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Plugged drain. Thaw it out and run a stiff wire through the drain. You can use a hair dryer - keep it moving and be careful not to melt the plastic! Also after ice is soft try hot water thru the drain. Catch pan below is small so you may have to empty it a couple times. Hope this helps!

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