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Old 08-01-2013, 09:05 PM   #1
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Refrig Condenser Coils

Thought it would be time to see if I can clean out the coils under the Whirlpool frig since it was about the only thing in this coach I haven't had apart. Pulled grill off and took a look, now that's a ugly site. Could hardly see the condenser for all of the dust bunnies and crap, ok now how to clean this out as a vacuum will not get in there far enough to do any good.
Get out the air hose and have a nozzle with a 2' piece of 1/4" tube on it. Took off the cover on the outside of the coach, back inside and blew about 2 lbs of crap out from under the frig. This was the first time that was ever done, you name it and it was under there from the day this was built in Nov, 05.
Compressed air does wonders on all these items with coils that grab everything that passes by, just the clean up afterwards is a pain, had to vacuum and dust the whole coach and mop the floor.
Won't have to do that again for awhile.

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Old 08-01-2013, 09:55 PM   #2
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We use a Wonderwand sweeper attachment, and a bottle brush with a long wire handle. Very little afterwards mess-if any. If there is a lot of dust wads it will stop up the vacuum slots, but disconnecting it and using the sweeper to clean the slots is easy.
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