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Ice build up on the freezer floor then leaks out the door

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Thats the THERMOSTAT , is defective , this unit is connected underneath the freezer floor , when you remove it your gonna see like a black thick line running all around the freezer floor ,every 4 or 6 hours this line heats up avoiding ice to build up on your freezer. hope this info helps

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