While your fridge does the hard work of cooling the contents, water condenses inside a refrigerator and on the freezer coils; this is a normal part of the process. When that water is removed as part of the auto-defrost process it drains down a tube and to a tray at the bottom of the refrigerator. The tray is built so that the water in the tray evaporates pretty quickly. But sometimes, if you live in a very humid area, the water will build up faster than it will evaporate from the tray and you may be left with a pool of water at the base of your fridge. Other reasons why this could happen is if your tube is broken or clogged with dirt. In this case, replace or clean the tube so that the water reaches the evaporator tray easily.
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