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There is a hose that runs from under the evaporator coil inside the freezer (it is connected to the inside drain pan) to the outside to deposit the defrost water into the outside drain pan. That hose may be cracket, broken, or maybe when you put the outside pan back somehow the hose did not wind up above the pan so the water would go into the pan. Check the location of the pan. If you need more help, just write back.
if drain hole is blocked ice will build up at back of unit. instead of moisture draining out it will freeze.manually defrost unit(no hot water) clean out drain hole with fine wire on small cloth dipped in clorine bleach.this will kill any nasties and inhibit regrowth.
well to take that out ? which isn't normal part of it the drip pan catches water from the fridge / freezer and is caught in the pan while the evaporator generates heat to dry the pan out!! so if you really must remove it then you have to remove the wire in front of it to get it out other wise you just unplug it and reach in there with a brush to clean it
Clean the door seal and ensure that there are no gaps between the sealing surfaces of the door seal and the refrigerator, if there is, relatively warm moist air will continually feed condensible moisture to the cold gap in the seal and the condensed water will drip on the floor. If the door seal its self is broken or torn it will have to be replaced to stop the drip. Hope this helps.
there is a drip pan located underneath you ref but most likely your prob is a plugged drain line coming from the freezer. when you ref goes into automatic def the water doesnt run out into the drip pan but instead onto your floor..
you can clean the drain line by removing the rear cover in the freezer compartment and using hot water to thaw the drain below the evap coil.