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Side by side refrigerator has puddle under freezer

I have a Jenn-air JCB2388ATW without any water attached to it. We notice that every so often there is a small puddle of water under the front outside corner of the freezer side. Since we do not have water attached to the unit, it must come from de-frost or condensation. Is something plugged? Puddle of water on floor in front of doors. And I do not have an icemaker or water going to the refrigerator.

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Check and clean door seal, chech defrost drain tube ad a cup of water and clorine into tube, Check drin pan and clean under refer.

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