Question about LG LB8000ER Air Conditioner
Compressor is on, doesn't blow very cold air.
You can pull the inside of the unit out of the case to inspect the back coils mainly to see if there is any blockage. Note the screws on the bottom of the housing the holds the coils take the screws out and very gently take the coil and move out a little. It will flex enough to clean the coils. Just don't hit it with very high pressure water cause it will bend the fins that go around the coils. I have done a bunch of window units this way and you would not believe the difference it makes. Let unit dry out and re-assemble. Let me know if you need anything else.. ken
Posted on May 27, 2009
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Posted on Jan 26, 2009
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