Question about Refrigerators
If you're not satisfied with the job the brush does you may have to buy or borrow a small compressor and use air to blow the lint/hair clear of the cooling lines. Our buildup was due to pet hair (2 dogs & a cat so the $200 I spent for the compressor, hose and extended nozzle were used monthly (clean cooling system will reduce the unit's e;ectrical consumption) and paid for themselves.
Posted on Jan 06, 2010
Go to the nearest home improvement store and purchase a rat tail brush. This brush is made for the exact problem that you are having. Ask an employee where to get a coil cleaning brush for your fridge It os easy to use and once you get the linrt and debris off the coil it is easily picked up by vacuum Good luck on your repairs
Posted on Sep 04, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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Dec 10, 2014 | GE Refrigerators
Hey friend, I appreciate your post!
I would check to make sure the condenser has been cleaned. Depending on your condenser you may need to remove the toe grille from your refrigerator and use a cleaning brush to remove any dirt or dust that could be clogging the system. If you remove the toe grille and can't locate the condenser you would need to pull the refrigerator from the wall and remove the back to clean the condenser you can use a dusting tool attachment from your vacuum.
If that does not help correct the issue I would recommend having a service technician out to your home to properly diagnosis and repair your appliance. I hope this has been helpful. -Matt
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