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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
you need to clean this section of coils badly. Get a plant or weed sprayer. go to a a/c parts supply store and get some coil cleaner. Tell the staff that you need something to clean the coils on your a/c coil. Tell them what kind of a/c you have abd they will assist you in the purchase of the proper chemicals. Make sure to read directions for the use of the chemical and also wear all necessary protection equipment, i.e. safety glasses, gloves. Follow the instructions on the chemical as how to clean your coils. Once the coils are cleaned you still may need to have the pressures checked on your unit. It won't help to check the pressures on your unit when coils are dirty since that will give you false readings. So you need to start by cleaning the coils. Good luck Dave
Posted on Jul 16, 2009
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