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#1 raliston

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Posted 15 September 2005 - 05:12 PM

Our fridge has recently begun regularly leaking a small puddle of brownish water on the floor on the left side. We've look at our manual and the only troubleshooting tip making reference to water on the floor recommends checking the ice cube chute, which we have done. There is no stuck ice, nor is the puddle on the front where the chute is.

Can someone make a suggestion? We have tried to open the back to look at the drain where the defrost water goes into what is apparently a little collection jug (seen in manual diagram) but we cannot seem to get to it.


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Posted 15 September 2005 - 05:33 PM

GE Refrigerator Profile Model 24 built-In Style 28 & 30 TFX28PB

Sounds like your defrost drain system is blocked somewhere, I would start by removing the rear cover inside the freezer and see if it is blocked in the drain trough under the evaperator coil...

 

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