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Water build up in bottom of refridge

I have a condo in Ocean City Md and periodically the bottom shelf below the crisper fills with water is this just condesation from the heat and humidity or is it a drain problem? When I pulled the refridge out the drain was completely dry.

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There is a blockage in the drain from the fridge. I am assuming that it is a conventional fridge with ice on back wall. half way down on the back wall, there is a sloping gulley with a drain in the middle. push something flexible down the drain to clear

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I understand that you are getting puddles of water in the back of one of the bottom shelf and in one of the vegetable drawers in your Frigidaire refrigerator. I suggest putting the crisper drawer control on the Hi humidity setting. This should allow more moisture to escape out of the drawer and not cause as much puddling. Also, check your water filter and make sure it is not leaking, as well as any moisture from the ice maker. If further troubleshooting is needed, I ask that you please leave the model number of your washer. Typically, you can find this number inside your refrigerator on the liner walls. Hope this is helpful.

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