Using plastic bristle brush, carefully clean the coil being aware that fins can bend or be
damaged if too much force is used - shown left.
Replace grill and utilize the Phillips screwdriver to tighten the screws into place, replace the rubber caps.
MAINTENANCE - Cleaning Shutdown Questions and Answers
Cleaning and Maintenance
Unplug the cooler before cleaning.
Use a soft cloth or sponge with water or soap (non-corrosive mild detergent), while cleaning.
After cleaning, wipe the cooler using dry cloth to keep the cooler from rusting.
Do not spray water on the cooler, and do not use hard or steel brushes to clean the cooler.
Do not use organic solvents, boiling water, washing powder or acid while cleaning.
If the cooler's power will be off for a long period of time, unplug it, clean as instructed above, and keep door
open until dry.
It is essential to keep the condenser coils clean and free of dust and debris at all
times. It is required to periodically clean the condenser coils with a soft bristle brush
or vacuum-cleaner to properly maintain the refrigeration system. Failure to clean
the condenser at regular intervals may cause failure of the refrigeration system and
could void the warranty.
Remove the rubber cap from the front grill.
Using a Phillips screwdriver, remove the three screws as
The front plastic grill can now be removed by pulling it up.