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      I have 2 things to recommend. First, if there is a filter for the

      water (there should be) to change it. If the water line does not

      have a filter, add it.

      The second recommendation is to get a small back of the cheap bbq

      charcoal brickettes. Not the easy start, but plain charcoal. This

      stuff is even more effective than baking soda at keeping odors

      down. I have 3 in the fridge and 3 in the freezer, in the door part

      in a disposable plastic cup. I have 4 in a margarine bowl in the

      chest freezer.

      The charcoal is also wonderful to place in shoes (insert in old

      socks) to keep odors down, and to place in ice chests or thermoses to

      prevent odors.

      Ann in Arkansas

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