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The drain tube that drains out the water is plugged. It runs from inside the cabinet to under the refrigeration unit outside the cabinet. Try to clean it out with a can of compressed air used to clean keyboards and see of that works.
1= reset the c.breaker from your home see if are tripped and reset. 2= open for thermal fuse open, test continuity with DVOM OR VOM and replace. 3) test the power cord for open or broken or break. 4= check the switch for door maybe is open must be continuity until 0 , or swtich defective see the diagram attached. God bless you
It sounds as though you have a clogged capillary tube, cannot be sure without suction and liquid line pressures and temps but if you can, ask the tech if the suction pressure seemed to be low, if so, replace the capillary tube with the proper length and diameter tube, replace the liquid line dryer and pull a GOOD vacuum on the system and recharge it, refering to the rating plate for the proper amount and type of refrigerant.