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Title: Should there ever be water in drip pan of refrigerator?
Post by: pcumming on June 12, 2009, 09:05:58 PM
Should there ever be water in drip pan of refrigerator?

Have side by side Whirlpool. Freezer on left. Has ice make.
There is a drip pan at bottom of freezer side.

Noticed today (never looked before) there was some water in the catch pan. I would say about 8 ounces at most.

Not sure if this is normal perhaps due to a defrost cycle or something (frost free refrigerator about 7 years old) and it will evaporate or if this is something to watch out for.

Ice maker working fine. Water dispenser working fine.
Never had a problem with it thus far.

Thanks in advance
Peter

Model ED5FTGXKQ00
Title: Re: Should there ever be water in drip pan of refrigerator?
Post by: JWWebster on June 12, 2009, 09:17:38 PM
check you door gaskets
Title: Re: Should there ever be water in drip pan of refrigerator?
Post by: Al Capone on June 12, 2009, 10:09:56 PM
Hi,

What is the model number of your refrigerator?

Title: Re: Should there ever be water in drip pan of refrigerator?
Post by: pcumming on June 13, 2009, 07:59:07 AM
It is a Whirlpool ED5FTGXKQ00

Thank you
Title: Re: Should there ever be water in drip pan of refrigerator?
Post by: Al Capone on June 13, 2009, 08:01:10 AM
I updated the topic to include the model number information, thanks.