Question about Refrigerators
The problem of a sulfur smell is not likely to be coming from the refrigeration system itself. Near the bottom front is a removable kick plate. when this plate is removed you can access the drain pan for collection and evaporation of the water from defrosts. remove and clean the drain pan and then reinstall it. On the lower back of the refrigerator there is generally a fiber panel that is removable. remove this panel and inspect the underside for something that should not be there. Such as a dead rodent. Sorry but I've seen it many times. After clearing do not forget to replace the panel . It has to be in place for proper air circulation and heat removal from the refrigeration system.
Posted on Apr 28, 2008
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