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Kenmore side by side refrig has tube with brown water backed up in it. What is the tube for and why is this liquid sitting in it?

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Where is the tube? You have a drain hole in the back bottom of the freezer with a tube attached to it which goes down to the drain pan under the unit.
You have water line tubes on the back going to the ice maker and to reservior in fridge and on to the freezer door up to the dispenser.
There is a fill tube in the freezer where the water comes in to fill up the ice mold.

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