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Water dripping in the refrigerator and freezes on the top shelf. It seems to be coming from the freezer compartment. There is a square piece of metal missing from the top of the main compartment. One can feel insulation there and see a drip of water occasionally.

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Removed everything from the freezes. Removed a false bottom from the freezer floor, 2 screws. There was an ice build up under this plastic bottom. I let the ice melt with the de-frost cycle (or frost free cycle). No more water dripping into the refrigerator compartment.

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