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Freezer on bottom , pools water freezes eventually spills on to Kitch floor must hammer out froozen ice on freezer floor and remove whats the problem not paying buy cc I read your terms of use and as i said will not put on a credit card and do not want to be cheated.

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You have a clogged defrost drain
get out all the ice
take off the back panal
and clear the drain pull the unit out and take off the machine compt panal
look under you will see the defrost tube drain
make sure this is draining properly
once you do that take a flat head screwdriver in make the whole in the tin heat reflector more round
what happens is a thin sheet of water covers that hole and eventualuy builds up...
go back to the back, and ensure the drain is clear i usually take it off and runn water through it
some times ive found a small screw in it from assembly
barring all that
make sure the fill tube from the ice machine is properly installed
but i would tend to think its more of a drain situation

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This sounds like you have a blockage in the drain tube, remove panel back of freezer...you may see ice build-up, melt ice with hair dryer, you will see a pan below evaporator, melt ice in pan, dry water up in pan with towel, now you should see drain hole in pan that leads to drain tube, pour some hot water in pan, wait a couple minutes, wipe up water and repeat this step 2-3 times, once you have done this use a wet and dry vacuum cleaner to **** out the gunk or blockage in the drain line. Now it is cleaned out! Put back panel back and you are good to go. The reason you see water in the Freezer is because the water has been leaking into the freezer instead of running into the drain hole...If you need any further assistance please feel free to comment again. Good luck! PS Please don't forget to rate my solution Thanks! Sea Breeze

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    I'm misunderstood your meaning of TOS. Are you addressing this to Fixya or something I posted to assist your freezer leaking problem? I have more help topics on this problem if you like and the service is free here at Fixya. Navigating Fixya for the first time may be a little difficult, so I would not concern yourself if you think you are being charged. Thanks, Sea Breeze

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