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January 11, 20170 found this helpful

I know the original post was years ago, but perhaps this will help someone else.

I had a fire many, many years ago. For the dishes and the cookware, vinegar will remove the soot and odor.

January 10, 20170 found this helpful

They have started making things inaccessible so that consumers cannot do things for themselves and must call for repair. It's the same reason that car engines have been turned sideways and many people can no longer make their own car repairs.

I cannot even pull my frig out from the wall as it's in a narrow area with heavy furniture across from it, so there is just enough space to open the door completely. I was amazed that I couldn't get the drip pan out from the front as I've done with refrigerators for 45 years. It smells like something died in there, especially when I open the freezer door. I'm halfway tempted to pour bleach through the freezer vents at the front to see if that will help. Anyone have suggestions? Thank you.

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