1: Clean the air filter:
The air filter is an important component of your air conditioner, as it prevents dust and other particles from entering your home. Before summer starts, it's important to clean or replace the air filter to ensure your unit is functioning properly. You can easily remove the filter from your Midea air conditioner and clean it with soap and water or replace it with a new one.
2: Check the outdoor unit:
Your Midea air conditioner's outdoor unit can become dirty and clogged with debris over the winter months. Before turning on your unit for the summer, make sure to clean any debris from around the outdoor unit and check for any signs of damage or wear and tear.