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Unplug the refrigerator from the power source and remove the decorative vent cover at the bottom of the fridge under the door. Some vent covers are screwed on but many just snap onto clip that hold them in place.
Pull gently on the exposed front edge of the drip pan and ease it out towards you. The drip pan slides on runners on each side of the bottom of the refrigerator. It may be full of liquid or debris so go slow and steady and then discard it.
Line up the new drip pan with the two side guides beneath the refrigerator and slide into place. Use the flashlight if to make sure the drip pan is in the groove on each side.
Clean and replace the vent cover by clipping or screwing it into place. Plug the refrigerator back into the power outlet
You just pull upward frpom the outer edges on the grates and they pop off, then remove the drip pan and clean and put back or use aluminum foil instead of buying the new drip pans and shape it to the bottom under the flame unit of each side and replace the grate over top.
It's really simple. Remove the burner grates, removed the old drip pans, then drop in the new drip pans. You can order a new drip pan from partselect.com if you don't have one yet. Let me know how this works out and if you need any further help. Benjamin
By drip pan I am going to assume you mean oil pan. First you need to get your car on blocks or up in the air enough to reach the oil pan.
Remove the drain plug and drain the oil.(discard the oil). You will see a number of bolts securing the pan. Using the proper box wrench remove all the bolts.
You will see a gasket. This must be replaced. You can purchase the proper pan gasket by asking for a pan gasket at an auto parts store. While you are there ask for the proper sealant for the gasket.
Clean the pan and any oil on the surface where the gasket will touch. Place gasket sealer around the pan and seal the gasket to the pan cover. Replace the pan. Put the bolts back and fill with oil. Start the car and get it to operational temperature and check for leaks. You are now Good to go.
my proublem is solved. I was looking for a replacement "Drip Pan" for my George Foremen "The next grilleration" grill. The solution is, I googled it. (George Foremenr replacement parts) It sent me to their sight and as you sroll down the page to the bottom you will see comments from other people who were also searching. And some from other who have found answers. You will see a toll free number where you can order your replacement parts for several appliances. My replacement "Drip Pan is on the way.
The oil pan was broken. They are made out of aluminum or cast iron. but i think it's hard aluminum. You are going to have it replace it. Don't drive the car without oil.Anyone can do it . Lift the car and secure it so it won't fall. Then remove that plastic thing you mentioned and remove the bolts around the pan . It has several . Be sure to buy a pan and gasket along with the pan.And replace.