Question about LG BG8000ER Air Conditioner
LG wall AC unit is not producing cool air, also it appears it may be freezing as well. I am not familiar with freon type a/c systems, but I do know that other types of ac systems have a 35 degree sensor that will shut the compressor off if it senses the temp is too low. Is there something similar on the home AC units?
If this is a newer system there will be a freeze sensor. It may be low on refrigerant. I would check the obvious things first. Are the filters and coils free of debris? Finally only set the temperature to your comfortable temp not lower as this can cause freezing too (generally not below 70 degrees)
Posted on Jun 23, 2008
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