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Finding the condensation tray

I was told the condensation tray leaks. i'm not sure where it is i looked underneath and pulled the front tray off but nothing looks removable there. Im hoping this will be an easy fix please tell where it is and how to remove it. thankyou.

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Somtimes they are mounted to the top of the compressor,you will have to pull the fridge out and take the panel off of the back at the bottom.

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