- Why is water leaking from unit?
- How to find where water is leaking from?
- What would cause a water leak on a Sub-Zero?
- Why is water leaking from the door, door hinge, or door gasket?
- Why does water drip from door?
- Water on the floor of a refrigerator section
Steps to Verify Issue:
- Determine the originating source of the water.
- Open the refrigerator door and inspect the back wall for condensation, frost, or ice built-up on the back wall.
- See also, Ice Forming on Back Wall of Refrigerator.
- Remove the crisper drawer and crisper shelf assembly; if equipped, remove all lower storage drawers as well to inspect for condensation, water or ice near, behind, or underneath the drawer(s).
- Food debris, standing water, or ice built-up in the drain trough or drain tube located along the back wall may cause standing water on the floor and the drain tube may be clogged.
- This can cause water to sit up against the door gasket, causing the water to drip from the gasket on to the floor when the door is opened.
- Clear any standing water or ice.
- Clean the drain tube if possible.
- The drain trough and drain tube will only be visible on a 200, 300, 500, or 600 Series, refer to 200/300-500-600 Series Refrigerator Drain Tube Cleaning.
- For 400 Series Wine Storage, 700 Series, 648PRO/PRO48, and Built-In Series, refer to Drain Tube Cleaning (BI-700-400-648PRO Series).
- A frozen freezer drain tube can lead to ice buildup on the floor of the freezer. Refer to Freezer Drain Tube Cleaning
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