Have you ever paid attention to the issue of condenser cleaning in home appliances? Today we will talk about how to clean the condenser coil?
The wave-shaped coil at the back of the refrigerator releases heat from the condenser. Over time, they collect dust and dirt, thereby reducing efficiency, making the condenser work twice as long to keep the food cool, and eventually destroying the refrigerator.
1. Unplug your refrigerator first. Then pull the device away from the wall. If there is a cover on the coil, please gently remove it first.
2. Take a broom and shoot down as many debris as possible to loosen the dirt. Use a vacuum cleaner to absorb all debris. You may need to empty the vacuum multiple times, depending on the cumulative amount there.
3. When you are done, if possible, remove the grid under the refrigerator and clean it. If it cannot be disassembled, please clean it with vinegar and water solution.
4. Before pushing the refrigerator back, please clean the hard-to-reach places. Turn the device back on and it should cool down within 15 minutes. Repeat every 6 months or when time changes.
So how should the inside of the refrigerator be cleaned?
You can clean the inside of the refrigerator while cleaning the refrigerator.
1. Take everything out of the refrigerator. Keep frozen items intact and undamaged until completion. Throw away any leftovers that are older than 5 days.
2. Start removing any drawers/shelfs and soak them in soap solution in the sink. Be careful with the glass shelves, they cannot get into hot water immediately or they may break.
3. Wipe the interior with a warm and damp cloth, including all doors and corners where spillages have accumulated, and dry after completion.
4. Clean shelves and drawers have been soaked in the sink, dried and put back into a clean refrigerator.
5. Put the freezer on the counter or cooler. This should be fast, because there is rarely any overflow. Throw away any food with crystals, this includes ice cream, any unsealed food
Should also be disposed of.
For details, please contact: Condenser Coils Manufacturers.