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My GE profile bottom freezer, model# PDS20SBPALSS leaks water out the bottom right corner . This happens an hour or so after we take some ice cubes out of the ice cube maker. Also there was a a frozen sheet of ice on the bottom " floor "of the freezer which I removed a week ago , but it still leaked after that.

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