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TRANE 1984 Home A/C Where are How to Clean Coils inside House

Have 1984 Trane Home A/C Central Heat & Air Unit. Have no manuals for this. Need to clean cooling coils inside house. Unit is with the heater fan blower unit. Can't see a model #. Outside Unit is model BTD730A100A00 date 05/1984, Inside # on heater part is BLU055E936B1.

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The best thing to do it with airhandler shut down at breaker. 1st soften dirt and crud with 409 or different brand. 2nd take a wire brush and clean in up and down motion following the fins on coil.3rd rinse with spray bottle . this is the best you can do without coil removal.

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