We bought our refrigerator a year ago, built into a kitchen cabinet. There is little time we realized that there was water pouring out of the refrigerator. By moving the furniture, we found that the recovery tank water was overflowing. Other than that, it works well, it cools well. The back wall contains droplets flowing alternately in the tray and frozen droplets. Should they still be frozen? Thanks for your advice
Hello, Thanks for your reply. However, I think this tank is not supposed to be emptied regularly as it is at the back of the refrigerator. Therefore unscrew the cabinet in which it is incorporated, in order to move it and achieve the same trough. We emptied two days ago and is already half full. It must still be something that is not working properly !
Hello, No, actually, there must be a small outlet which allows the water falling on the hottest part of the radiator and evaporate. But this small duct (maximum size of a matchstick) clog easily, try to find and clean. Otherwise, at worst, regular movement of the fridge! :-)
it can not be blocked as the bin is full.. ! is a phenomenon that happens very often now with the new gas R600, that less heat so the water evaporates more slowly. and unfortunately there's not much to do !!!!
hello, when you say that frost forms on the bottom and it's normal.. euhhhh it depends because if it is a frost should not be any ice. more is what he is doing a lot of water for some days or has it always does.? K... 8: ok, thank you