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Old 04-13-2011, 6:44 PM
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Very dirty as you can see, a combination of dog hair, vegetation debris, and dirt.

6. vacuum up the large debris inside and out, move the vacuum hose up and down on the heat exchanger so you don't bend the fins. Also be careful not to cut yourself on the sharp fins.

Grainger actually sells a "Phin comb" for about $7.00, that would be a great tool to buy if your AC phins dont look.straight anymore.