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Old 03-24-2010, 08:25 PM   #21
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Clamsy? Did I spell it wrong, read it phonetically, sorry. This is "mother's-in-law suite" and it actually is not even that small, it is considerably larger than some of the kitchens I've seen in some studio appartments.
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... The liquid in such pan is supposed to evaporate ...
does it mean it will evetually stop stinking?
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Old 03-24-2010, 08:54 PM   #23
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Clamsy? Did I spell it wrong, read it phonetically, sorry. This is "mother's-in-law suite" and it actually is not even that small, it is considerably larger than some of the kitchens I've seen in some studio appartments.
After I posted I figured that you meant clumsy, so I went back and edited my post. Can you snap a pic of the kitchen?
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I will. if my kid lets me barrow his camera.
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does it mean it will evetually stop stinking?
If you have such a pan at the base of the refrigerator, there should be a kick plate at the base that you can remove to access the pan which can be removed for cleaning.
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I took the kick plate of, but did not see how I can get the bottom of, should check it again. Thank you.
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While your down there you might want to engage in some comparative sniffing.
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I took the kick plate of, but did not see how I can get the bottom of, should check it again. Thank you.
Posting the make and model of the fridge might help. Someone here might have the same type, and be able to help out.
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I look underneath the fridge again and I really did not see the pan, it could be inside. Also i noticed that the smell doesn't really come from there, it really is concentrated where the cabinets are.


As far as picks of the kitchen. i did take some, but now I cannot find the cable to conect to the PC. Darn. But I will descrie it for you. It is 5' X 23'. The door is in the middle. To the left there is a stove cabinet spce, then double think, then more cabinet space. There are cabinets above, but not above the stove.
To the right there are cabonets and in the far corner there is a refrigerator. The kitchen is so nerow that the door doesn't even opens completely. There also cabinets hanging above.

The cabinets are also on the opposite side of walls. To acomadate the watter supply.
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