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Fridge Leaking water from front right hand corner

My fridge is leaking water from front right hand side (as you look at it) - can feel small 'hole' underneath where water is dripping from but cant tell what I need to do to stop it? Would it be my defrost pipe inside (by salad boxes), or pipe at back? Only knew it was leaking as my laminate floor has lifted and buckled!

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Yes, get a pipe cleaner and put in to the hole to try and clear if not from the back you will find the pipe which will be clipped to a plastic tray on the compressor. unclip and blow up the pipe this will always clear the blockage.

Posted on Mar 04, 2007

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