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I just purchased an LG Model #. LP1010SNR just yesterday. I hooked it up and it seemed to run just fine. It was a floor model and did not come with owners manual. Itis intended to run for several hours at a time as it is used for a green house. When I checked on conditioner. It read on the digital display screen (P2). The power comes on. However, the P2 status will not let it turn on. It just beeps 5 times then stops and AC will not come on. I get nothing.

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P2 means the water collection tank is full and needs to be drained. You have to pull the drain plug at the bottom of the unit and drain the water.

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When you unscrew the bottom cap, there is a "rubber plug" you need to pull out. It is not on the diagram, go figure.

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