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rf22kbredbsr leak under refrigerator

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My refrigerator has a slow leak underneath. It appear to be under the the front left corner. What are the usual causes of this and how can I fix them? How can I identify the source and fix it?

Thanks, Alfredo

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Astronaut

Re: rf22kbredbsr leak under refrigerator

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Usually the fridge has a drain, make sure is not clogged.

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Astronaut

Re: rf22kbredbsr leak under refrigerator

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How old is your refrigerator?

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Asteroid

Re: rf22kbredbsr leak under refrigerator

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2 - 3 years old.

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Astronaut

Re: rf22kbredbsr leak under refrigerator

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Usually the fridge has a drain, make sure is not clogged.

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Asteroid

Re: rf22kbredbsr leak under refrigerator

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Thank you all that provided feedback and ideas. I cleansthe vent behind the fridge and gave it more space between three wall. I think this allows three water in the drain to evaporate before overflowing.

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Asteroid

Re: rf22kbredbsr leak under refrigerator

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Where is the drain?

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Re: rf22kbredbsr leak under refrigerator

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Good Morning. Here are a few links that may help resolve this. 

 

https://www.samsung.com/us/support/answer/ANS00062321/

http://www.samsung.com/us/support/troubleshooting/TSG01001852/


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Re: rf22kbredbsr leak under refrigerator

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It's the water usually the 90° elbow take back cover off and fix it with the kit from Home Depot

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