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HKL64  
#1 Posted : Monday, May 27, 2019 4:17:22 PM(UTC)
HKL64

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My SAMSUNG refrigerator/freezer has a water leak and we can't figure out where it is coming from. It is a French Door model with two doors on top for the refrigerator and then a pull out drawer down below for the freezer.

Water was leaking in the upper part and it would pool below the bottom drawer/crisper area. Then we would get a chunk of ice below the bottom drawer about 1/4 of an inch thick across the whole bottom of the freezer compartment.

Yesterday watched some YT videos and checked the condenser drain in the back of the unit on the inside as well as pulling the back bottom panel off and checking the drain tubes. Drain tubes were dry as well as the bottom pan in the back of the unit. We took off the cover of the condenser unit in the back of the refrigerator, and didn't see it as being iced up. Poured water down the tube (drain tube)and it drained to the pan.

Put the unit back all back together and this morning there is water in the back left corner of the refrigerator (again) and the in the bottom of the freezer as well in the same corner.

Wife wants a new refrigerator so when I went looking today as soon as I told the salesman I had a water leak they would ask IS it a Samsung? It is only about 8 years old and we've been dealing or living with this about 3 years or so. Any advice would be appreciated.
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