Question about Jenn-Air JCB2388G Side by Side Refrigerator
I believe that there was something that may have drained into the pan under the refrigerator and over flowed as evidenced by a stain on the floor I cleaned up when I pulled out the refrigerator from the wall. The floor is clean but the smell remains. I tried to fine instructions to remove the pan for cleaning but can not locate them. Before I start to dissemble the unit, what is your suggestion?
Mix a solution of baking soda and water, open freezer section and right at bottom fofreezer back wall you seee vents cut in plate, they lead to draintube and eventually to drain pan(which in most new models is not removable) pour the solution down the drain(maybe a cup or so), the waterwill evaporate and the baking soda will remain absorbing odors
Posted on Feb 26, 2008
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