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My refrigerator water dispenser leaks water in the water pan. The unit is about 10 year old. It just started leaking.How do I stop it from leaking?


If your water filter is located behind the grille at the bottom of the refrigerator the O ring seal is leaking. Happened to me. Get a new one.

Feb 21, 2014 | KitchenAid Superba Architect KSCS25INSS...

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GE side by side leaks water from underneath when you use the water from front door


you need to remove the toe kick panel grille below the front doors on the refrigerator behind this grille there is a connector and it can come loose,also possibly the water valve in the lower rear behind the back panel can leak,have a helper press the door paddle for water and check all these areas for leaks,if it leaks from the door stem where the water line goes up the door to the dispenser,then you will need to pull new hose up to the dispenser from the collar mentioned at first,some refrigerators can not have new hose installed due to the door has been foamed internally at the factory and cant be dis-assembled,then you would need a new door with the hose installed

Apr 08, 2013 | GE (PSS26MSRSS) Side by Side Refrigerator

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Leaking water pump


If coolant is leaking out of the water pump shaft, it needs to be replaced. Cooling system sealer can't stop this type of leak.----------------------------------------------------------------------------------
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Dec 17, 2012 | Cars & Trucks

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Side burner lights but not main burner on gas grill


If you smell gas, don't attempt to light the burner. Instead, turn the gas off and inspect the fuel tank, lines and burners once the smell of has has cleared. Always grill where you have adequate ventilation and perform all repairs only after the grill has fully cooled from use.
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New whirlpool ED2GVEXVD side by side. Water leaks onto floor periodically. Water coming from door is not cold. Also, it is noisy. Any fixes


HI,
Recently, I ran into a wave of broken drain pan for the defrost water. When this occurs, the water leaks out on to the cardboard under the unit, causes the card board to warp and come in contact with the fan motor to cool the compressor. If this is so, you can either replace the pan or seal the pan with tape to prevent it from leaking. I have also notice the water valve is located above the drain pan too, if you have a leak it will over fill the pan causing the same problem. Those are the two easiest places to check first. You can remove the grill from under the doors and use a flashlight to see if water is under unit.
Lastly, is there water on the freezer floor? If so the could be a clogged drain tube in the freezer section.
I hope this points you in the correct direction..

Jul 27, 2011 | Refrigerators

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Flame appearing from in back of front panel


This is usually a regulator problem, or a gas leak where the regulator line attaches to the back side of the knobs. Test for a gas leak first. You can use a mixture of water and liquid dish/hand soap. Saturate the area where the hose connection is, turn on the tank, but leave the knobs in the off position and do not hit the igniter. If there is a leak, you should see some bubbling where it is. If there is no leak, turn the tank off, open the valves (turn the grill knobs on) and bleed the gas out of the lines. Once it has sat for a few minutes with the knobs in the "high" position, turn them off. Then leave them off and turn on the tank, followed by one of the knobs and ignite the grill. see if the flame went away. I've seen this happen where there is not enough pressure in the line. Turning the tank off, the knobs on, bleeding the line, then closing the knobs and opening the tank and letting the gas build up pressure in the line before turning the knobs back on or trying to light the grill should resolve it.

May 11, 2010 | Char-Broil CharBroil Master Flame Gas...

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Water on the floor on the left side of the refigerator


possible water line couplin leak located under left front of refrig behind grill or cracked line.

Mar 01, 2010 | Kenmore 53642 / 53644 Side by Side...

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Carpet wet by driver seat under floor mat


Is it water or brake fluid. Water could be a windscreen leak or leaves have got through the outside grille of the vent, blocking the drain, so when it rains the piping is full of water. As you go around corners the water leaks into the cab.

If it is brake fluid, you have a leak in the master cylinder which allows fluid to leak down the push rod, onto the pedal and into your carpet. If you are not having to top up your brake fluid it is not likely to be the problem.

Feb 19, 2010 | 1999 Chevrolet Silverado 1500

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A small amount of water is leaking out of the front of the refrigerator onto the floor every day and I can not fine the source of the water. Is there a drain pan and if so where is it? If it is not the...


older fridges drained water into a pan with the compressor in it, thus cooling the compressor and evaporating the water, this is located at the bottom back of the fridge. if this fridge has a water and/or ice dispensor, the water could be leaking from many a place.

Sep 14, 2009 | GE (PSS26MSRSS) Side by Side Refrigerator

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