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Old 10-04-2018, 04:36 PM   #1
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30DS Refrigerator Question

We have the 4 door fridge in our 2018 30DS. We are always hooked to 50 amp power at home, so I leave the fridge running all the time. I always have a lot of water at the bottom of the fridge (inside) on the bottom shelf above the drawers.

I mean a lot of standing water. no water if I set the temp at a 9, or a 2, there is water.

Is this "normal". I know it shouldn't be, but do you experience this?
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We have the 4 door fridge in our 2018 30DS. We are always hooked to 50 amp power at home, so I leave the fridge running all the time. I always have a lot of water at the bottom of the fridge (inside) on the bottom shelf above the drawers.

I mean a lot of standing water. no water if I set the temp at a 9, or a 2, there is water.

Is this "normal". I know it shouldn't be, but do you experience this?
You should not have any water. Do you have an ice maker? Could be leaking or overflowing. Turn it off if you have one.
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You should not have any water. Do you have an ice maker? Could be leaking or overflowing. Turn it off if you have one.
No ice maker. This is the gas/electric 2 door freezer / 2 door fridge that comes with the max package. Would like feedback from others as well, anyone have this issue? It appears the water is condensing off the metal fins on the back wall of the fridge.
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Should be a tray under the fins to collect the water with a drain hose to the outside fridge access panel. Hose may be clogged or kinked.
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Should be a tray under the fins to collect the water with a drain hose to the outside fridge access panel. Hose may be clogged or kinked.
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Should be a tray under the fins to collect the water with a drain hose to the outside fridge access panel. Hose may be clogged or kinked.
Thanks, sounds like the issue. I will check today.
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