0

How should I clean my condenser coil?


5 views

Add comment
Comment



2 answers

0

AJ PINKUS from WALKINCOOLER WAREHOUSE

Use a wire brush in a UP and down vertical movemet and some compressed air
Another tip place a rubber filter like you may have on your home A/C
Place it over the condenser with 2 paper clips to hold it in place and either clean it every 2 months or replace it

Feb 19, 2017

Add comment
Comment


Kinnek Supplier

12 answers


0

Kinnek Knowledge Team

First, you'll want to consult your user's guide or owner's manual, which should have specific information about the location of the condenser coil and any additional issues you may need to be aware of. Then, you'll want to make sure you either have a condenser coil cleaner or an auto-cleaner.

The auto-cleaner will -- as the name insinuates -- automatically clean the condenser coil every day. If you are not interested in investing into an automatic solution, purchase a condenser coil cleaner. Use the cleaner to brush the condenser coil fins vertically, not horizontally. Manual cleaning need only be done about once a month, but can be done more frequently to maximize fridge efficiency.        

Sep 1, 2016

Add comment
Comment



523 answers