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Frigidaire Model #FRS22WRC Side by Side leaking

Sir/Madam

My Frigidaire FRS22WRC has water/condensate under the front center of the fridge. It leaks almost daily. What could be the cause?

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Glenn

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  • stjago May 21, 2008

    Yes, there is a sheet of ice at the bottom of the freezer side.

  • stjago May 21, 2008

    What is the remedy for the "iced up drain"?



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  • the_crew17 Dec 28, 2008

    The ice maker has never been hooked up, I hooked up the line and there doesn't seem to be any water getting into the ice tray to make ice. Help.

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Check the bottom of the freezer side is there a sheet of ice???

Posted on May 20, 2008

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    Franklin Ouchida May 21, 2008

    You have a iced up drain...Let me know and I can help you stop it from ever happening again...

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