For most of us, cleansing a condenser dryer is merely washing it with the detergent. But if you want to let the dryer machine work for years, then you must know how to clean it properly. In contrast to the other, condenser dryer doesn’t blow the air outside nor it needs any specific kind of connection except a 220V electric plug. However, you can enjoy an amazing clothes dryer sale online available in our online store.
You might be thinking as to whether a condensation dryer needs a particular cleansing. In fact, its cleaning is a part of a standard maintenance which is quite different from cleaning the lint filters. Where lint filters are cleaned after every use, the condenser requires cleaning less often.
A Step by Step Guide to Cleaning the Machine of Clothes Dryer Sale
To whichever brand you are selecting for a clothes dryer machine, almost all have the similar features and specifications. The overall principle for cleaning the condenser dryer is the same. Below, our experts at Al-Fatah Electronics will guide you in detail how to clean the dryer appropriately:
Step 1: Turn OFF the Machine
It is practicality to switch OFF the electronics appliances when they are going to be cleaned. So make sure to turn off or unplug the clothes dryer or its circuit breaker before anything to be done.
Step 2: Find the Condenser in Clothes Dryer Sale
Usually, the condenser element is easy to get to on the front of the dryer machine. It is hidden in the large window which is below the dryer door.
Step 3: Take Out the Access Panel
The next step is removing the access panel. Keep in mind that the access panel/door is made of plastic. You can conveniently remove it with any plastic tool but be careful during its opening or set aside so to avoid scratches. Generally, a clip is fastened in the detergent drawer of a fully automatic washing machine. This will help you to prevent searching when you are in need of opening the access panel.
Step 4: Removing the Condenser Door
Once opening the panel/door, you’ll find another door which closes off the condenser. Open the latch to take it out.
Step 5: Pluck Out the Condenser
After opening all the closed doors, you’ll finally be able to see the condenser. You need to open the latch again to pull out the condenser.
Remember that after opening it, some fluff may fall off the condenser so avoid shaking it too much.
Step 6: Wash-Down the Condenser
Once opening the condenser put it in a sink or a tub so to give an appropriate rinsing with warm water. You can use soap for washing if you want. Make sure to clean it from all the sides with a good flow of water so that all the fluff or debris can be properly removed. Prevent bending any wire which is accessible from the sides. Keep the drain covered with a net so to catch the fluff easily.
Step 7: Dry Off the Condenser
After washing the condenser, allow it to dry on a towel overnight. This will help in improving its overall efficiency which will allow it to work perfectly for years.
Step 8: Clear any Left Over Fluff and Place Everything Back Together
Once placing the condenser back in its space, clean all the seals with a damp microfiber towel along with cleaning up the compartment (where the condenser is placed) in case if you find any fluff there. Then, put together everything back and it’s time to use the dryer machine again.
When Should I Clean a Condenser Dryer?
So, you have obtained a detailed guide on how to clean a condenser dryer. Now, you may think of as to how often you should clean it? Depending on the model and brand, each machine has a different instruction’s book that explains how often your machine requires maintenance. A general perception is that the condenser should be cleaned after 100 uses to 6 months. If you feel that you are using dryer a lot, then you can clean it after every three to four months. In case if you find any lint in the water reservoir, you can clean it earlier too.
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