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Refrigerator works fine except water draining into refrigerator from freezer in the back and the freezer has water collecting and freezing in the bottom of the freezer. There is no cube maker attached, model # GTS22JBP

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You will need to remove the small cover on the top of the large piece mounted to the top of the freezer . There , you will see 2 screws which need to be removed . This will allow you to remove the large piece . The piece on the rear wall can now be slid up and removed . Remove the screws holding the rear panel and remove the panel . If you have an ice maker installed , it will need to be removed . Using a hair dryer , start defrosting about in the center , just below the coils , until you see the drain hole . Use hot water to help thaw the hole . Once water runs down the hole , use a small hose inserted into the drain , and blow out any unseen or built up debris in the drain line . Reassemble in reverse order .

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