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Front or back?
back. check water valves for icemaker and for water dispencer
front. inside fridge freezer side, on the back wall you have to take acouple screws and after take back panel off you will see you evaporator coil, under coil you can find derfost heater, and right under it will be a hole, it is a defrost drain hole and it is probably plugged up and freezed up..you have to defrost it and clean it good luck if you more info totalcarefl@yahoo.com

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Look for bad door gaskets. Stick a dollar bill in the door and close it, It should be hard to get that dollar out. It could be a leaking ice maker valve or a bad ice maker control. Shut the water line off to the ice box and see if it quits leaking.

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