It’s not uncommon to find your refrigerator not cooling properly, especially during the hot months. If you’re trying to figure out why your refrigerator won’t cool, checking some of the most frequent causes may save you time and money. Minor problems can often be resolved by replacing simple parts. In case you can’t investigate the case yourself don’t waste your time and call a professional helper to solve the trouble in time and save your refrigerator. At least you aren’t ready to purchase a new one. We recommend diagnosing condenser coils, they dissipate heat as the refrigerant passes through them. Since the condenser coils are usually located under the refrigerator, it’s one of the components that require regular cleaning in order to maintain performance. When the condenser coils become dirty, they don’t expand the heat effectively, causing the refrigerator to work harder to cool down. If the coils are significantly dirty, the refrigerator will simply not be able to maintain the proper temperature. Check the condenser coils—if they are dirty, use a fresh rag to clean them. Remember to conduct a regular check to extend the life of your appliances.
January 27, 2023
How long does your Payne AC last?
The most reliable equipment, including air conditioners, sooner or later fails. In hot countries, air conditioners work for a maximum of 6-8 years. No one can name the exact numbers as they depend on the particular case (efficiency, load, and the manufacturer).