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HI THERE.well this is a tricky one.4 filters is alot of filters.should have cleared it.all i can sugest is to check water before filter.could it be that the problem is before the filter.try.good luck.ali
You can try cleaning the each and every surface with a mixture of lemon juice and baking soda. It also helps to keep an open box of baking soda in the fridge as well (they have boxes with side vents designed for this).
some of the most elusive odors can be developed by a rotted piece of fruit,hidden behind drawers,or stowed away inside door shelving somewhere...to remove odors/take about 5-6 charcoal briquettes and wrap them in newspaper this will absorb odor,and yeah-it actually works leave them in for about 2 days
Actually GE's Website provided the answer for me. It offered a few possibilities and I determined that we had not been using much ice for a while and the ice in the tray apparently had been sitting a long time (old). I dumped all the ice from the tray, cleaned the tray, cleaned the door receptacle by running some distilled white vinegar and warm distilled water through the door area receptacle and now the ice is fine. The smell is gone and the taste is better.
YOU SAID, YOU HAVE KENMORE ELITE BOTTOM FREEZER WITH ICE MAKER THE ICE CUBES SMELL
HORRIBLE ALWAYS, I EVEN TOSS THEM OUT EVERY FEW DAYS, STILL SAME PROBLEM
Ice has bad odor and taste. 1• Ice has picked up odor or flavor from strong food stored in refrigerator or freezer. 2• Water running to ice maker has poor taste or odor. 3• Ice not used frequently enough. 4• Cover foods tightly. Discard stale ice. Ice maker will produce fresh supply. 5• Add filter to water supply line. Consult a water purifying company. 7• Discard stale ice.
Get yourself a "microfiber" cleaning cloth. Search the web & you will find many suppliers online as well as cleaning guides. These cloths are indispensable for glass, TV & computer monitors as well. They are also environmentally friendly as you only need to use a little water with them (no cleaning agent) or even just dry.
Try putting an open can or two of coffee inside. My mother's freezer had gotten unpluged and it was full of fish. She put cans of coffee inside and shut the door a couple of days later she took them out and the freezer did not stink anymore.
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