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What can i do to repair a leek from freezer to fridge?

Accumulate ice on floor of freezer and than melts into refrigerator

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1. Have you been able to find where the leak is?
2. After you find, get a spray foam filler or even bathroom caulking and fill the leak. Make sure it is dry before you seal.
3. If your fridge is old you could try STOP LEAK a very effective leak ender spray. This should have been #1 choice but I am afraid the grey spray may look messy A very effective solution..

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