Basically a 8 year old standard stand up fridge , freezer at the bottom ,
fridge at the top etc , but it seems to fill with water at the bottom where
the two standard issue draws are , i empty out the water every so often and
it seems to fill back up , theres a plug that is for the over flow which
appears to not be blocked but it still fills with water , i must say that
the freezer , looks like it needs defrosting , but its not that compartment
that fills with water its the fridge part .....any advice welcomed.
Ours does too. It is larder fridge without an icebox, and the condensation
which forms on the inside back wall runs down, into a v-shaped gutter and
out through a small hole, onto a tray over the motor from which it is meant
to evaporate. What really happens, is that any odd particle of food, drop of
milk, gravy etc getting on the back wall also goes into the hole, a plug of
orange slime (whether fungal or bacterial I neither know nor care) builds
up, and the water can't drain through. I find that unless you actually pass
something all the way through the drain hole, it is difficult to tell if its
It hasn't been so bad with more attention to keeping the back wall and
A tool originally made for eating pickled shellfish, which is like a tiny 2
pronged fork fixed to a wooden olive! Other things which worked were a
wooden cocktail stick or a disposable wooden chopstick cut in half.
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