How to Clean Ductless System in Three Steps
A ductless system (indoor unit) installed at the head of your room’s wall requires attention from time-to-time. More particularly, before summer and around the time the nipping winds go away. The fact that they are installed higher than your own height or that they appear sleek and tidy doesn’t erase the need for internal cleaning. Furthermore, the question that arises is how.
A clean ductless system from the inside boost its efficiency. Clean off the debris to enhance the lifespan of your ductless system, observe potential issues before they get worse. You can easily learn how to clean a ductless system with this guide even if you are less than handy.
1. Start With The Condenser
2. Proceed Indoors
3. Finally, the Evaporator and Blower
To get to the evaporator and blower, use a vacuum with a narrow nozzle to clear away the possible debris. Be careful not to damage or bend the fins. The blower should be relatively easy to vacuum. Clean the fan blades as much as possible. If you notice stubborn deposits that will not be vacuumed, it will need to be removed and washed. This task is more labor intensive and requires trained professional help. DO NOT SCRAPE DEBRIS – call a professional technician for service.
It is best to schedule a professional inspection every year before you put your ductless system to its regular, heavy use. The technician will not only provide facilitated cleaning but will also spot any technical defect possibly prior to it inflicting full damage.