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Freezer leak, Ice inside the freezer (AMADA ARB220ZC)

Hi, my freezer leak, The water seem to come from the back of the freezer, from the Grid. After two or three weeks, the bottom of the freezer is cover of ice, and I need to remove the drawer to remove it. (half inch of ice) Sometime the drawer is stuck in the ice... There is no ice maker, and some ice is stuck in the back grid.
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Here is a tip that will tell you where the water is coming from and how to fix it. The drain hole has froze shut and the water from the defrost will not drain out.

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