Water leaking from a refrigerator is usually caused by condensation inside the appliance, a blocked or cracked drainage tube, or a broken connection from the water supply to the ice maker. To stop the refrigerator from leaking water, users must identify the specific problem and repair it.
If condensation is the cause of the leaking water, the problem is most likely a broken seal, and a replacement seal is required. If the leaking water is caused by a blocked or cracked drainage tube, the problem can be solved by removing the blockage or replacing the tube. If a broken connection is discovered, replacing the damaged part is recommended.