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My Beko Fridge/Freezer often has water in the bottom of the

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My Beko Fridge/Freezer often has water in the bottom of the fridge section, and needs to be dried out every 2/3 days

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May I have the full model # of your fridge?

Also how old approx it is?

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Customer: replied 1 year ago.
Hi, it is approx 4/5 years old . A class frost free. I can't see the model number as it is fitted in to a narrow space.
it measures 150cm x 50cm if that is any help
Customer: replied 1 year ago.
fridge section and freezer section are the same size
Customer: replied 1 year ago.
Got the model no. CF5533APW

Hi, thanks for that info, thanks for the model#. But for now, all you need to do is defrost this one with the doors open for 24 hours.

The reason this happens most times is that ice forms in the freezer drain behind the rear wall in the drain line tube.

When this happens, and the unit goes into defrost, the water has no where else to go but down the back wall inside the fridge section so you get water in the fridge ;-)

A defrost like this, even though its frost free is sometimes needed.

I think that will solve your issue. I have been a refrigeration tech for over 35 years lol.

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