Check out how easy it is to clean your air conditioner condenser! This is important annual maintenance that will extend the life of your air conditioner, and help make sure you always stay nice and cool inside on hot summer days. A dirty condenser coil will make your air conditioner work harder, run longer, and shorten its lifespan! All that adds up to costly premature repairs. The process of cleaning your A/C condenser is very easy, and I show you every step of the way exactly what you need to do and how to do it.

0:00 Introduction
0:22 Disconnect Power
0:40 Get Access To Interior
1:30 Inspect Inside
2:11 Inspect Fins
3:20 Flashlight Test
4:10 What Kind Of Cleaner?
4:30 Cleaning Procedure
6:35 Re-insepect fins
6:57 Reassembly
7:27 Conclusion

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23 thoughts on “How To Clean Your Air Conditioner Condenser Coil (Step By Step)

  1. roy bradley says:

    I have seen so many of these videos on-line saying to spray it from the outside at an angel. In all my years I have only cleaned the condenser coils from the inside out. Thanks for being real:-) It is not hard to do and if you do it in the beginning of the cooling season and about half way through the season, your a/c unit should be good to go. Good video and information.

  2. J C says:

    Thank you I was looking for this. I was also told low power 'VERY low power water can be used to push debris out of the blades. ?? High pressure hoses or air is BAD BAD bad.

  3. Thomas Ebert says:

    I just cleaned my condenser coil with weak soapy water and rinsed very well. The water pressure was medium. I cleaned it from inside out. My coil is not very dirty. Question: after that, the AC unit won’t start any more. I check the circuit breaker, replugged in the power switch, even reset my Nest thermostat. Nothing worked! It’s 100 outside today.

  4. mrcuboid says:

    If I don’t want to take apart the condenser can I just spray that stuff on and hose from outside? Mine is only 2 yo. New build from 2020 but out area is pretty dusty and allergies are kicking our asses

  5. Kevin Crouch says:

    I need to do this pretty soon. Moved into a new house about 8 months ago and now that it’s nearing summer I’ve noticed mine looks pretty bad. Thanks for the video

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