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I have a Maytab MTB2155BR Refrig that's leaking water. The freezer is on top and the water seems to be accumulating in the refrig section under the criper draws. Somehow it then leaks onto the floor. Have no idea what I'm looking at, but the compressor seems to be very warm - is this normal? Could this be my problem? The frig is about 10 years old and I'd hate to dump a lot of money into it only to have it fail again in a few years.

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