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I have ice building up in the bottom of the freezer even with the ice maker off. Where is the water coming from and what is the fix? I can see a slight trail of ice down the back behind the ice maker and it may be from under what appears the vent. The door seals are good with no signs of frost.

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From what you described the defrost drain trough is frozen up. The drain tube or the opening in the drain trough is stopped up with some sort of debris and is frozen over.

Each time the freezer goes into a defrost cycle it melts the ice on the coils and the water has no place to go. The result is that water will leak into the freezer compartment, collect on the floor of the freezer and freeze solid.


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