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I have a Kenmore fridge Model# 253-64802400. It’s 1+ year old and its located in my basement kitchen. Not much ventilation in the basement. But fridge leaks water from time to time. However, the fridge shows no visible evidence of leakage. Only that from the bottom we see it sep out through. All the door seals, freezer seals are fine. And the operation of the fridge is fine. All contents are cooling and freezing accordingly. Please help me if you know what this could be.


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This is a Frigidaire frig made for Sears, if the water is coming from the inside, bottom of the food compartment sounds like the defrost drain might be stopped up, not letting the water go into the drain pan to evaperate. Would need to clean out this drain pan and line. If this is not where it is coming from post further details.

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