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Signs your refrigerator is leaking

3/9/2023 (Permalink)

Drying equipment on the floor by a sink. To avoid water damage in your home, it's important to know when your refrigerator is leaking and take measures to fix it as soon as possible.

Are you experiencing a drop in temperature inside your refrigerator? Does it feel like there's a wet spot under the door of your fridge? These are both signs that your refrigerator is leaking. If you suspect a water leak from your refrigerator, give the professionals a call immediately.

Your refrigerator is leaking.

If your refrigerator is leaking, it could be from a variety of places. The most common leaks are from the back or bottom. The water will usually be pooling on the floor and coming from behind the appliance. If you see this happening, it's time to call in an expert!

If your refrigerator is leaking at its base (the bottom), then there may be a hole in one of its rubber feet or legs that needs replacing. It's important that you replace all four feet if they're worn out since this can cause serious damage to your flooring over time if left unseen.

Water line leak.

If you notice water dripping from the back of your refrigerator, it could be a sign that the water line is leaking. The water line is the tube that connects the ice maker to the drain. To fix this problem, you may need to replace the water line or make sure the water line is tight and secure.

Drop in the temperature inside your refrigerator.

If the temperature inside your refrigerator drops below 40 degrees, there may be a leak. If the temperature is above 40 degrees and there is no leak, then it's probably just a problem with your thermostat. If you notice that your fridge isn't cooling as well as it used to or if there is any moisture at all on or around your appliance check for water stains on the floors and condensation on the shelves.

To avoid water damage in your home, it's important to know when your refrigerator is leaking and take the appropriate measures to fix it as soon as possible. A leaking refrigerator can cause serious damage if not addressed immediately. Here are some signs that your refrigerator may be leaking. If you have any questions, reach out to an appliance repair service or SERVPRO of Weston/West Davie.

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