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The bottom floor of the freezer keeps icing up badly and I can't find how to check for a blocked pipe anywhere and there doesn't seem to be a drain hole in the freezer

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Clear the drain under the cooling coils in freezer. This normally causes this problem. Ice could be hiding the drain hole

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