Question about Maytag 15 cu. ft. / 425 liter Upright Freezer MQU1556A

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I had some meat go bad in my freezer. I've cleaned and cleaned with hot water, dish soap, bleach, vanilla extract, oxyclean, and just now tried vinegar, next I will try squeezing lemon and/or placing charcoal. However, I've been told to make sure the drip pan also gets washed. I've pulled the front grill off, but what looks like a pan won't pull out. Is it meant to come out? How do I made sure it's clean?

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  • jcamp738 Jul 30, 2010

    Sorry, forgot to mention the freezer is a Maytag upright Model# MQU1556AEW.

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Just spray it with 75/25 bleach/water it will kill any germs/smells....
also syringe the drain hole with bleach.(you only needed to wash out with clorine bleach and let it dry to totally clean the unit....)

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