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Water is draining and freezing from the freezer and leaks onto the floor

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This is an easy fix! First either remove the back access panel or remove the interior freezer access cover. You can reach the drainline from either side. What has happened is your evaporator drain line is clogged. You will need to use a blowdryer to thaw the ice blocking the drain line. The drain line is located at the bottom of the freezers interior back wall. All you will need is a long screwdriver/clotheshanger. Once you have thawed the line stick your screwdriver/clotheshanger and unrestrict the line. I hope I helped you.

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