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SOURCE: GE Profile Refrigerator has an electrical smell but it still cools

sure..the drip is no biggie..the smell..can be from a variety of worrisome issues..

compressor
capacitors
wiring
motors(fan)

you planning on dissecting this one yourself_

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SOURCE: smelly water dispensed from ge profile refrigerator

flush the water tank put a glass press for water and keep flushing on till smell gone

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SOURCE: monogram profile GE smells; can't see where water

blow out drainpipe/vent or use fine wire with a small cloth tied to end dipped in clorine bleach gunk is streptococus, grows naturally.....

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