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Old 04-14-2015, 01:51 AM   #1
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we have been having an ongoing issue with water dripping from under the fridge into the upper drawer that is located under the fridge inside the RV. I only recently discovered that water is standing in a pan under the fridge behind the lower vent panel accessed from the outside. After discovering the pan drain was clogged I cleaned it out. Hopefully the problem is now solved; But where is the water coming from to begin with? Is coming in the vents? or it is condensation from the fridge?


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Old 04-14-2015, 01:48 PM   #2
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There should not be any water coming from the outside of the motorhome from the outyside vent. I own an 04' HD and there is a small catch pan under the fins inside of the frigerator that catches condensate. You need to empty this out every few days while the frigerator is being used. The small pan does not have a drain hole. We had the same problem of water dripping onto the lower drawer and it split. I had the drawer face replaced because of the water dripping on it.



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thanks for the info and picture. Our drain catch pan is missing. Now begins the search for one

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