Musty smell under bathroom sink

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I've put a fan under there for a day so nothing seems wet (the board & wood are dry to the touch). Does anyone know what could be causing this smell?
 

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Try separating your source candidates with plastic sheet and tape. The next day, sniff which side of the plastic smells bad.
 
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