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every 8-12 hours your refrigerator goes into a defrost cycle to melt the ice off the evaporator coils, then the water goes down the defrost drain tube to the defrost pan under the fridge, if the tube gets stopped up it will cause the water to back up into the fridge and freeze. The drain will have to be cleaned out.
You will need to remove the back panel of the freezer and under the evaporator coils is a metal lining with a hole in it that is the drain you will need to blow it out with compressed air if you have an air compressor, if not use a turkey baster and hot water or some type of wire you can snake the line with. Once water flows to the drain again it will not do that anymore.
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well under the evaporator whether there is a metal lining or not there should be a drain hole somewhere under the coil that goes through to the pan.