GE no frost fridge dripping. ?????

Our older GE top freezer, no frost refrigerator, had started dripping water, at the right front corner (looking at the fridge from the front) There is a drip pan that form fits an area on the opposite side. It stays dry! Any Ideas would help.
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If the water is leaking from inside the fridge compartment (you'll probably see a pool beneath your crisper drawers too), it is likely caused by a plugged defrost water drain. You can read about what areas will usually be needed to be accessed for various makes and designs of refrigerators at the following link:
My fridge is leaking water, what might the problem be? http://ng.appliance411.com/links/jump.cgi?IDx3
If water is just not getting into the moistural pan underneath the fridge, the drain hose to it may be damaged. Someone will have to look at that to see what can be done to correct it.
Dan O. - Appliance411.com http://ng.Appliance411.com/?ref411=+GE+fridge
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