Question about Refrigerators
I own a chefmate refrigerator 1.7cu ft. There is water on the inside. I came in today and noticed water on the inside. Thought it was from a spill but 4 hours later there is water again. Where is it coming from?
Moisture inside the 'fridge condenses on the coolest parts. Most are designed so that the moisture runs down into a channel and is directed out through a small tube somewhere at the back of the compartment, near the bottom.
I would guess that the tube is blocked near the top.
Try finding the tube and carefully inserting something flexible down it to clear the blockage. Don't use anything too rigid, or anything metallic, as these may damage the tube and cause more serious problems. I have done this before using a pipe cleaner.
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