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Leaking water from the back

We cannot find our manual for this wine cooler. It started leaking water in the back of the coller. What should we do. At this time we have shut the coller off. How can we optain a new manual. And can you please help us in the mean time. Please respond asap since this cooler is full .

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Make sure that the drain is connected properly at the back.

Make sure that the little drain pipe (usually clear hose) is sitting in the plastic shroud that sits on top of the compressor at the back of the fridge.

Posted on Apr 10, 2008

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