JAKARTA, KOMPAS.com – There are many reasons why your electricity bill may swell. One of them is household electronic equipment, such as refrigerators.
When was the last time you checked the back of the refrigerator or the bottom of the refrigerator? If you don’t, the refrigerator’s condenser coil can cause your electricity bill to swell as well.
Quoted from The KitchnFriday (4/3/2022), cleaning dusty refrigerator condenser coils every six months can save a lot of money and your electricity bill.
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Repair service HomeServe recently uploaded a video on its TikTok account on how to clean a refrigerator condenser coil. Dirty and dusty refrigerator condenser coils can affect the cooling performance of the refrigerator.
Managing editor at HomeServe Matt Schmitz explains what a refrigerator condenser is, where it is located, and how to clean it.
What is a refrigerator condenser coil and where is it located?
On a very basic level, chemical refrigerant is passed into the refrigerator and heat is expelled and released from your refrigerator through coils or coils.
Refrigerator condenser coils are usually black metal, wired, and are found at the back of the refrigerator or underneath towards the front or back.
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The refrigerator condenser coil is open, but there may be panels or bars covering it. If so, you may need to open it with a screwdriver or wrench.
It’s a good idea to check the refrigerator instructions before doing this yourself.