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I defrosted the entire unit and within one hour of restart, the drip and the ice was already starting to form on the floor of the freezer.

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  • 4peters Jun 15, 2009

    No Ice maker and not connected to a water line.

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The hose that carries the water from the top coil to the evaporator pan is plugged with ice. You need to leave your unit unplugged for a long time so the ice in the drain hose can melt. If you restart it too soon the problem will not be solved.

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Check the ice maker tray.see if it is over filling,and running into the freezer floor.See if it is a continual overflow or just when the ice maker runs.If it is continual,sounds like the water valve may be stuck open,maybe a piece of trash in the line.If just when the ice maker operates,there is an adjustment screw for more or less water.This is usually located under front cover of ice maker.The water valve is usually located on bottom of refridgerator,follow water line from wall.Hope this helps. Gregg

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