Why is there water pooling at the bottom of my refrigerator?

Do you have water pooling at bottom of refrigerator? Check out this helpful blog on what it might be.

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Water pooling at the bottom of your refrigerator or inside or underneath your vegetable crisper drawers is usually caused by a blocked or clogged defrost drain or tube. When your refrigerator defrost cycle runs,  excess water collects in this tube and is sent through a drain and into an evaporation or condensation pan at the bottom of the refrigerator where the water naturally evaporates back into the air.

water at the bottom of your refrigerator Water pooling at the bottom of your refrigerator or inside or underneath your vegetable crisper drawers is usually caused by a blocked or clogged defrost drain or tube.

Food debris and ice can block the line, parts that are part of the line (such as valves, etc.), collection cup or the defrost drain, causing water to flow into or out of the fridge. To fix this, locate the drain on your refrigerator and flush it out using hot water applied through a…

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