Question about Refrigerators
I'm not sure which type or model Refrigerator you have, and I'm assuming the water is inside the fridge and not at the bottom drain pan. Sounds as if the defrost drain is blocked.
There are three places where blockage occurs. 1) At the drain, in the freezer and may be iced over due to an obstruction in the hose. 2) In the transition between the freezer/fridge/drain, it may be iced over from an obstruction in the hose. 3) At the bottom back of the fridge where the defrost drain hose meets the defrost pan hose may be blocked. This is where the obstruction is most like to occur.
Posted on Apr 01, 2011
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