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Freezer & freezer work fine. Water stops when refrige is set at 38 degrees. To keep water from freezing we have to set the refrige temp to 40 degrees, but find that temp not cold enough. Water can be found on bottom floor inside refrige where bottom bin is and it is partially frozen. At times I have water on the floor in front of refrige. I can solve the problem temporarily by turning off appliance and let it thaw.

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It may have auto-defrost or frost-free feature that is not operating. Also there is a drain tube that goes from the compartments to the bottom of the fridge where the evaporator pan is. The tube may be plugged.

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