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The water is from the melted frost of the defrost cycle. The drain at the bottom of the back wall of the freezer is blocked so instead of the water draining into the pan where it will evaperate,it's pooling on the freezer floor and freezing, in many case when the floor indent is full the water will leak onto the floor.By pulling the refrigerator out from the wall,there will be a tube behind the service panel on the lower right side when looking at it from the rear,that tube can be removed and cleared,then clear the nozzle it connects to inside the freezer.
Sounds like ice build up on the freezer coils. Disconecting the water line doesn't stop regrigerant from flowing through the coils since they are still working. Easiest way would be a hair dryer to melt the built up frozen consensation. After you should see no water on the floor and you can turn the water back on (i assume the water is for your ice water and ice cube tray).
I have the same problem. It turned out to be a problem with the doors. When my kids go to get a snack and close the fridge door (read slam the door) the air pressure pops the seal open on the freezer door causing the ice cubes to begin melting. The bottom items stay frozen (warm air rises). It took me a long time to work this out. Remove the ice maker tray. Remove the ice blob, being careful to put the u-shaped wire ice-level sensing wire thing, in the up position or the system will dump ice and water all over the freezer. Put all back clean and dry and buy a velcro adhesive strip and install it on top of the freezer door to prevent the door from always blowing open. Hope this helps