Question about Refrigerators
Manually defrost unit(no hot water) wash out interior with bicarb, dry out.then using a thin wire with a very small piece of cloth dipped in clorine bleach clean out drain/vent from inside to outside.swith unit back on. all is well when operating temp reached.no need to call repairman for this.(this is the first thing they do......anyway)
Posted on Feb 09, 2010
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