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Find the water drain hole/pipe and clean it thoroughly with a pipe cleaner or other softish flexible rod. That should allow the water to drain away. Make sure back of the unit is clear and clean so water drains and evaporates off properly.
The system is either blocked or you have a gas leak but i would expect it is blocked and the only way to find out is to get a refrigeration engineer to check it for you, but explain the problem to him first and make sure he can help before you spend money.
The thermostat sensor is located in the top rear of the interior of the unit, if you locate the dial to change temps on the inside of the unit, the sensor is attached to it, you may have to pull your fridge apart to get to it, but it can be done.
try to clean the drain of your unit maybe it is clog up declog it to avoid drip. u said that ther is a build up of ice this means auto defrost not activate try to chek the defrost heater or defrost timer if have the unit this. or try to allign the door gasket possible theres a gap entry of outside air cause of build up of ice. bec it is came from moisture of air out side or avoid to much door opening.goodluck.
The first thing that you should do is plug the AC cord of the freezer and open the upper portion on top of the two doors and insert the key on the slot and turn it on. Open the freezer door and locate the temperature adjustment panel inside and adjust it to your desired temperature.
Noah had one of these in the ark...he did a full defrost(left it for 24 hours with the doors open then cleaned the vents/drains)and his was fine after that,hope this works for you.....also check door seals for tight fit all round.
Sounds like you are freezing up! The coils are so frost-laden that they will not allow the unit to function. The unit will need a complete defrost. I'm not familiar with the exact layout of this unit but I can tell you that it needs to be shut down, have warm air blown into the fan area and completely freed of ice. If you just leave it open and turned off, this takes about 2 days.
Possible causes: humidity in the air is condensing...very humid area, too much 'window shopping', not closing the door completely, possible damaged door gasket.
Others: (on older units)
Possible defrost timer problem...or low gas. Try the defrost route. We'll go from there.