When you find water either on the floor next to your fridge or inside it’s easy to come to a conclusion that there’s a major issue with your unit. But, fortunately, a leak is usually caused by a few easy to resolve problems.For starters, check the door gaskets. A gasket that appears old, dirty, or worn out may be failing to seal the refrigerator internal chamber. In turn, this can cause excessive condensation inside the fridge that might be the source of your leak.
This is why we recommend starting with cleaning the door gasket. If it doesn’t seem to resolve the issue and there gasket is obviously torn or damaged you might need to replace it entirely.
If the gasket appear intact your water leak might be coming from either a clogged defrost drain or a broken drain pan. Examine the drain pan at the bottom of your fridge isn’t simply overfilled or broken. If it is full, remove the pan and empty it of any water. Don’t forget to inspect it to see if it’s cracked or damaged in any way.
If you’re still unable to pinpoint the source of your problem, or are unsure how to fix it, don’t hesitate to contact us today.With years of experience under our belts, Denver Appliance Repair is proud to serve the city of Denver and its surrounding areas with quick, efficient appliance repair service. And in addition to offering same-day service, we also offer a 30-day labor warranty for labor, and up to 5-year warranties on some replacement parts.
You need to know what you can and can’t handle on your own. If you don’t think you’re up to handling the oven repairs on your own, you need to contact us. As soon as you do that, we will send one of our oven repair professionals to you and rectify the problem. There’s nothing we can’t fix. We have professionals on our staff who are capable of repairing a variety of brands and models.