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Frigidaire self defrost freezer is puddling water at bottom of fridge...I unplugged and took out groceries in the whole fridge...how will I know if this unglogged ???and what should it unglog??thanks diane

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Kind of a pain to get to, but there is a cover on both the front and back of the fridge, if you remove one (or both) you will see a hose that goes to the pan that all of the components sit in, you will have to get pressure to it from the bottom side. I suggest a "gallow gun" available at your local home improvement store, you may also be able to use compressed air in a can from a computer store

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