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It's a GE TBX25PASJRAA. Water collects in the refrigerator compartment, a tray placed at the back of the top shelf catches most of it.

I assume it's defrost water that's not going where it's supposed to. I had originally thought the drain line was plugged but when I pulled the fridge out I see it contains a trap with water in it which strongly implies it's not blocked. This is part #315 on this diagram:

Parts Diagram

Also, I'm not finding any manuals that indicate how to work on it. Do such things exist anymore?

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Have you tried entering the part number "TBX25PASJRAA" into the search box found here: geappliances.com/service_and_support/literature –  Mike Perry Jul 7 '11 at 2:55
    
@Mike Perry: I've already been there--it produces an owner's manual, not a repair manual. –  Loren Pechtel Jul 7 '11 at 20:30
    
where is the drain located## Heading ## for a self defrosting whirlpool refrigerator –  user7388 Sep 10 '12 at 15:56
    
@robertwhisler: There's a rigid tube coming down the middle of the back of the unit. I believe it's supposed to deliver the water down by the compressor to be evaporated. –  Loren Pechtel Sep 10 '12 at 21:13
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just because the water i making it to the tray outside the fridge doesn't mean the drain isn't clogged. it might be partially obstructed and it can't drain fast enough.

also, i would check the entire drain assembly end to end. it might be that the parts are not fitted tightly and are therefore leaking.

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What I was saying is that water in the trap means water is getting there (it didn't dry out) and since the rest of it isn't full it can't be plugged. I think there must be a leak somewhere before it gets to the drain. –  Loren Pechtel Jul 7 '11 at 20:32
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