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What causes dirty ac coils?

In the process of cooling the refrigerant, the condensation coils get dirty. Dirt from the air outside is absorbed into the outdoor cooling unit and begins to build up. Is that correct? The hot refrigerant gas can't be converted back into a liquid if the condenser coils are coated with dust and dirt.

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