have to take the grill off the bottom of the fridge to do this. The legs screw down to lengthen them. Adjust them far enough down that the fridge door swings shut by itself. This will help the water down the drain before the fridge comes out of defrost, starts cooling and freezes it in the drain hose.

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u shd spl ot ur wds fly. Do you mean the water leaks at the bottom of the fridge? If so, you may have a clogged drain hose. Pull out fridge, disconnect power, check & see where drain comes out of fridge, go to front and pour hot water down drain to see if it is frozen. It may be clogged (pea or food). If the drain doesn't work, the fridge will leak. Check the gasket on the fridge door for sealing and make sure it is in good shape.

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drain hose is plugged... the freezer it need to drain water when if goes into defrost .the drain from the bottom freezer down to the bottom of the fridge... there is a pan under the fridge that holds the water until it evaporates

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Mine collects water under the crispers also.


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