Question about LG BP6000ER Air Conditioner
Take it outside .get the hose .buy some coil cleaner hardware store .clean the coils good.. both of them .try to be carfull of the controls not to get them to wet ..cover them if you want ..after cleaning coils tilt unit to remove most of the water let it dry, use a fan its quicker should do the trick .it will work like new and smell better
Posted on Aug 23, 2010
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