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SOURCE: whirlpool refrigerator has water pooling under crisper

  1. take all things out from freezer
  2. open back wall of freezer
  3. clean the drain hole in the bottom middle
  4. put all back
  5. good job you fix it

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Why is water pooling under right crisper?


On defrost refrigerators water is drained down the sides to an outlet on the bottom of the interior of the unit and then to a tray under the unit, close to the floor, where it is heated and evaporates.
If he hole inside is plugged then the water will pool inside.
Take out both crispers and try to find the location where the water will flow out. It may be plugged with gunk The inside bottom of the unit may have indented runs where the water will be directed to the outlet.

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Water comes off somewhere in the bottom of my fridge. what could have caused it?


When your refrig goes into defrost , the water runs down the back of the refrig ( inside ) and out to the drip pan thru a drain hole under the crispers . If water is under the crispers , remove the crispers and you should see a " cap " covering the drain hole . Sometimes crud will cover the slots where the water is supposed to drain , causing water to pool under the crispers . Just remove this cap , clean , and reinstall .

Mar 20, 2011 | Magic Chef Refrigerators

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I have a new F&P refrigerator model E450RXFD upright fridge only, I have only just got it last week... I have water pooling on the bottom under the fruit and vegetable crisper part ???? any ideas what...


I have the same problem with my E450RXFD, 1st week i got it and noticed it pools water under the crisper. Not too sure what to do about it.

My parents have the same fridge (only 8 years old and theirs does not pool water)

Dec 26, 2010 | Fisher and Paykel Refrigerators

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Whirlpool refrigerator has water pooling under crisper


  1. take all things out from freezer
  2. open back wall of freezer
  3. clean the drain hole in the bottom middle
  4. put all back
  5. good job you fix it

Dec 29, 2009 | Refrigerators

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Bottom of fridge collects water


Hello there:
I have written a few steps for you to follow and try ok?
  1. Manufacturers have different ways to dispose of the water created during automatic defrost cycles. The most common design routes the water down a rubber tube on the back of the fridge to a tray beneath. This tube often gets plugged with breadcrumbs, peas etc. and can generally easily be removed and cleaned.
  2. Make sure the end of the hose is sitting in the defrost tray.
  3. If your hose was not plugged and you have found water running down the back wall inside the fridge or a pool under the bottom crisper has formed. Check if there is a small funnel located on the back wall near the top inside the fridge. It can also get plugged; you can use a small wire and work it in and out of the hole.
  4. Some designs do run the water down the back wall and have a drain hole under the crisper, make sure it is not plugged.
I hope that this has been verry helpfull for you
best regards michael

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Water pooling under crisper trays


The drain is stopped up. take the top apart. The drain is in the middle at the back. get a hair dyer to throw the ice and you will see the drain. Do not break the from duct throw the ice. the drain is behind it. Air the the best way to unstop it.

Ken

Sep 26, 2009 | Refrigerators

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Water/condensation in both dairy tray and bottom of fridge


My guess is you have a blocked defrost drain. The water instead of going down its drain goes down the backside of the frig and pools up under the crispers. Blow out the defrost drain. The only other thing to look for is bad door gaskets.

Dec 16, 2008 | Refrigerators

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Water Is accumulating at the bottom of my fridge....below the vegetable/fruit crispers. The fridge however contiues to keep things cold.


The automatic defroster is supposed to drip down a tube and deposit water into a tray underneath the refrigerator. If that tube becomes clogged with either ice or mold, water is supposed to drip down the back of the refrigerator and go under the crispers, but there is a drain under there that takes it to the tray under the refrigerator. That drain might get clogged with mold or food.

So my suggestion is, try to clear out the drains under the crispers. More difficult, remove the floor of the freezing compartment and clear out the drain there. If it is severely clogged with ice under there, you have a defrosting problem.

In this hot, muggy weather you are likely to get lots of condensation. Good luck.




Jun 13, 2008 | Whirlpool Refrigerators

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