I have had GE repair out 5X's to repair a GE bottom freeze refrigerator. Water is collecting right below the refrigerator area and freezing interfering with a fan. The fan can't rotate because of the build-up of ice and then the refrigerator won't cool. So far the fan has been replaced and the thermastat. Last "repair" the technician defrosted the icebuild-up but in a few days the ice builds back. The tech said it is common with these types of refrigerators. The refrigerator is about 4 years old but never had this problem until recently.
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You have a clogged drain system in the freezer, as the unit will defrost daily, the water can't leave the freezer properly and the water collects. You need to de-ice the freezer and clean out the drain tube at the bottom of the freezer section under the evaporator. Good Luck
I understand that your Frigidaire refrigerator, model# FRS6R4EQ4 is collecting water in the bottom of the freezer, below the coils. I also see that you think the drain is clogged. I suggest contacting your local authorized technician for further assistance. They will be able to diagnose your appliance and determine why the water is collecting. Hope this is helpful.
That's normal especially if you tend to leave the door open alot. Moisture from the outside air condenses and drips to the bottom. Also, if the refrigerator is automatic self-defrosting it will melt ice collecting around the refrigerator and the resulting water will collect at the bottom. Check under the food drawers for a drain hole. If it is clogged, clean it out. If it doesn't exist, periodically sponge out the bottom under the drawers.
I believe your defrost condensate drain has a blockage of ice and will need to be defrosted and clean the condensate line from the freezer to the condensate collection plate below your refrigerator. Most times the blockage begins slowly until the opening of the drain hole under the evaporator freezes itself shut. Below is a link to some solutions I have collected over a period of time. Also has a short movie that makes the repair look simpler. There are many reasons for this happening for example water leaking from a water supply line for the dispenser or ice maker, a crack in the defrost pan, water leaking inside and draining through the refrigerator cabinet, but most are caused by a defrost drain line blockage. Below is a link that may be helpful so try to take it all in and use the parts that most refer to your specific problem, Thanks Sea Breeze click on link below