Question about Refrigerators
The reason why it leaks is because the pipe that discards the water underneath the refrigerator is clogged and must be cleaned. The water normally drains through this pipe into the bottom tray of the refrigerator where this water deposit is supposed to evaporate during normal conditions. When the pipe is clogged then the water does not fall into this tray. Therefore, turn off the refrigerator (power off/ previous taking-out of all food of course!) than go behind the fridge and locate this pipe (plastic hose / if you have difficulty locate at least the tray on the bottom and than locate this pipe / to locate it you can see the little hole on the back bottom of the freezer this is where the water is supposed to get out. Put water into the hole and you can see where it falls). Clean the pipe and the problem should be solved.
Posted on Sep 18, 2008
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