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Water from defrost cycle going into refrigerator

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water goes into bottom of refrigerator and has to be mopped every day.I assume something is plugged, but don't know where.

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I just had mine checked out today. it could be the fan. if you open up your freezer, take everything out and open the metal panel you will see the cooling system. their is a small fan right above the condenser. The freezer part of my refrigerator was dripping water down and freezing up as it reached the bottom near the condenser. Basically the top portion of the freezer wasnt working because of the fan which also affected the refrigerator. hope this helps

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