Question by  YellowCar (87)

Why is there water in my refrigerator?

I can't tell where the water is leaking from, but I know this isn't right.


Answer by  olive8 (911)

The temperature setting on your fridge is either to warm, or your fridge is broken. Try making sure that the dial that sets the temperature is set to a higher number, and if that fails then contact a professional.


Answer by  SriLanka (264)

There is water in the air, sometimes a lot. When you open the fridge door, air rushes in along with all the humidity in it. Modern refrigerators extract the water out of the air, so maybe that system has stopped functioning.


Answer by  Anita27 (656)

The water is probably coming from your freezer. Make sure it is set at a low enough temperature to keep condensation from forming on the inside roof of your fridge.


Answer by  AnitaJay (107)

Check under the refrigerator, and determine if you have a tray or holder of any kind there. Older models of refrigerators many times had a collection tray underneath that would collect water resulting from condensation. Also check the back wall of the inside of the refrigerator and see if there's water dripping from the freezer defrosting.


Answer by  Jesse (27)

This is actually a very simple question to answer. When cold air and warm air interact something called condensation happens, which is when water, vaporized in the air, sticks to the many parts of the fridge and or food items. It is similar to the frost on the inside of the glass in a car on a cold day. Harmless


Answer by  Binay (29)

May be the outlet pipe(generally located below the deep freezer)which is provided to drain out excess water out of the refrigerator has got clogged.


Answer by  mekih (3)

Do u pictures of the drain lines, cups inside a Maytag freezer compartment of a frost-free refrigerator? I know it's stopped up but I can't find the drains.

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