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Old 01-02-2013, 10:35 AM   #15
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Saran Wrap?

I'm thinking a sheet of Saran Wrap on the inside of the vent panel would do the trick. But don't forget to remove it before turning the 'fridge back on.

I always have a magnet 'pick-em-up' with me. Little parts always get dropped and the law of selective gravity says they will always fall into the most inaccessible place.
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I'm thinking a sheet of Saran Wrap on the inside of the vent panel would do the trick. But don't forget to remove it before turning the 'fridge back on.
Good idea, cheaper by far than my second cover panel idea. In fact, popping the cover into a trash bag and then reinstalling it with all the slack inside would probably work too.
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Old 01-03-2013, 09:02 AM   #17
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Just one more thing that happened to mine that would make you think it was the little black box. Some water was sprayed into my fridge access pannel and it turned out to be that it got into the Gfci plug inside there. After it dried everything worked fine. It took a day.
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