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My LG air condition will bring out ice block on the pipe out side but it will not get cold inside what is the cause

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Low gas is my guess.

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Hi, Are you getting ice build up in the freezer side as well? There is a air shuttle between the fresh food side and the freezer side. thwater might be getting in the freshfood side from there. Look at the bottom rear panel in the freezer for ice build up. Ig=f there is ice, you will need to get to the drain from inside the freezer and check for blockage.
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I'm not sure which one you have, but try this: Look for the area where the air passes from the freezer to the refrigerator side, in the wall somewhere between them. Make sure that there isn't something blocking the passage. This is a good place to start.
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This could be the water inlet valve or the logic control board that controls the valve. It may also be a clogged water inlet filer if you have not changed it in the last 12 months. A service engineer vist would sort this out.

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