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Top 5 Reasons Refrigerator Is Leaking Water?

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01 - Clogged or Freezing Defrost Drain
If the defrost drain is frozen, the water will overflow the drain trough and drip down to the bottom of the compartment. This water can eventually leak onto the floor. Check the defrost drain to determine if it is clogged or frozen. If the defrost drain is frozen, thaw the ice. In addition, flush the drain with hot water to ensure that it is clear of debris.
02 - Water Filter Head
The water filter head might be cracked, or the seal may be torn or missing. Inspect the water filter housing for cracks. If you discover any cracks in the water filter housing, replace it.
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03 - Water Filter Housing
Inspect the water filter housing for cracks. If you discover any cracks in the water filter housing, replace the housing.
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Refrigerator Water Filter Housing
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04 - Water Inlet Valve
The water inlet valve opens to supply water to the dispenser and icemaker. If the water inlet valve is cracked or has a loose fitting, water will leak from the valve. Inspect the water inlet valve for cracks, and make sure that it is tightly secured to the water supply line.
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Refrigerator Water Inlet Valve
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05 - Water Tank Assembly
Inspect the water tank assembly for any leaks. Be aware that the leak may be very small and hard to find. If you discover a leak, replace the water tank. Do not attempt to repair the water tank—glue will not stick properly to the plastic of the tank.
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Refrigerator Water Tank Assembly
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06 - Drain Pan
Self-defrosting refrigerators are equipped with a drain pan. The drain pan collects the water that melts from the evaporator coils. In order to evaporate the water in the drain pan, the condenser fan blows warm air from the condenser coils across the top of the drain pan. Because the condenser fan evaporates the water from the drain pan, the drain pan does not have to be emptied. However, if the drain pan is cracked, it will leak water as the defrost cycle is running. Inspect the drain pan for c...racks. If the drain pan is cracked, replace it.
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Refrigerator Drain Pan
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