Question about LG LSC091PMA Split System Air Conditioner
No joke, something probably did die in there. I have found rats in the drain pan or caught up in the fanmotor. Check this first. Second you can pour in some Miltons (solution used for washing baby bottles) or a mild mix of pool chlorine and water, directly into the drainpan. If you open the front cover, this is the plastic collection pan directly below the aluminium fins where the condensate water drips into. The chlorine will sanitize this area and should help remove the smell. But you should check and remove whatever died there in the first place.
Posted on Nov 13, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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