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Water dripping at top of refrigerator compartment

Hi, I just inherited this top freezer model and it just started dripping water from around the light at the top of the compartment. I assume this may be a problem with the defrost cycle draining. Can anyone tell me what I should do? Really appreciate the help.

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  • jannmel May 02, 2008

    i have a kenmore refrigirator model no. 253.77872504 .

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Try to blow air through the defrost drain hose from the bottom of the fridge to make sure the line is clear for defrost water to drain.

Posted on Aug 27, 2007

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With a model number I could answer this problem you have. I assume you have a top freezer and the drain system is clogged. This will cause water to drip into and on the shelves within the compartment below. The problem is in the freezer section. Please if this information is misdirected, get me more information as to the model number and manufacture of the unit in questioned. Thnaks and good luck

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