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Water leak in front of frig.

The freezer freezes up in the back on the bottom the hole freezes up with ice, Ive cleaned it out 4 tmes no water on floor for 2 days.

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Use a syringe with clorine bleach to blow out the drain hole,(a meat/gravy syringe works fine...)

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