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Clean the refer with mild soap and water and leave open until it drys.
Take one part rubbing alcohol and one part vanilla, put into a spray bottle and spray all the cracks and crevices.
Roll newspaper into loose balls about the size of soccer balls and put threw out the refer,
Close doors,turn machine on and run 24 hours with only newspaper in it.
Throw away newspaper next day and odors should go with it!
My grandmother has the perfect method for getting the old woodsmell out of her china cabinet. First,you crumple up newspaper and put it between the plates for 24 hours. Supposedly, newspaper sucks up scent. The next day, place a water bottle cap filledwith vinegar on each shelf. After 24hours, the bad wood smell should be gone. To get rid of the vinegar smell, place a water bottle cap filled withvanilla extract on each shelf. Leavethat in there for 2 to 3 days and you should have a beautifully smelling chinacabinet!
I was watching tv the other day and they said if you want to get rid of awlful smelly smells use newspaper. Put newspaper in the frig and close the door. Let set for like two days and repeat. The newspaper will absorb the smell somehow because of the chemicals it has. It works great with pickle jars. no kidding.
Have not had much success with assistance considering this Dell desk top is one week old. Dell were suggesting Icontact Canon as the printer is one of there's.
Spoke with Canon and received EXCELLENT service without hesitation and free of any charge.
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Frank, the ownwer's manual says to protect unit from extreme temperatures stated as "32 degree F to 122 degree F" or "zero degree C to 50 degree C" You said about a year and a half of use and then in the "Glove Box" so from August to January, there had to be clear sunny hot days in August, resulting temperature in car (depending on your lattitude) going up 140 to 150 degrees F... Just hope you're Canadian.... or maybe you toasted it.... sorry. Good Luck GB_C
Turning it backwards didn't work on my watch. I ended up winding the time ahead several days worth to show the right day of the week (being careful to turn it to the correct 9 o'clock of the day, for me is was the first for morning.) Then I could go ahead and change the date using the first click postition of the stem.
I see that light bulb going off and you whispering "why, of course!"