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fridge freezer is leaking water.. what temp should it be on..1,2 or 3

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8y, 4m agoPosted 8 years, 4 months ago
It has a hole at the back and water keeps overflowing from it, it has a white firk type thing in the hole, i also think it looks like its frozen on the back of the fridge and thats why its dripping..any ideas,
is it on its way out, ??
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8y, 4m agoPosted 8 years, 4 months ago
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#1
Number 3
#2
julie 2
Number 3


really? i thought number one was the coldest
#3
Omg Dont Tell Me That
#4
julie 2
Omg Dont Tell Me That


lol dunno, but iv always thought 1 was the coldest for years
#5
Is it frost free? That's where all my frosty bits go when they've melted. I can never work out whether 1 or 6 is the coldest setting either.
#6
ill stick it on 3 tonight and see what happens...
#7
Get the other half to take a look - he fixed your washer. If it's a hole - might it have happened during the move?
#8
Ours is set at 3.
#9
If the dial is on 1 and the motor is running,then turn it up......if the motor stops then 1 is the coldest..........................if it is on 3 and the motor is running,turn it down and see if the motor stops,if so 3 is the coldest....................
#10
The higher the number, the colder it will be.
:thumbsup:

Can you desribe the hole a bit more and what is stuck in it.
Any chance of a photo?
#11
at the back inaside the fridge bottom shelf there shouldf be a little hole where the water (excess) shopuld go down, I used to get this all the time with my other fridge - debris sometimes gets stuck - doesnt take a lot - you can get something that is pliable and thin and poke it down the hole to release and obstrction - I used to use an electrical tie - good luck
#12
#13
wow cheers all ill check out what you have suggested

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