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Water is steadily running/drippin into the drip pan...overflowing

Overflowing onto the floor. Any first thoughts as to what could be happening?
Any first thoughts as to what we can do to stop the leaking from the refrigerator?

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The frirgerator has a defrost when it defrost it has to go somewhere check the drip pan and make sure it is not full.

If this continues then try checking the water line coming into the back and up the back of frig. try that first

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