Sears Technician Tom Charland shows how to #clean #refrigerator condenser coils when your fridge isn’t cooling well. This #maintenance stop will help the refrigerator cool more efficiently.
This is an excerpt from a longer video by Tom Charland about cleaning and maintaining your fridge. https://youtu.be/o4kAIYtxVgs
A contributing factor to poor refrigeration temp is usually caused by a bad or dirty condenser coil. Most condenser coils are located under the front of a refrigerator on the bottom. A condenser coil can be accessed by removing the grill from the front of the refrigerator and getting yourself what’s called a refrigeration coil brush. You can locate one of these coil brushes at Sears Parts Direct. A coil brush is designed to slide underneath the refrigerator from front to rear or left to right. Be careful that you don’t slide this brush too far to the rear because there’s a condenser fan back there that you could contact and cause damage to. Inspect your refrigerator at least twice a year to make sure that coil stays clean for proper operation and proper temperatures in your refrigerator.
To have Sears clean and maintain your refrigerator for you, schedule Sears Maintenance and Cleaning Service. https://www.searshomeservices.com/maintain
If your refrigerator isn’t cooling and cleaning the condenser coils didn’t help resolve the problem, schedule a Sears Technician for an in-home visit. https://www.searshomeservices.com/repair/refrigerator-repair-service