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Frig has water dripping from freezer door

In the freezer compartment there is ice forming in from a vent in the back and then there is water dripping from freezer door

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The coils are frozen up from condensation due to leaky door seals and/or a plugged drain. turn it off, defrost it with a hair dryer, check the seals and the drain (under the coils), and turn it back on.

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Hotpoint model #ctxy14epjrwh slow water drip from inside of the refrigerator. inside the top of the frig, center, there are several components that appear to come down from the freezer. the lowest one...


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