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You can try the "gonzo odor remover" available at Home depot/Lowes... that will help with the smell, it takes a few days to work.
Check for the following:
uncapped and empty trap in the basement (we had one hiding behind the furnace) for example from an unused washing machine hookup
water infiltration from the outside of the house, into the kitchen area
improperly vented plumbing
something horrible in the attic (if you have a rancher)
Probably, its "just" a dead mouse (or something bigger?) undernath or behind the cabinets ... yeech
way back when I was a kid we kept smelling a really bad smell in the house. My mom is a super cleaner and we could not figure it out. By and by we figured out that when the freezer in the washroom went on the smell got worse. We found a dead mouse caught in the coils on the back of the freezer...yuck!
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