Question about Refrigerators
I need an alternative for a drip pan instead of spending 40 some dollars for a new one. My thought would be to get a plastic painters pan used for rollers and put a sponge in it.
Whats the sponge for ??
Caution with the type of plastic tray you use.
Theory is - yes you can do what you suggest - However - dependant on the location of the drip tray (above motor ! ! ! ) some plastics will 'perish' and become brittle / fibrous.
Posted on Aug 14, 2008
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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.
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