How to Remove and Clean a Mitsubishi Starmex Aircon Blower

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The Mitsubishi Starmex blower needs regular cleaning. Cleaning the unit ensures it continues to perform its functions of cooling, maximizes performance and minimizes aircon problems. In case you plan to clean the blower yourself, here is a guide on how to remove the Mitsubishi aircon blower and clean it.

How to Remove and Clean the Aircon Blower: A Step-by-Step Guide

Step 1: Take Out The Filter

Unlock the aircon cover and take out the green net filter to clean up. You can clean using mild soap and water, or you can rinse it out with water.

Step 2: Remove Base Panels

There are two base panels that you can remove by clicking the two locks to the right to move the panel. Pull out both plastic vanes. Since it will be dusty, you will need to clean out all the dust before wiping it with a wet towel.

Step 3: Lower The Drain Tray

Start by loosening the right black area by pushing it towards the right. Put up the black tags in the position where the two screw cups were located. The black tags are three, and they help in tightening the drainage tray.

Then lower the drainage tray towards the right. When lowering the drainage tray, ensure you are extra careful to stop them from dripping on the floor or splashing on your clothes.

Step 4: Loosen The Blower

There are three screws found on the left side of the AC unit, and you will need to unscrew it to loosen the blower. When you do this, you will find an opening on the right side of the blower where you can place the screw.

But, the point is to ensure that the screw is loose and not taking it out. Taking out the screw will give you a hard time when you want to tighten the blower in place.

Step 5: Remove The Blower

Once the screws are loose, it is time for you to take out the blower. You can do this by picking it up from the left and pushing it out and downwards. Ensure you are careful when removing it so that you do not drop it.

Step 6: Clean The Unit

Once you have removed the blower, you will have access to the cooling unit's inner part. Take advantage of this by cleaning it with water and mild soap. Not doing so can cause you minor and major issues such as not blowing cool air, leaking, etc.

Step 7: Clean The Blower

When it comes to cleaning the blower, you need to use a water hose to clean the dirt and dust off. It is best not to use soap unless it is necessary.

Step 8: Put It Back Inside

Use the reverse steps to ensure that you properly put the blower back in position. When installing it back in, do not push it in by force as it could lead to it getting stuck and will give you a hard time removing it. You also need to leave a small space to avoid noise from the blower when running.

Related article: Complete List of Mitsubishi Aircon Error Codes

Leave it to the Experts

If you feel that the task is too handy or complex, you should let the professionals handle the project. Well-trained experts will always know the best way to clean your blower and unit without any complication.

On the other hand, if you are just looking for a professional aircon servicing expert to clean and service your aircon, drop us a message today!

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