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Hello Simon Kaloussdian,

I dearly love refrigerators... if for nothing else... they sit
for decades working their hearts out... usually to never be given a second thought .

I'm looking at your 280 day old Daewoo top freezer
report... (only by researching your history)...
INFO: Country, features, history & model number?

So... no door service... water/ice service ELIMINATES
a lot of concerns... You are basically looking at
a DEFROST, drainage or air-leak problem...

From your previous issue...
you know the EVAPORATOR collects ice...
Your DEFROST circuit... routinely removes it...
Or should:
There are only 3 defrost elements:
- TIMER/Control (clock or Circuit board)
- Defrost thermostat (restrains EVAP heater)
- Defrost heater (warms.... only)

A clear drain to the DRAIN-PAN allows the moisture to be externally collected & removed (usually evaporative)...

ASSUMING all your door gaskets are good... you must have a blocked drain (I'm suspecting a clogged EVAPORATOR PAN).

Usually a dose of warm (only: not hot) soapy water
is enough to get the drain flushed out...

Else
fit a soda straw (or flex tube) to the bottom of the
drain tube and blow up...

Working FANS and clean condensers are CRITICAL to satisfactory cooling.

FIND YOUR original parts list / owners manual
and
Comment me back if you want to discuss...
I'm here daily.

Carnac the Magnificent

Posted on Apr 21, 2017

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SOURCE: Water dispenser inside fridge and ice maker in freezer part in bottom both quit working.

There can be many reasons for no water supply. Line feeding the refrigerator is clogged or blocked. The water control valve that turns water to ice maker and dispenser is defective or the water filter located inside your refrigerator is in need of change. I will be here to help you go through the steps. Let me know when you are ready, Thanks, Sea Breeze

Posted on Apr 28, 2009

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SOURCE: water leaking inside the fridge instead of in the recepticle

yep your drain is blocked up at the rear of the fridge

Posted on May 02, 2009

WonderTech
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SOURCE: water is leaking on the inside bottom draw of the

Clean the drain tube and drain pan under fridge.It may be clogged.

Hope this helps.

Posted on Aug 07, 2009

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SOURCE: water on the inside floor of the refridgerator,

remove back panel from freezer and unglog hole where it collects water. its glogged

Posted on Feb 11, 2010

Sea Breeze
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SOURCE: leaking water inside bottom of fridge, fridge not keeping a cold

Sounds to me you are having a ice blockage and or defrost problem. When that happens water can not get outside of the refrigerator. If you look inside the rear of freezer you may see a frost line or layer building on rear panel. You may just need to begin manual defrost until we can get a look at the evaporator coils and condensate collection tray. Unplug and begin and let me know your model number. I can help if you like, Sea Breeze

Posted on Mar 19, 2010

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