Why does my Refrigerator Leak Inside?

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Your refrigerator is constantly making condensation and all that water needs a place to go. If your fridge is leaking on the inside, your defrost drain is probably clogged. Check your owner's manual to find out how you fix this problem. You can find out more information here: www.servicemagic.com
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1. Unplug the refrigerator from the wall socket. This is important, as you will be working at the back of and underneath the refrigerator. 2. Access the back panel inside the freezer
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i would recommend that you turn down the temp. in yo fridge dawg. or maybe you left door open and if so your very dumb you stupid lawn chair.
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Generally water leaks on top mount freezer types when the defrost tube is plugged. The automatic defrost system works to keep humidity from blocking air flow across the evaporator
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4 answers and not a blue hat among them. A stopped up drain may wet the shelves only if its a top freezer model. If its a side by side, you probably have sealed system problems. causing
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