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LG Air Conditioner Model LWHD1006RY8 not draining water, coils are freezing, loud noise. How to you drain the water

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Posted on Jan 02, 2017

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SOURCE: Drain Hole for Frigidaire Window Air Conditioner

Leave it alone. DO NOT attempt to create a drain. As long as a window A/C unit is installed properly, (angled slightly down toward the rear) it will drain excess water over the rear lower lip of the unit should it get that high. Many models use some of the collected water/condensation. It gets lifted up by the fan blades to cool the coil.

Posted on Jun 23, 2009

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SOURCE: LG WM-2277HB washer does not drain and make rattling noise.

You will need to replace the drain pump motor. The pump impeller has separated from the motor shaft. You can push it back on, but it will just come off again. I have not tried adding adhesive because I didn't want a call back. That may work if you want to try it. To replace pump motor:
Take the rectangular recess out by using a putty knife on the left or right side, Remove phillips screws mounting pump. Pull machine forward about two feet to allow you to tilt the machine back to lean it against the wall. Reach under to access the pump. It is held in place by a plastic tab you can depress to remove, but if you break the tab, don't worry, as the mounting screws will hold your pump in place just fine when reinstalled. Remove pump by disconnecting hoses and electrical plug. Change out pump motor (three phillips head screws)

Posted on Nov 16, 2008

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SOURCE: Unit constantly makes a clicking noise.

Electronic filters use static dicharges to filter the air. Unfortunately the make that clicking noise when they discharge. LG calls it a plasma filter. Clean both the regular and the plasma filter to see if that helps.

Posted on Dec 30, 2008

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SOURCE: LG LDF8812ST WONT DRAIN JUST INTERMITTENT BUZZ NOISE

Hi, there may be an obstruction in the pump housing that is causing the motor to freeze or, the impeller may be stripped and , jamming the pump. this will cause the hum you are hearing. the best way to inspect is to , extract the drain pump by, removing
the bottom drain filter housing or sump. manually
move the pump impeller to self it is moving freely. if the impeller is stripped, it will not be able to produce the draining surge necessary to pull the water out.

If the impeller is fine and, there are no obstructions visible, this will confirm pump failure.. replace the pump in this case


Some models have two impellers inside the pump - one, wash impeller, takes care of the wash cycles, the other, drain impeller, drains the water out. If the drain impeller is broken (broken blades, shaft), the dishwasher would not drain. Replace any broken pump components.

Posted on Jun 19, 2009

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SOURCE: my air conditioner coils continue to freeze up. i

If the indoor coil is icing up, you are either low on freon, or the indoor coil is very dirty. This will cause it to ice even though you have replaced the filter. See if the suction line/large copper line has ice on it on the outdoor unit. If so, its low on charge or the indoor coil has plugged up and not getting enough air flow across it. Please keep me posted.
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Posted on Apr 17, 2010

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My LG air conditioner is saying water fl what is that and where can I find it? I cannot find the book.


The FL error usually means that there is excess water in the drain pan. Look for the drain plug cap at the bottom of the back of the air conditioner. Remove the cap and tilt the air conditioner so that any water in the drain pan will run out. If the room is extremely humid and the air conditioner is set to Cool, this is normal. To reduce the water level issue, set the fan speed to Low. If the air conditioner is in the Dry (dehumidifying) mode, try setting it to Cool. Alternatively, consider using a hose if your unit allows for a continuous drain.

Unplug the air conditioner for at least 10 seconds to reset the unit if the error persists. If the drain pan is dry or the error recurs before more water fills the drain pan after the reset, then the air conditioner needs service.

Please add a comment with the model number of the unit if you need help finding the drain pan cap. I hope this helps.

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I have cleaned the drain holes, filter, coils, etc; however, water is building up in the front of the unit and the fan starts making a loud clattering noise. There is no water built up in the back;...


If your a/c have a housing, set the upper front side 1/2" away from the wall and the lower front side 1 1/2" away from the wall. Some units with plastic base pan should be inclined more defending on the height of the drain line fitted in each model.

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My ge window air conditioner model AET05LJG1 does not drain the water that condenses. The fan sloshes the water.


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On many of the newer air conditioners they intentionally keep some water in there so that it splashes onto the condenser coil and helps to cool it....while this may work well it also creates more noise....so I often recommend to drill a drain hole in the back corner...jus drill down from the top...drilling up from the bottom is a great way to drill right through the coil....

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My goldstar window air conditioner keeps spitting water out of the vents and making a loud noise, what is it? Please.


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Could be the drain hole is clogged up outside.
Its usually located on the bottom r h side.Needs to be unclogged.Use a thin piece of wire or compressed air or even a good blast of water to fix it.

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My ac is spitting out water in the front and making a loud noise


Your noise is probably your fan hitting water. First try to tilt the ac to slant to the outside. If this is done water should drain to the outside if not your drain hole is blocked from the front to the back you can see this if you remove the unit and look at the front coil housing you will see a very small weep hole clean it out and use a water hose to clean the front coil and the back coil. good luck

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Condensation buildup


Make sure the unit tilts towards the outside. If it's installed level or tilted toward front it will not drain properly.

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Started making a noise, spitting water from vent


there is a drain on the pan under the cooling coil - your "blades" if you are looking in from the front cover - the opening could be stopped up going to the back of the unit - you will have to pull it out of shell to see drain line

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My window unit is spraying water and making a loud clicking noise


You could have a stoppped up drain passage from the evap coil to the outside of the unit. OR it could be leaning too far inward not allowing the condesate to drain out. Check to make sure the unit is level, and if it is, then pull it out and clean it out. you can use a water hose, but be careful not to get the electronics wet. The passage is usually plastic or styrafoam an at the backside of the evap(inside)coil.

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Troubleshooting


first I would check your air conditioner to see if it is tilted backwards it should drain to the back (outside) . also check to see if the evaporator tray is clear of debris. if it is pluged up water may back up.. let me know and if this don't help we can go deeper..Thanks

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