Question about Amana ACEX186E Wall/Window Air Conditioner
What is the best way to possibly remove vent so I can get to mold that has settled behind vents? Also do I keep vent open or closed to maybe prevent this problem again?
model # acex186xe
Fill a spray bottle with a 25% bleach to 75% water and spray the front coil which will allow it to circulate with the air, you may want to spray some in the vent before hand with the a/c off. You can take it out and wash it with a water hose if its really bad.
Posted on Jul 11, 2010
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