Question about Whirlpool Refrigerators
Check the door seals on both the freezer and fridge section. If they are ripped or rolled they will not seal the door properly and humidity can enter into the unit causing the water. Usually I have found a torn section on the bottom of the fridge door but examine them both with the doors open and closed to see how they are seated against the cabinet when closed.
If the seals look to be good you are having a drainage problem when the unit goes into defrost. Let me know if you need a step by step for the drainage issue if the seals are fine.
Posted on May 25, 2011
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