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'''I don't think it can be done without some mess'''mess''' ''... condensation has probably glued the dirt/dust to the coils... '' Take it outside to brush and wash/rinse with soapy then clean water would be, IMnsHO the best way. if you have to do it inside you might get by with putting down a tarp (or using bathtub/shower stall) and using a hand pump up sprayer'' (like for liquid weed killer, or deck wash/sealant) ''to get some pressure behind the water.
'''I don't think it can be done without some mess'''mess''' ''... condensation has probably glued the dirt/dust to the coils... '' Take it outside to brush and wash/rinse with soapy then clean water would be, IMnsHO the best way. if you have to do it inside you might get by with putting down a tarp (or using bathtub/shower stall) and using a hand pump up sprayer'' (like for liquid weed killer, or deck wash/sealant) ''to get some pressure behind the water.
 
These units (all AC units actually) lose freon (coolant) as the molecules are so small they pass through most rubber hoses & seals - that affects efficiency of cooling. Take it, or call an AC specialist to come over, who can run a pressure test and top off the coolant (which also contains pump lubricant).
 
''As always "if this answer is acceptable"... you know what to do.''

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'''I don't think it can be done without some mess'''''... condensation has probably glued the dirt/dust to the coils... '' Take it outside to brush and wash/rinse with soapy then clean water would be, IMnsHO the best way. if you have to do it inside you might get by with  putting down a tarp (or using bathtub/shower stall) and using a hand pump up sprayer'' (like for liquid weed killer, or deck wash/sealant) ''to get some pressure behind the water.

These units (all AC units actually) lose freon (coolant) as the molecules are so small they pass through most rubber hoses & seals - that affects efficiency of cooling. Take it, or call an AC specialist to come over, who can run a pressure test and top off the coolant (which also contains pump lubricant).

''As always "if this answer is acceptable"... you know what to do.''

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