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Side by side leaks out front door on freezer side

Water leaks out bottom front door freezer and ice buildup under the bottom tray on the freezer side.Seems to leak every other day or so.I just noticed the ice under the bottom drawwr of the freezer side.

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    I have the same problem and now the ice bin latch and spring came apart when I removed the bin. Can't figure out how to put it back together

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You may have defrost problem

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