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Water on the inside floor of the refridgerator,

Fridge is about ten years old,both fans are working, cleaned all the dust in back of fridge. turned off after cleaning to defrost,ice maker works and fridge and freezer gets cold,but water still on inside bottom of fridge.its a top freezer,bottom fridge maytag

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Remove back panel from freezer and unglog hole where it collects water. its glogged

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