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I usually use very hot water alil at a time onto the hole drain spout, and I have a soft long flexable tube that I insert into the whole ( the condensator) to clean out the blockage and debris. can use coat hanger but be very careful as can damage the tube drain line. unplug the drain line from bottom of drip pan and place towel under it, u can also try to blow into the flexable tubing down towards the drip pan if its not solid
If you have a fridge with water running out the front (bottom area) of the door it is usually a blocked water runaway duct eg the cyclic defrost fridge defrost,s every time it turns off.The water comes from the plate that gets cold in the fridge compartment and when it defrosts the water drip,s into avally which inturn runs away usually through a hole in the back wall and down to the compressor area to be evaporated away, if the hole blocks up the water will run over the top.To clean the hole a cable tie is usually a good solution,just put it in the hole and toggle it back and forth until the water runs away.Another way would be to attach a vacume cleaner to the pipe near the compressor area and **** the blockage through,This will also work for frost free models.Hope This Helps Kind Regards.
The unit comes wih a one year warranty, if you call Samsung they should send a tech to your home free of charge for that first year of ownership. I don't think for the amount of money you would have paid for this fridge you should not be completely happy with it. The problem is that air is getting into the water lines when you use the dispenser at one of the connection points in the water lines. This creates extra pressure so the dispenser spout keeps dripping. you can follow the lines to each connection and make sure they are all tight or dial 1800Samsung to schedule an appointment.
One of two thing. Either the flap is not closing all the way allowing condensation to build up and drip, or you have a seaping water valve allowing water to seep out of the water spout insde the door.
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This is usual. In some refrigerators it is designed that way. It will keep the vegetables etc. in the fridge from drying out. Usually this spout is close to the back wall of the fridge. It is designed such that water drips directly to a small hall on the bottom of the fridge.
It is important that you don't push the dishes or food in the fridge too far back. Otherwise water will be on you food.
This spout should be far back as I mentioned. If, for some reason the water is dripping not close to the back, the spout may have beent damaged or bent. Check to see whether it is OK.