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If you are getting water on the bottom of the freezer, you have a plugged defrost drain.
In the back of the freezer inside towards the middle of the rear panel, there is a hole that directs the defrost water down into a collection pan in the back of the fridge. You need to remove the drawer and then the drawer slides off the freezer walls and then remove the back panel to access the drain hole. Once you get it exposed, you need to melt off the ice that is blocking the hole and force hot water down the tube to clear it.
If you own a steamer such as this (click here) the job will be much easier.
Once you clear the drain and water will flow down it, the fridge will be operational again.
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