What will be the effects of not cleaning the coils in our air conditioning?

I have a 2 ton AC unit and it has a very nice cooldown time. Will the coils burn out if they are not cleaned? Should I clean the coils every two years? Or should I just wait until something breaks? Do you have any suggestions or tips for me? Thanks!

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Well, I can’t say what kind of coils you have in your AC unit. But, generally, all AC coils burn out over time. So, unless you have a very high-efficiency AC unit, you might want to check on your AC unit periodically. I would say, once every two years is good enough.

If the coils are dirty, it could reduce the cooling ability of the aircon unit. 

The next step is to check the actual air conditioner unit, whether the cooling function is working properly. The first thing you can do is to use an ultrasonic cleaner (a device that uses sound waves to clean surfaces) to clean the coils. This is the best method to clean your coils, because it’s a non-contact cleaning method and also very effective.

Dirty coils could cause condensation build up and that could cause mold, which is harmful for human health. 

Cleaning a dirty coil is one of the most important things you should do if you want to get a good performance out of your coil. It’s pretty simple and can be done with just water. However, if you want to make sure that it’s really clean, then you might want to consider using a little bit of distilled or boiled water.

If you want to find out how to clean a dirty coil, you can read on below. What is a dirty coil? A dirty coil is simply a coil that has been used before. It can happen in two ways: You coil is dirty due to use – this can happen if you’ve run it for too long, or you’ve left the car idle for too long.

If the coils are not cleaned, it can be caused by power outage or water leakage of your aircon. 

A: The compressor is likely trying to work against the suction side of the system – the refrigerant is trying to move out, but the fan is sucking in. Check for any blockages or dirt on the fan blades. Also make sure the suction hose is connected properly and that there isn’t a kink in it.

Q: The AC doesn’t run? A: Check your thermostat. It may be stuck on one setting or the other. Q: The AC runs, but won’t cool? A: Check the evaporator coil, the compressor, and make sure it’s running smoothly.

The efficiency of the air conditioner is reduced due to dust build up and other contaminants. 

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If the dust build up is not cleaned then it will cause damage to the motor of your aircon. 

In the long run, you will have to replace the filter anyway. A filter can be changed in a few minutes with the right tools and equipment. The filter should be changed at least once per year.   To clean your filter, use a vacuum cleaner.  Use a soft brush or sponge and a mild detergent such as dishwashing liquid.

1. Use a mild soap like Dawn or Ivory. Do not use harsh soaps that leave a film on the glass. **

2.** **Tilt your head back.** **

3.** **Look through the window and see if there are any streaks of dirt in the water.** If you see a lot of dirt, use a soft brush to try to dislodge it.

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