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Water seapage the fridge seems to defrost the freezer or something all over the floor everyday. the water is un hooked an has been for some time now to eliminate the water filter.bottom of freezer there is ice build up like you wouldnt believe.

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Check the freezer drain. is it frozen over? drain is back of freezer on bottom.

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