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I started with Ace Self rinse Detergent cleaner, then rinsed with the 100 psi spray nozzle.

At the time of the failure of this unit, outside temps were over 100 and had been for days. And, yes, I chcked into a new system but that meant entirely new inside and out (at least repalcing the A Coil) for the new freon.

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Some additional information - in June my other HVAC unit failed and it took AHS a month to get it replaced. Shorting to ground can occur without overheating and the overload would offer no protection. Irish bookie already paying out on Hillary Clinton victory bets Ive said if Ivanka werent my daughter, perhaps Id be dating her. Irish bookie already paying out on Hillary Clinton victory bets Ive said if Ivanka werent my daughter, perhaps Id be dating her. Irish bookie already paying out on Hillary Clinton victory bets Ive said if Ivanka werent my daughter, perhaps Id be dating her.

It's a distilled-water cleaner, no chemicals or anything. I am working on an apartment complex that is 32 years old, talk about some dirty coils!

I tried it on an old slant coil that was waiting to be recycled, using a soft nylon brush attachment, and I have to say it cleaned the crud off better than anything I've ever seen. I use a pump up spray bottle with nu-brite followed with an air compressor. I debate on removeing them and cleaning them but found blowing air with water gets them clean enough vs opening the system.