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  • Make sure any foods and/or liquids in your refrigerator are secure to avoid spillage.

  • Shut of the circuit breaker for the refrigerator. Move the refrigerator away from the wall and unplug from the electric outlet. If you have an ice maker and/or a water dispenser, it would be prudent to shut off the water.

  • The condenser coils in an older refrigerator can be found on the back, while the new refrigerators have coils on the bottom. When you find the coils, you may see a fan, which you will also need to clean.

  • Before you start, check once again to make sure the power is disconnected. You can never be too careful.

  • Use the crevice tool on your vacuum to gently vacuum the dirt and dust from the coils and the fan. Be careful you do not damage the coils.

  • Use the brush to lightly brush away any dust and dirt the vacuum cannot get.

  • Sweep and vacuum behind the refrigerator periodically to help keep the dust and dirt from returning too quickly.

  • Reconnect the power and water, and then return the refrigerator to its place. Make sure that air can flow around the back.