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Whats with norpole 12000 btu window air conditioners w/FO CODE,now all i have is a expensive fan!


they eventually do need serviced by a good repairman .freon leaks out .control boards fail etc .

Jul 18, 2016 | Filter Heating & Cooling

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Easy way to check if ur condensor coil is clean


while in operation, with condensor fan running, hold a piece of thick paper up to condensor coil, let go of paper, ir it stays stuck to the coil, the fan is pulling air thru, cooling the coil temp. this is good. if the paper dont stay in place ur condensor coil is dirty and needs to be cleaned

on May 22, 2010 | Heating & Cooling

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Is the coil fan suppose to run at all times ?


Condenser Fan runs as long as the compressor runs, which is always when there is a call for cooling.
pay attention to this fan, you will often loos the condenser fan after cleaning due to fine dust getting into the motor and drying the bushing.

Aug 18, 2014 | Hotpoint Refrigerators

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My magic refigerator/freezer condenser fan stops but when I move the fan blade it starts working and the refrigerator get cold again. Is it a bad fan unit or something else?


yes if you can barely touch blade and it stops the fan motor is bad. While replacing conderser fan motor be sure to clean dust from condenser coil.Then as regular maintiance clean coils twice per year.

Aug 12, 2011 | Refrigerators

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Cleaning


If practical - the best way to clean a unit like you're describing would be by using 'air pressure,' to blow the dust out of the coils, squirrel cage, and in and around the fan motor and compressor.

Then take a water hose and wash both coils being real careful to "not" get water in the fan motor. Note: the compressor is sealed so you don't have to worry about it, but try to be careful and keep water out of the controls/wires (you might even use plastic to protect them).

Also, be sure you install a 'clean/new' air filter in the unit itself. This filter goes in front of the evaporator coil which is the coil that gets cold. The other coil - the condenser coil (the one that gets hot) does not need a filter.

good luck!

May 11, 2010 | Haier Energy Star ESA3183 Air Conditioner

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You say clean outside coils and fan motor coils. Where are they?


The "outside" coils that you are looking for on a refrigerator will be found either on the back, or in the case of your Amana, on the bottom - behind the toe space bezel. There are no coils on the back of the fridge.

The coils are usually thin, black grates that contain the refrigerant. Be careful not to damage them when cleaning. Open the freezer door (yours is a bottom freezer type) and simply grasp at the top of the bezel an gently pull away from the frame.

Use a narrow crevice vacuum tool attachment to pull the dust and debris from the coils. Use a flashlight to see beyond the very front. You may also wish to unplug the fridge so that you do not damage the fan if it is struck by the tool while running. You should vac the coils annually or more frequently if the fridge is in a dusty area - or there is a lot of pet hair collecting on the coils. Some fridges also have the fan hidden behind a removable panel on the at the bottom of the back side of the fridge. If cleaning fan blades - you must unplug the fridge before attempting. Vacuum any dirt and dust on visible coils seen near the fan.

Good luck!

Mar 29, 2010 | Amana Easy Reach AFD2535DE Bottom Freezer...

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My refrigerator and frezzer are not cooling. i cleaned the coils. the condensor pot is vary hot is this normale? i unpluged it for about a half hour while i cleaned all the dust out. and pluged it back in...


If the condensor coils and compressor motor seem too hot, make sure that the compressor fan is turning. This is what removes heat from the coils by pulling room air across the coils.

The fan is usually at the back of the refrigerator down low. If it's not turning, you will need to replace the fan motor.

Oct 10, 2009 | Whirlpool 25.6 cu. ft. Side-by-Side...

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Fridge sounds like it is running but it wont cool cleaned the dust out of the back and cleaned the filters


Make sure the compressor fan is running. It is probably underneath the unit close to the back.

Have you cleaned the coils? Do they feel extremely hot to the touch?

If the compressor fan stops running, the coils will be very hot because the heat the refrigerant contains is not being released into the air.

Oct 10, 2009 | Refrigerators

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Return air duct frozen over


check to see if the evap fan is running inside freezer.
clean cond coil under back of fridge.
check if evap coil inside freezer is froze over, if fan is running and cond coil is clean, it may need a defrost timer.

Sep 24, 2009 | Refrigerators

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