Is it a defect if a refrigerator does not have a coil at back? If it has a coil, where is it located?

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    Hello, and welcome to Stack Exchange. What kind of 'fridge are you talking about? Does it cool? What is your concern? – Daniel Griscom Oct 27 '18 at 20:15

A lot of modern home refrigerators do not have a coil on the back, maybe all of them. I think in most cases the coil is located underneath. The heat from the coil helps to evaporate the water from the defrost cycle which has drained into a pan also underneath.

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