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You can buy some cleaner at a heating and air supply that doesn't have to be rinsed off to clean the evaporator coil. You just spray it on the indoor coil and normal condensation takes care of rinsing. I use a shop vac to clear the condensate drain. I hook it the drain line outside and let it pull all the muck out. A little Clorox in the condensate pan every now and then will help keep it clear(1 to 2 tablespoons). You can also buy cleaner for the outdoor coil and can rinse the coil with a hose. It's best to rinse from the inside to outside.

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