Question about LG LB8000ER Air Conditioner
I have the LG 12000 BTU Air conditioner, and its been working great. Recently, I noticed that when on, it would hum like the fan wanted to turn but couldnt. Being off a while fixed the problem, but it would sieze again. I live in a humid state, so when I read that you might need to drain the unit, I figured my problem is solved. However, I live on the second story of a building - and getting to that drainage pipe in the back is going to be a real pain. Is there any way I can do this without killing myself? Thanks for your help in advance. -Kaerbear
Possibly its a capacitor thats faulty and not the drainage. still, the unit will have to be removed from its casset (case) to be repaired.
Posted on Oct 23, 2007
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