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July 25, 2015
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fin comb! always wondered about that; i’ve spent hours trying to use a
screwdriver! i forget to always use the Right Tool for the Job! thanks for
the great info!
Wow! I always wondered about that, and it can be fixed.
Thanks for making this video! I had no idea what a fin, or fin comb, was.
They should include the comb with the unit.
Thank you for the fin comb info!!! Now I need to know how to get my little
window unit to stop freezing up and start cooling. The compressor comes on
but it’s not cooling.
THANKS A LOT
Great Info! Thanks!
Please use a stationery camera or someone with a steady hand…I got dizzy!
Fin combs I never knew it, thanks
Thank you ..very helpful video… I’m gonna look at my local
home-improvement stores for the tool or online … Unless you have a link
..I like the set that you have -can you tell me where you got it ,please ?
Ok, so I’ve been in my apartment now for 4 years and NEVER cleaned my ac
units … I know, I know, gross right? But last season I stared noticing
what looks like mold on the front panel. Been watching vids here on YouTube
on how to clean an ac unit, so I’ll be getting to cleaning mine once and
for all, lol!
My ac unit is pretty secure, in fact, it’s not in the window but right
below it, in the wall and I’m on the top floor! With that being said, I
can’t get to the other side to clean it … Any suggestions?
Thanks for sharing Dino.
I have a window unit much like you have in this video. I’m getting my air
conditioner cleaned up for the summer season. It has a fair amount of
black mold. What is the best cleaning solution to use to clean the inside
and fin panel. I understand that bleach is “not good” to use around the
copper coils. Any thoughts or recommendations.
Nice thanks for the info helps a lot
Thank you for the instructions I’ve been cleaning out my air conditioning
before watching this video my air conditioning unit gets dirty because I
have cockateils they have powder that goes up into the air conditioner fins
it gets really hot in my apartment and the air is not blowing like it’s
supposed to be doing is there a way of cleaning up the dust out of the Fens
please help me thank you
Dino – you rock, brother man!!! Thanks for posting this video. I watched it
before going out to the store to buy things to clean out my air
conditioner. sums up to your video and for putting such good information
out there. Thanks again. Keep up the good work!
thanks for showing me that simple tool,,,,going to the store tomorrow to
Cleaning the filter worked great…. thanks amigo!
nice thank you
Hey Dino, my Friedrich Kuhl AC cools and then stops after a certain period
of time. I noticed when removing the carbon filter that there was extreme
ice build up in the grill (fins) area. Friedrich Website FAQ says that
running the unit at lowest temp & fan speed can cause condensation to build
up. I like sleeping cold and don’t have this issue with the larger model
which is in my living room. Any suggestions on what I can do to
remove/prevent the ice build up and troubleshoot this issue? thanks..
Can you wet the fan
Holy shit!!! Dino scares the hell out of me!! I’m outta here y’all!!
T hank you for the informative video….and the accent! I learned a lot
from you and now I have a question please.
What if a person can not remove the unit from their window, such as a
widow? Can I use hose with a spray end and spray really well through the
vents? I know it will not clean as well, but would it make a difference? I
can not remove it out of the window. I cleaned the front part, in the
house, as much as possible , without moving the coils. (so happy to see how
to straighten the bent coils, with the fin comb, with some strength behind
it. I would have been too easy .)
So , how to clean , as best as can , with unit still in the window.
Thank you, from Texas.
Now I know!!!… Fin comb!! Thanks man!./
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