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Fridge leaks alot of water in bottom daily. it is not from the ice maker .confused....

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When your system goes into defrost the water should drain into a pan by the compressor and then evaporate. The tube can freeze up and then the water has to drain another way, such as into the bottom of the freezer or fridge. Either defrost the whole unit, or pour hot water into the drain until it is clear. Have towels handy to soak up the water until it is clear. Good Luck!

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That's the moisture in your frig more then likely you need to replace the seal they go out over time and that creates humdity and that has to go somewhere. Hope this helps

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