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Whirlpool Top Mount Refridgerator is Leaking

Water is accumulating underneath the crispers at the bottom of the fridge. I believe that the water is dripping down from where the cold air comes into the bottom part of the fridge. I cleaned out the ice out of the bottom part of the freezer compartment, I thought that solved the problem, but it didn't. Any help would be great. Thanks.

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  • Anonymous Mar 13, 2014

    My whirlpool leaks water from underneath. It has the freezer at the bottom

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The problem lies behind the freezer back wall panel, remove the panel, the ground (green) wire on the top left corner and the icemaker

all the ice build up under the evaperator will have to be removed, a good hair drier works well, direct the air at the center hole in the bottom of the metal panel all the ice out of the center hole will need to be melted out to be a success it will take a little time. you can pour some water down the hole and if you hear it going into the bottom drain pan then the tube is clear of ice.

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