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My Inglis refrigerator is leaking water into the refrigerator

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My Inglis refrigerator is leaking water into the refrigerator compartment. The water is leaking in from the two ducts in the "roof" of the compartment from where the cold air is ducted down to the refrigerator section. I cannot see any ducting on the rear of the unit, so I assume it is enclosed in the back. Do I assume correctly that this water is from the defrost cycle and that a regular drain is clogged somehow? I do not have a water line for an ice maker connected, so the defrost is the only obvious source.

Is there an easy way for me to correct this problem? Thank you in advance
Submitted: 6 years ago.
Category: Appliance
Expert:  Tom Johnston replied 6 years ago.
Yes the defrost drain is clogged it is located inside the freezer below the coil.You need to remove the inside back wall to access it.
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