Hi all, I was wondering what would cause water to drip inside my
refrigerator; it's coming from a rectangular part in the roof of the
refrigerator (the freezer is located above this). I posted some
pictures of the part where the drips originate here, if that helps:
Thanks for any clue.
If it's anything like my fridge, there is a drain in the freezer compartment
to let the defrost liquids drain into a pan underneath the refrigerator. On
my fridge this became plugged with ice. The water built up in the freezer
(as ice) and would thaw and run into the fridge below since it had nowhere
else to go.
I was able to pull the floor up in the freezer and thaw out the ice. Most of
it came out easily but to clear the drain hole I had to use a turkey baster
and some warm water.
If its just clogged with Ice the OP could just unplug the thing for a day or
so. Looks like he only has some cheap Gallo Wine in there anyway! if its
convienient to do so it is the easiest thing to try first. This will also
fix a frozen up icemaker!
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