Originally Posted by JoeH
I was thinking of pulling my Norcold out and cleaning the coils.
Anyone do that to clean the dust off the coils or anything else that might affect efficiency?
Clean coils or other parts of the refrigerant gas plumbing is beneficial in general. Even if dust isn't visibly present cooking fumes etc can form a film potentially affecting efficiency.
Best method is using a dedicated liquid coil cleaning solution available from A/C service suppliers, most likely online too. Follow directions and you should do fine.
Be sure to NOT use high pressure washers as those can injure refrigerator plumbing.