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    I'm not sure what kind of dirt you have, but according to your photo, the fan picks it up and it may fall back near there, therefore dirt is sucked again and It gets possibly sticked inside the coil if you clean it with an ordinary/cheap cleaner or soap
    Only use water or the right cleaner

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    To solve some part or eventually the complete problem:

    1) They install the condenser some feet from the floor
    2) They make ducts to guide the air


    To solve 100% of the problem:

    1) We have used electrostatic filters for more than 5 years succesfully, solving 100% of the issue in spite of we have to wash such filters in zones where the rains can´t reach them.

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    There are system sin factories that take a 90' roll of that material. As the material gets dirty a static pressure sensor reacts and pulls the filter off the new roll and wraps it around a 'used" roll until the pressure drops. it saves having to manually monitor the filters and have them changed all the time. A roll will last 3-6 months. That's what they need for these units.

    It looks to me like the filters are dirty so if the filters weren't there the coils would be getting dirty. Change filters or clean coils, you got to do something to deal with the dirt.

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