Question about Carrier 38CKC042 Air Conditioner
Posted by Anonymous on
Outside coils can be cleaned with garden hose. Inside may be a challenge. If your furnace is an updraft, (meaning the air blows up), than you can crawl under the furnace through the hole under the furnace. The coil then can be brushed with a scrub brush. this will remove dust and hair. Take care not to smash the aluminium fins. They are fragile. I would not use any chemical on them if it can be avoided.
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