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Old 03-24-2010, 12:40 PM   #11
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Charlie what kind of cabinets do you have? You might be able to remove (carefully!) the kick plate so you can clean under the cabinets. Can you snap a pic of them?
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Charlie what kind of cabinets do you have? You might be able to remove (carefully!) the kick plate so you can clean under the cabinets. Can you snap a pic of them?
May have to look at cabinet fascia with cabinet door open to see kick plate.
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Old 03-24-2010, 03:05 PM   #13
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The kick plate is secured from inside, it is screwed from inside. I instaled the cabinets my self.
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Old 03-24-2010, 03:12 PM   #14
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And you didn't install a fish blood reservoir? What kind of cabinet maker are you Charlie .
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Old 03-24-2010, 03:20 PM   #15
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The kick plate is secured from inside, it is screwed from inside. I instaled the cabinets my self.
So I assume you can't take the floor of the cabinets out? I would cut the floor out (or maybe just a small hole first) to take a peek. Then you can always put a piece of luan down over the floor. Much better than having to pull the cabinets up!
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Are you sure the odor isn't coming from the inner parts of the refrigerator? The reason I ask is that lightening struck at the farm house and knocked the fridge out. We weren't there for about 2 weeks afterward and didn't know it until we arrived to a terrible stench. Dh took everything out and couldn't get rid of the odor - we finally threw away the fridge and bought another one. I hope there is a more simple solution than this for you. We don't keep stuff in there anymore when we leave except in jars.
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I am afraid Licia, you might be right as I mention above this might be the problem. I wonder if that smell will ever goes away, I hope it will, because to remove the fridge I would have to remove all the cabinets, not just bottom ones. This kitchen is so small there is not even enough room to pull fridge out.
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And you didn't install a fish blood reservoir? .

I fI wasn't a clamsy old man, and did not fall on the stair case and hurt my self none of that would have happened.
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I am afraid Licia, you might be right as I mention above this might be the problem. I wonder if that smell will ever goes away, I hope it will, because to remove the fridge I would have to remove all the cabinets, not just bottom ones. This kitchen is so small there is not even enough room to pull fridge out.
Well, I was going to suggest putting the fridge in a different area to test where the smell was coming from. Hard to imagine a kitchen that small.
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The only 'inner parts' of refrigerators I have owned has been a drain tube that drains into a pan underneath the refrigerator. The liquid in such pan is supposed to evaporate due to heat from the heat exchange / condenser coils.
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