There is a standing water inside the unit under the two fresh fruit baskets which we have to remove once a week, otherwise it runs out on the kitchen floor. This refrigerator does not have any water tubes connected to it.
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Re: Frigidaire Model FRT18DRH
If you have a dispsenser in the door then the most likely spot is that the holding tank has a leak in it This is if the water is coming out of the refrig side ,,,You dident say ....If it is coming out of the freezer then most likely a clogged drain
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Look and see if the air damper called a=> 5304482075 Temperature Control Thermostat is opening and closing after selecting a different temperature. This along with the termostat are what controls the fresh food section temperatures. I am here should you have questions, Thanks Sea Breeze
Your freezer drain is clogged or frozen up with ice blockage. Need to remove the freezer floor liner, usually 2-4 1/4" screws holding it in - slide it out. Next slowly pour hot water over ice build up and melt all ice. The drain is under the evaporator coils (small hole near center) this connects to a pan under the refrigerator that then evaporates on its own. I usually place a couple of bowls inside fresh food area on top shelf to catch excess water dripping through ceiling of fresh foods.
Next you will need to attach a heat probe from the heater under the freezer coils and feed it into the drain in order to prevent freezing up again. Use part #819043 heat probe or strip some #14 gauge copper wire and wrap around heater once and place down through drain. Recommend the heat probe 819043 to get it right the first time.
could just be condensation,which is normall,have you put any uncovered/warm/food or salad/fresh fruit in lately,these all add to the"problem"there is no "fix "other than kitchen tissue under the salad /fruit drawers,and throw away once a week.fridges are not frost free.(condensation in freezer is frost)
The fresh and ready bin is used for fruit. You can place various fruits in the tilt out bin and grapes in the berry basket. The berry basket is made do it can be lifted out of the assembly and run under the faucet to rinse your grapes (it has holes in the bottom). The entire fresh and ready assembly is manufactured by a Whirlpool supplier in Southern Indiana.
One of two things caused this problem, either the drain in the freezer is clogged and spilling over to the air duct and through to the refrigerator, down the back wall and then puddling up under the drawers or the Styrofoam between the freezer and refrigerator is saturated with water. If you remove the inner back wall of the freezer and there is ice built up, defrost it with hot water and a turkey baster, push some heavy weed trimmer line down the drain tube and they should clear the clog. If there is no ice build up, then you probably have the latter of the two problems, the only solution is to empty the unit, turn it off, and let it dry out for a few days with the doors opened. If the problem continues, then there is a significant breakdown of the Styrofoam between the two cavities and there isn't a solution, it is time to purchase a new unit.
Not sure about your model, but most of these style side by side refridgerators use the cold air from the freezer to cool the refridgerator. Sounds like your "flapper" valve is broken. At the top left in the refridgerator there should be plastic shroud. Remove it and your flapper valve should be under it. You will most likely find the flap broken off of it. You may have success using epoxy to glue it or you may have to replace the valve assembly.
yes remove the rear panel in the freezer where you see the drain hole. Clear the ice from the drain hole. It will take a while for the water to start to drain because the ice is deep in the insulation. A small tube is helpful to draw some hot water in and stick in in the drain hole and squirt the hot water down in the hole.