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LG LSU/N 242 HE install

Installed the units, fans work, but no heat or cooling.  When heat is turned on the de-ice indicator on the inside unit lights up.  Any ideas?
Thanks, Dan

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  • A Handy Dan May 14, 2008

    Had the unit checked out today.  Short of it was that the return/suction valve was not all the way open, restricting the flow of refrigerant.  So was it my interpretation of the instructions or ?  The pressure was good. Thanks for your efforts.  I need to re-check the instruction pages.  

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It is possible that some of the refrigerant has been lost from the system during installation. These are normally pre-charged systems and the amount of charge is critical.

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