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The drip pan isn't really designed to be removed. If you need to clean it you'll want to pull the refrigerator out and remove the lower back access vent panel. Then you can pour white vinegar inside the pan and use paper towels to clean it out as best as possible. Without cutting the freon tubes and such, there is no way to remove the pan since the condenser coil is mounted just above the pan.
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