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Samsung french door where is the drain pan located

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Should be at the rear of the fridge probably behind the panel at the bottom. It will be at either side on the base or directly above the compressor. Don't try and pull it out, there are usually condenser pipes located inside it. Use an old towel or something to soak up the water. The machine is supposed to dry the pan out itself.

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