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H have a lg LST 243h air con and I cant seem to get it to blow hot/warm air. the remote beeps for all other functions except on the one that looks like a sun please help

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With the key in the off position; remove the RDO BAT fuse for at least 10 seconds then replace the fuse; turn on or start the vehicle and try the A/C again. Removing the fuse should reset blend actuators

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Error C6 on lg cool art is common. You need a new CAPACITOR. cost $7.05c aud. it's 6uF 450vac.
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C4 is for over heating. This should clear after the capacitor is replaced.

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SOURCE: Hi, The air con in my 2003 Audi A6 1.9 tdi 130 is blowing warm air the air con rad is fully gassed and all fuses are ok . Thanks in advance for any advice on how to fix

The only other thing then would be if the compressor is turning, engaging, and the cooling fan working properly. You should either be able to see the compressor clutch engage, as the switch is energized, or at least hear it click loudly when the switch is energized. If it is not, then there are sensors for the low pressure/high pressure line to tell the compressor when to function, that also have to be checked.

As the engine runs with the compressor turning, one line should be hot/warm, the othe,r (larger diameter hose) should be cool/cold, if the system is working properly.

If the compressor is turning when you have the A/C turned on, then see if the cooling fan is running as well. It must run to remove the heat and cause the process to function properly.

Good luck!

Posted on Mar 28, 2012

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Hi, The air con in my 2003 Audi A6 1.9 tdi 130 is blowing warm air the air con rad is fully gassed and all fuses are ok . Thanks in advance for any advice on how to fix


The only other thing then would be if the compressor is turning, engaging, and the cooling fan working properly. You should either be able to see the compressor clutch engage, as the switch is energized, or at least hear it click loudly when the switch is energized. If it is not, then there are sensors for the low pressure/high pressure line to tell the compressor when to function, that also have to be checked.

As the engine runs with the compressor turning, one line should be hot/warm, the othe,r (larger diameter hose) should be cool/cold, if the system is working properly.

If the compressor is turning when you have the A/C turned on, then see if the cooling fan is running as well. It must run to remove the heat and cause the process to function properly.

Good luck!

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Cant get remote to function even after replacing batteries


You can test your remotes infrared with a camera . Press the buttons on ac remote . look through your camera phone and see if the end lights up when your press buttons. does your remote beep .

You can get replacement universal remotes

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The remote has "frozen" and


If the remote has been in use for a long time then some moisture and dust has accumulated in the contacts. Try this simple remedy: Take out the batteries from the remote. Keep it in the open for sometime - not directly under the sunlight. Let it get dried up. Blow some air inside. Wait for some more time. Replace the batteries. If it still does not work I am afraid you have to replace the remote

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I have an celestial air con unit model KFR-70GW/K it is blowing air refresh out but will not turn on to air con with the remote... help


Check temp setting minimum -3 degree than your room temp and also in cool mode. If while settings there any beep sound? If not transmission problem between remote and PCB. Replace batteries and check once again. If beep sound comes and no start, check compressor is working and also with proper gas pressure. Thanks.

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Split system air con LG model LST 2434C-2 unit won't turn on, remote is working but unit won't respond, turned on at wall.


Check there will be red icon when power is on,before switch on by emote. If no red light, there is no power goes into indoor unit. Check. If red light is there and no response with remote, communication error between remote and PCB in indoor. Try with other same type remote. If yes, replace battery or replace your remote. If no, receiving sensor in PCB problem. Repair or replace it.

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Cant make it blow out hot air.


You do not mention the model. Most aircon remotes have a mode button which has three or four icons. On cooling there will be a ice crystal icon on the lcd display. Pressing the mode button (sometimes behind a cover on the remote) this icon will change. You want to set it to the "sun" shaped icon

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