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Chad ONeal

Member Since 22 Jul 2013
Offline Last Active Aug 04 2013 11:27 AM

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In Topic: Horrible Smell from Magic Chef MCBR-1010w

24 July 2013 - 07:13 PM

Ouch..... Raggin on the Grasshoppa huh?!?!? Alright!!! lol     Well, thats okay I can be the butt of a good joke!! I can take it!! I hear ya.. well for yall that are curious about the outcome... I threw my hands in the air, and took it out side, put it on its side and cut a huge square out of the 16th inch thick aluminum on the bottom.. It reveals that thick dense foam thats in there, which is pretty much completely saturated with smell and liquid.. So yea.. Its not my outdoor bait freezer! New fridge coming soon!


In Topic: Horrible Smell from Magic Chef MCBR-1010w

24 July 2013 - 02:41 PM

Ive tried flushing out. And just getting every square inch of yuk out of there is near impossible. The contaminated water is ssandwhiched between the outermost metal of the refrigerator and lying still and unaccessible with insulation foam and glue between what I believe is the another sub floor beneeth the cabanet floor. My final attempt, if someone can assure me there is no damagable parts is to honestly drill or cut a hole in the botton tondrain it all out the reseal it.

In Topic: Horrible Smell from Magic Chef MCBR-1010w

23 July 2013 - 09:31 PM

Okay everyone, on the very front lip of the unit, below the fridge door, I believe the fish juice seeped in the very small lip here. How do I get water out. Short of drilling a small hole in the bottom to drain the liquid, am I able to take apart this unit to access this?

In Topic: Horrible Smell from Magic Chef MCBR-1010w

23 July 2013 - 03:10 AM

I think flooding the compartment did get most of the bacteria flushes, which Io believe is in the bottom. After running for an hour I don't smell much, but I shut her down, tilted her 45 degrees against my shower room wall, and low and behold a few drops of brown water came out the rear back right.. It smells putrid. So, how the heck do I get into the bottom of this thing!!!

In Topic: Horrible Smell from Magic Chef MCBR-1010w

23 July 2013 - 02:01 AM

Interesting, because I always did smell odor from the bottom, more similar to urine then the smell inside the cabin. And another thing is it did seem like as I was pouring liquid down the rear vent/drain in freezer, liquid almost seemed to leak from where the adjustable feet in the front bottom are.but it could have been dripping from inside the fridge. Anyway, when I first checked the bottom. I thought I remember it looking completely sealed.. Is that where the condenssor coils are? Is there a way to access it.


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