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October 11, 2022

When water begins to drip from a commercial refrigerator, the first step in fixing the problem is to identify the cause of the leak. Many times, the leak is caused by a blocked antifreeze drain. This drain line can become clogged with food particles or dirt. In such a situation, you should try to flush the device with hot water. Alternatively, you can use a pipe cleaner to remove the clog.

The water line connected to the refrigerator should also be checked for leaks. If the pipe is damaged or twisted, it is best to replace it. A leaking refrigerator can also cause fungus and mold to grow. If you suspect that your commercial refrigerator is leaking water, it is best to have it checked by a professional.

Another common cause of water leaks is that the refrigerator is not level. If the refrigerator is uneven, you can try to re-level it. It’s a simple process, but it’s not always as easy as it seems. To be sure, unplug the refrigerator and check the water supply.

If you have an older commercial refrigerator, you may notice that the food inside gets warmer instead of cold. This could mean that the food inside is rotting. A professional refrigeration service will assess the cause and prescribe an effective solution. This could include replacing the old seal or cleaning the surface of the refrigerator to restore proper cooling. They will also check the fan and the coolant level in the unit.

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