How to clean condenser coils on ge profile refrigerator

Are you wondering how to clean condenser coils on ge profile refrigerator? Is your refrigerator making noise or is it not cooling food good?

It may the problem comes from your condenser if you haven’t been cleaning since you bought your refrigerator you’ll find that your condenser is dirty and covered up with coils and spiderweb and produce levels of coils and gigantic mess so that’s a big problem if you leave it without clean.

the coils and gigantic mess covered up your condenser and it may stock the condenser and will cause problems in your condenser and refrigerator, so we advise you to clean it, if you don’t know how you’re in the right places where we’ll talk about it.

In this article we’ll show how to clean condenser coils on ge profile refrigerator furthermore we’ll show two methods to clean your condenser and select the best one for you.

how to clean condenser coils on ge profile refrigerator

Tools you will need in method1:

  • toothbrush.
  • Spray Nu-calgon nu-blust  (it’s not cheap but it does get to all the nooks and crannies dissolves that dust away)
  • Peerless Dryer lint Trap Brush (that’s designed for cleaning out lint  from dryer)
  • Philips to unscrew the back cover screws

Before start:

  • Make sure your refrigerator is unplugged
  • secondly there’s  copper lines have refrigerant running through them so don’t torque on them or bend them work around them be gentle with that things.

How to clean condenser coils on ge profile refrigerator

Method1.

Step1. Move the refrigerator away from the wall

Step2. take off the back panel or cover.

  1. Unscrew four screws in the back cover.
  2. Pull out the cover.
  3. Put the cover aside.

Once you remove the back panel you’ll have the access to the condenser

Step3. remove the defrost drain line to give you a little bit better access to the condenser coil.

It’s the tube that’s bent, has a clip down at the bottom.

  1.  Gently pull the tube towards you as you’re lifting up on the clip.
  2. From the top pull straight down the tube.

Make sure that the tube is not clogged to do that blow through it or run water through it.

Step4. Use your toothbrush and start knocking off as much of the dust as you can.

once you’ve got as much as you can off with the brushes.

Step5. Use your Peerless Dryer lint Trap Brush to clean the level of the coil on the dispenser knocking off as much of the dust as you can.

Step6. Take your condenser  spray

  1.  spray the Nu-calgon Nu-blust  on the coil you will see it does a really good job.
  2. gets to the second third layer if there is one and knocks the majority of the dust off.

Ste7. Clean your defrost drain line and knock as much of the dust off.

Recheck your defrost drain line is not clogged flush it out shake it around

if it’s, blows through it, or run water through it.

Step8. Reinstall your defrost drain line.

The nub that the defrost drain line plugs into a point towards the ground from the inside of the cabinet

To reinstall the defrost drain line:

  1. reverse order
  2. clip the bottom of the defrost drain line into the clip on the bottom of the cabinet.

Step9. Clean your back cover condenser with a soft cloth.

Step10.  reinstall the back cover of the condenser.

Take the cover and tighten it with the four screws that you removed.

tools you will need in method2:

all that you need in this method to clean your condenser is an air compressor if it’s exists at your home or a car vacuum cleaner one of them will work well to vacuum the coil out and a Philips to unscrew the back cover screws.

Method2.

Step1. Move the fridge away from the wall.

Step2. take off the back panel or cover.

  1. Unscrew 4 screws within the back cover.
  2. Pull out the cover.
  3. Put the cover aside.

Once you take away the back panel you’ll have the access to the condenser

Step3. take away the defrost drain line to offer you a little bit better access to the condenser coil.

It’s a tube that is bent, has a clip down on the bottom.

  1.  Gently pull the tube towards you as you are lifting up on the clip.
  2. From the top pull straight down the tube.

Make sure that the tube shouldn’t be clogged to do that blow through it or run water through it.

Step4. Take your air compressor or a car vacuum cleaner and vacuum around your condenser on the top and bottom until you see the coil off.

While you’re vacuuming there are copper lines across the condenser make sure to don’t touch them forcibly and work around them gently.

Step5. Reinstall your defrost drain line.

The nub that the defrost drain line plugs into a point towards the ground from the inside of the cabinet

To reinstall the defrost drain line:

  1. reverse order
  2. clip the bottom of the defrost drain line into the clip on the bottom of the cabinet.

Step6. Clean your back cover condenser with a soft cloth.

Step7.  reinstall the back cover of the condenser.

Take the cover and tighten it with the 4 screws that you removed.

We hope this article helps you to find out how to clean condenser coils on ge profile refrigerator thanks for reading.

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My Name is Elhoucine I am a passionate blogger, I have been searching and reading about the newly released gadgets, appliances, and products, and through this blog, I am trying to share some of the acquired experience to help you with everything related to home.