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Water leaking from dispenser into refigerator/French door bottom freezer

When we use the water dispenser located on the outside of the left refrigerator door, it is leaking into the right side under the produce door. We noticed it when it started to drip and part of it was frozen. We unplugged the frig, let it totally defrost, thinking maybe the dispenser was frozen in the door. After we replugged it 24 hrs. later, it still is leaking. Unlike all the reviews I have read, I love this refrigerator,. but would like to remedy the situation myself. Could it be the tubes in the back? Where is the water coming from? I did change the filter recently. Could that have anything to do with it?

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  • janlp0515 Sep 30, 2007

    We have the same question. We still haven't fixed it yet.
    We did try to make sure all the little tubes were pushed in wherever they are attached. If you don't use the water, it doesn't leak or freeze. What fun is that?
    Let me know if you resolve this.

  • Anonymous May 23, 2009

    i DICOVERED THE SAME PROBLEM WITH MY fRIDGE AS WELL. The Leak is coming from the water tank located behind the vegetable bin. I removed the Blue small clams, unscrewed the tank. Pluged one end and blew air into the tank and it seem the end closest to the side of the fridge has a leak when I did a pressure test on the tank. I ordered a new tank from Sears $49.99 to fix the problem It seemm that the pipe was glued & compressed into the hole and the pressure has caused it to leak. I love my Fridge but since I have had it I have experienced notthing but head aches. Fortunaley LG has refunded my money for what I apid for it & allowd me to keep the fridge as they had no way to dispose of it. My GE is problem free so far, but I still prefer the look of the LG/

  • Anonymous Mar 22, 2014

    Drip pan is fine

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Yes after removing the clips just pull the hose off. The holding tank is a joke the new model I purchased doesnt even have the same part number as teh defective part. MAybe LG already knows this but soe not want to fess up they have a problem.

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I have the same problem. I noticed that the holding tank is full of water and ice. Is this normal. Also any idea how to remove the "L" shaped connectors from the holding tank? There is a blue "U" shaped clip that I removed but do you just pull the connector from the hose after that?

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IT IS PROBERLY THE HOLDING TANK / TUBES LEAKING TAKE LOWER CRISPERS OUT AND CHECK THERE ITS BEHIND THEM

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