Question about LG Electronic Window Air Conditioner
I have an LG unit that is both our heater and air conditioner. We're currently using it as our heater and it randomly spits freezing cold air out in cycle. The code FP shows up when this happens. I've read the manual cover to cover and can't find any mention of this. How do I shut it off?
It's quite simple really.
I live in a dorm which features this very A/C unit, and in the cold winter nights in Santa Fe, it's not the most pleasant feeling in the world, so to solve this problem, we did the most rational thing we could do.
Ahh yes! The kill switch to all modern appliances. If they're doing something you don't like, then just unplug it. When we feel that the room is warm enough and don't want the unit to ruin it with its "Freeze Protection" regiment, we just unplug it until it gets too cold in the room. We haven't had any problems since. :)
Posted on Feb 09, 2013
I believe the "FP" probably stands for Freeze Protection and it's there to prevent your outside coil from freezing up and causing your head pressure to drop. To do this, it briefly has to reverse the cycle from heating to cooling. This is normal in a heat pump.
Posted on Feb 17, 2009
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