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The bottom of my freezer under the removable basket is filling up with water and freezing-if I don't break up the ice and remove it water will leak out!! I'm not sure where the water is coming from so it makes it hard to solve the problem! Any ideas??

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The freezer has to defrost every 6 to 8 hours that is where the water is comming from ...locate the drain hole at the bottom of freezer..you will have to remove the cover plate ..this drain is clogged ..use hot water to unthaw the drain ..use a shop vac to clear the line ...lrt me know an good luck../joe/

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