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Lg 10000 btu ac wall unit

Hello, well the problem i am having with my ac unit is since yesterday i put it on energy saver as i do everyday but i notice that it wasent turning off when it was to cold, it was working fine before that, please if you could help me with that, thank you very much. Francisco

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  • francisco torres Aug 06, 2007

    hi thank you for your help, well it wont turn off at all even at night when its really cold i put it at 80 and it still wont turn off, i really think is a bad sensor because if i put it at 80 temp, it will run the same as if it was at 60, what can i do if its the sensor that is not working correct? please let me know, and thank you for all your help.

  • francisco torres Aug 06, 2007

    hi thank you for your help, well it wont turn off at all even at night when its really cold i put it at 80 and it still wont turn off, i really think is a bad sensor because if i put it at 80 temp, it will run the same as if it was at 60, what can i do if its the sensor that is not working correct? please let me know, and thank you for all your help.

  • AMRK May 24, 2008


    Regardless of the temperature I set, the AC continues to run and the room gets colder and colder. I cleaned the filter on the front. Unit is about a year old, I have to manually turn the AC off and then on again to keep room cool....usually we like it at 72 to 74 degrees.




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If you remove the front cover you should see a little sensor with a wire. you need to make sure it has not fallen off its bracket or came off form the evaporator. if it looks to be ok and mounted correctly, you may have a bad sensor and it is not able to tell the temp and not shut the unit down. also to on very hot and humid days even though you have it set to energy saver it senses it still needs to run. If you turn the thermostat up when its on the energy saver will it shut off? and if you do the same on the regular setting will the comressor shut off and the fan stay running? Let me know and I can go from there. Thanks

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