This unit features the patented AutoDrain NanoMist Technology that Vaporizes excess fluid build up, eliminating the need to drain the unit. Most of this water is used to cool the unit and make it run more efficiently. This unit has a built-in water tank (non removable) with a drain outlet for end of season draining and storage purposes
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The drain pan is usually located closest to the floor - behind the kick space or toe space grill at the bottom of the fridge. Most often the water that collects in it is evaporated by the heat generated by the compressor and airflow from condenser fan located close to the pan.
Make sure the water is coming from the defrost drain hose - not from water sources elsewhere in the fridge (leaking water / melting ice into the fresh food compartment, etc.). If found, take action to correct.
Good day, The water supply starts at the dispenser, runs thru the door to the door's bottom where it connects to a swivel connector. From there it travels under the machine and back into the fresh food compartment to a reservoir located behind the crispers where it is chilled. It comes back out and travels to the filter system if you have one, and from there to the water valve located on the back rear of the machine.
One of the plastic lines or a fittings is leaking. It's a look-see repair. Should be one person drawing water, while a second should be looking with a flashlight.
your evaporator coil sits in the water pan This pan is installed at the bottom of the evaporator coil to prevent condensate water from damaging the area the furnance sits. If you open your furnance and look where you put the a/c filter the coil should be right here. If you look at where the coil rests there is you "water Pan" Good Luck hope this helped
SInce it is wet both under and behind the shower I would rule out the drain floor pan and drain system and think it most likely to be the pipe leaking from the mixing faucets to the shower head. Find studs directly behind shower faucet, n each side. Locate the center of the studs and put vertical lines up and down on the center line of the two studs closes to but outside the shower faucet on each side. Approximate 6 inches or so up and down for the height of the shower faucet (Valve, not head) Put Horizontal lines across between the two line at both the top and the bottom/ You now have a square.Using a Razor knife(Sometimes called a box knife, stanley 99a for example) cut into the lines of the square back and forth as deep as you can. Cut an x acrossthe square corner to corner again as deep as you can . Lightly hit the center of the x until the drywall caves in . Cut the remaining drywall out for the square. Now while the shower is running you will be able to see whee the leak is. Use pipe seal after disassembling the loose fiting or repair the leak iun what ever manner is necessary. Replace and repair the hole made in the drywall with another piece of drywall, tape and joint cement. .
the drain pan is under the fridge behind the kickplate. the kickplate is the vent-line panel located under the door. it's held on by 2 screws. unscrew the screw and remove the kickplate. the drain pan will slide out. careful, as it's probably pretty full.
there is a drip pan located underneath you ref but most likely your prob is a plugged drain line coming from the freezer. when you ref goes into automatic def the water doesnt run out into the drip pan but instead onto your floor..
you can clean the drain line by removing the rear cover in the freezer compartment and using hot water to thaw the drain below the evap coil.