Question about Whirlpool Refrigerators
The water does not appear to be coming from the ice maker - so that is not the issue. The water comes out from the bottom of the fridge on either side. I'm getting worried bc we have hard wood floors and the water is starting to damage our floors.
There is usually a condensation pan at the bottom of a fridge. This can fill with water and over flow, causing what is happening. Also, the ice maker could be causing the problem because the water connections can leak at the back where they connect to the house water system.
Posted on Feb 03, 2015
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