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Water on the floor at the same time each day ..could it be related to de-frosting ??

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It very well could be the auto-defrost feature since it is activated at the same time. Do remove rear access panel and make sure there is water draining into the evaporator tray built on top of compressor. If the water is not draining, run a pipe cleaner inside to check for cloggs, and make sure water drain hole is big enough to drain the wire.

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