Model #10659123801 KENMORE Side-by-Side Refrigerator

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Q:

Periodically the refridgerator leaks water on the left side. Its a puddle about 1ft X 2ft. There doesnt seem to be anything perticular that causes it to happen.

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This can be due to the water lines on the filter housing (# 10 in picture) leaking or maybe the drain pan overfilling. The most likely reason will be the water tubes leaking. The best way to stop tube leaks is, to remove the tubes from the filter housing and cut about 1/2" off the ends and then reinsert them. I'm sending you a picture with instructions, of how the tube fittings work. The drain pan can overfill if these water lines leak or from excessive humidity in the area. Excessive humidity will cause more moisture inside the cabinet, which will cause more water drainage during the defrost cycle. When the humidity goes down the excess water drainage will also stop. If you need more assistance, please resubmit your question, with additional details.

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Scott D -
Sears Technician
May 25, 2010
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How to lock the wheels on a Kenmore refrigerator model #106.59123801?

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The wheels on this refrigerator do not lock. The wheels on most refrigerators won't lock. If you want to immobilize the unit, you will need to put a wedge or something similar, in front of the wheels. Usually after the unit has been in the same place, it will wear a small indention in the floor and will make the unit more difficult to move.

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Scott D -
Sears Technician
August 17, 2009
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A lady from tech services said that this refrigerator may not be the type with legs, that lowering the legs helps the refrigerator not to roll, otherwise then we should wedge it and she suggested using some shelf lining paper under the wheels and they won't slide so much. I thought her answer was slightly more helpful.

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jmarsh07 -
August 17, 2009
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