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Clean Refrigerator Compressor [2012-01-04]


Nothing is more irritating than a major appliance that gives out. In the kitchen, there's nothing much worse than the refrigerator going on the fritz. When a fridge and freezer goes out, it can mean hundreds of dollars worth of spoiled food. To keep your refrigerator lasting longer, cleaning ice maker is nessary,but also cleaning the Refrigeration Piston Compressor.
1 Unplug your refrigerator to guard against electrical shock.
2 Ask a friend to help you pull the refrigerator out from the wall and to move it back again once you have cleaned the condenser coils. Refrigerators can tip forward or backward easily.
3 Vacuum the coils located on the back of the refrigerator using the brush attachment on your vacuum at least once every year, as suggested by the Acme How To website. If you own pets, you probably need to vacuum the coils every six months.
4 Clean the coils with warm, soapy water if they have a grimy buildup on them. You can use a scrubbing brush or a cloth rag. Try to be as neat as possible to avoid splashing water onto other parts of the refrigerator Low Pressure Compressor. Let the coils dry completely.
5 Push the refrigerator back against the wall, but do not plug it in yet.
6 Examine the condenser coils on the bottom front portion of your refrigerator. Sometimes a grill protects the coils; simply snap it off. Lift it toward you, and pull in an upward motion. Vacuum these coils with a wand attachment, or clean them with a cloth at least twice a year.
7 Plug the refrigerator Low Noise Compressor back in once all your maintenance work is complete.