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    Trane condenser

    What is the best way to clean cotton wood fibers from the spine fin coil? I just moved into a new house and the coil looks like it has never been cleaned. The wotton wood fibers are stuck like glue to the spine fin
    Help

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    Try reading Site Rules before you post again, Thank you.
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    Thanks,
    I will give that a try when we have a weekend above freezing. I hope soon.

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    Doesn't work.

    Well, maybe if your going to spend an entire day doing it.

    A good tech knows how to do it much faster.

    But, its not something for a DIYer to try.
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    I edited out your reply.
    No DIY instructions allowed, read site rules.
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    I did not think that this forum would consider cleaning a coil out not a DIY project. I have worked on units of all kinds however in lab conditions and advanced applications thus never a need to clean a coil. Lance fin coils are easy to clean. What I did not want to do is damage the spin fins. I hope dto find good advise on this forum. I am new to this sight but not new to the industry. How does one get to the part of the forum that deals with more complicated issues? Is there a pm system on this forum?

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    Get your post count up to 15.
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    Thanks
    Louiee.

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