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Bitofeverything Thu 25-Aug-16 23:31:03

That's it really... A small pool of water slowly accumulates at the bottom of the fridge. Too warm? Too cold? Help! Thanks.

YelloDraw Fri 26-Aug-16 08:06:33

I don't know but I have the exact same problem!

Google seemed to say to check that the drains aren't blocked - but couldn't find any drain holes in ours.

OnlyHereForTheCamping Fri 26-Aug-16 08:08:17

Drain holes could be frozen solid. Give it a good defrost 24 hours

Minniemagoo Fri 26-Aug-16 08:10:12

We had this. Drain holes were fine but the fridge was apparently on its last legs. Something to do with the coolant no longer being as efficient. The fridge was 14 years old and had to be replaced.

superram Fri 26-Aug-16 08:10:22

Are any products touching the back wall of the fridge.

PigletJohn Fri 26-Aug-16 09:36:44

your fridge has a gutter and a drain, which must be unblocked and correctly fitted. If you can't see them, look at the instructions. If you've lost the instructions, download them from the maker's website.

specialsubject Fri 26-Aug-16 09:39:59

There will be a drain plug somewhere.

Also dont overstuff fridges - remove excess packaging to let air circulate, and dont stand in front of the open door thinking.

Bitofeverything Sun 28-Aug-16 21:40:43

Thanks for all your help! Was away and am now staring at my fridge, trying to work out problem! There doesn't seem to be anything at the back to drain (fridge fitted into kitchen bought last year, so have no idea of make or anything. Hmm.) but thanks all!

pasic Mon 29-Aug-16 11:05:02

Any chance you could put a picture of the inside back wall of the fridge up? Someones bound to have similar.

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