Question about LG LSC121PMA Split System Air Conditioner
This unit is not heating properly. Over the period of about a week it has been giving out less and less heat. An identical one in another room is working properly, and if you set it at a much lower heat than this one ie 20 as opposed to 24, heats much more efficiently and to a higher temperature in that room.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
What you have is two fans, one for the outdoors and one for the indoors.You indoor fan is not running and it is not a good idea to run your unit. There are several reasons for this fan not to be running, but the most common is that it is bad. AC mechanic or good electrician can check this out.
Posted on Nov 05, 2008
Not sure what the smell...smells like. My guess is dirt or dust near the heating elements. These will cause a burning smell. Sometimes insects even get into the act..building webs.
You will have to clean that area out...sometimes a large blower or vac can dislodge the dust.
Posted on Dec 04, 2008
You can download the owners manual; here is the link for it.
when you get to the page scroll down and you will see Download Now and under that "Owners Manual" just click on it.
I hope it helps.
Posted on May 27, 2009
Running the heat pump in low outside ambient temps. will definitely cause the coil to ice up. An ouside temperature senor or a wind baffle should be installed in climates that get below freezing. This would definitely cause the heat pump to operate at lowered efficency and maybe not at all. It should go into defrost mode if the sensor is working correctly when the coil ices up.
Posted on Dec 20, 2009
SOURCE: My LG LWHD 7000 is not heating.
heater coil located behing the front evaporator coil has burnt out. To access the coil you need to remove the a/c from its sleeve and the coil is located between the evaporator coil and the fan motor. An appliance parts house will have the replacement coil if you do it yourself.
Good Luck on your repair hope this helped
Posted on Jan 08, 2010
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