Every 30 days or as needed, True refrigerators must have their condenser coils cleaned. A dirty condenser can result in non-warrantied repairs.
Unplug the unit before cleaning.
Do not clean the unit with a pressure washer or hose.
Coil fins are sharp and can cut you. Please use gloves.
Debris dislodged while cleaning can injure your eyes. Please use eye protection.
Do not place any filter material in front of the condenser coils.
Condenser Cleaning Instructions
Pull the kickplate off the magnets, exposing the condenser coils underneath the unit.
Clean the coils to remove dust and debris using either a soft brush, a vacuum or pressurized air. Note: Never brush horizontally across the coil fins.
Use a flashlight to verify all blockages have been removed.
True Refrigerator with Stainless Steel Door - Cleaning Suggestions
Stainless steel gets its stainless properties from the protective chromium oxides on its surface. Scouring it or using harmful cleaning chemicals can remove these oxides, causing rust.
Avoid build-up of hard stains by cleaning frequently.
Do not use cleaners containing chlorides, quaternary salts or hydrochloric acid (muriatic acid). If you use cleaners with chlorides, immediately rinse and wipe dry.
If possible, soften hard water when possible. Some filters can remove corrosive elements in cleaning water.
Cleaners that are alkaline, alkaline-chlorinated or non-chloride are ideal for cleaning stainless steel.
Do not use abrasive tools to clean stainless steel. Use soft cloths and plastic scouring pads. Clean in line with the “grain” of the stainless steel.