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My portable LG (model LP0910WNR) AC keeps shutting off the a/c but keeps the fan on. when i turn on like normal and select cold (meaning a/c on) i hear it kick the compressor on and cold air is flowing then approx, 3 minutes later ill check on it and it blowing ambient (room temp) air only. and the a/c compressor isnt on just the fan. only 6 months old

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Anonymous

SOURCE: room temperature has not changed since hooking up new portable a/c

I bought mine last summer. Used it once or twice. Hooked up it today and it is a piece of ****. Been at 34celsius for the last 4 hours and still not even close to being cool .. and its in my bedroom

DON'T BUY DANBY portable a/c -----------

Posted on Jun 07, 2008

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bradgreen

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SOURCE: will not blow cold air

If your room is not getting cold enough when your A/C is turned on, It is time for a good cleaning. There are a variety of factors that may cause your A/C to not cool your house. With that said, here is a diagnostic article that provides the most probable causes of your A/C's failure to cool your house, and from there you can read it and then, step by step, rule out each possible cause listed in the article:

http://yourhandymanzone.com/Your_Handyman_Zone_How_To_Pages_Home_Improvement_Zone_Cooling_Ventilation_Systems_Central_Air_Conditioning_Does_Not_Cool.htm

Of course, a low level of Freon/refrigerant may be the problem, but there may be other problem causes as well, as noted in the article---it may just be that debris is obstructing your AC as well. Read the article, and, if need be, take advantage of the text-link for free four (4) quotes and "pick the brain"--seek the advice--of these local technicians who offer you a free quote to discern what could be the problem.

Posted on Jul 13, 2009

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anantha reddy

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SOURCE: LG 24000btu not blowing cold air. Fan runs but i

please check the temperature sensor this will make the compressor for running and stopping and also check the compressor if its in warranty period please call the service technician to check these and replace if necessary.

Posted on Sep 04, 2009

Anonymous

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SOURCE: Chilled air flow is changing to warm air flow

Sounds like a classic floating restriction. An A/C unit with a leak on the low pressure side can **** in moisture which is then pumped through the system, as it goes through the metering device, typically a capillary (very thin) tube, it freezes, creating a blockage. The discharge air warms, the ice melts and circulates again. During the circulation, you get cool air.

The problem could also be electrical. A faulty overload device or the compressor in the process of failure, could give these symptoms. Best thing to do is shut it off and have a pro take a look. If it is a window unit, look for a local refrigeration school to check it out. THey will often do the repair for the cost of the parts.

Posted on Jul 19, 2010

Rich Landrum

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SOURCE: my LG portable AC won't

I have searched all LG data bases for the Model Number(s) you listed and those numbers were not found.

Please recheck the model number and get back to me. So that I can try to help you, again.

Thanks, Rich

Posted on Jun 10, 2011

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