LG | S3RERB | LG S3WERB Owner’s Manual

OWNER’S MANUAL
STYLER
Read this owner’s manual thoroughly before operating
the appliance and keep it handy for reference at all times
S3WERB
MFL66101230
www.lg.com
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
TABLE OF CONTENTS
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PRODUCT FEATURES
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Checking the Water Tanks
IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
25
Loading the Styler
Hangers
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Safety Instructions for Installation
Using the Moving Hanger
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Safety Instructions for Connecting Electricity
Pants Hanger or Pants Crease Care
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Basic Safety Precautions
Shelf
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Grounding Instructions
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PRODUCT OVERVIEW
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8 Parts
9 Accessories
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The Moving Hanger
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The Pants Crease Care
11
The Shelf
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Choosing Styler Features
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Control Panel
Control Panel Features
Cycle Guide
Cycle Processes
32
Choosing a Cycle
33
Cycle Settings and Options
34
Special Functions
Locking the Controls
Turning Alert Sounds On/Off
INSTALLATION
Setting a Delayed Start Time
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Installation Overview
35 STORAGE FUNCTION
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Product Specifications
13
Unpacking the Styler
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Choosing the Proper Location
36
SMART FEATURES
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Installation Location Requirements
36
Tag On
14
Clearances
16
Leveling the Styler
17
Reversing the Door
17
Installing the Anti-Tip Device
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Assembling the Drip Tray
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MAINTENANCE
18
Installing Cap Covers
38
Regular Cleaning
18
Installing Hinge Covers
Cleaning the Interior and Exterior
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OPERATION
Cleaning the Lint Filter
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Before Use
Cleaning the Aroma Filter
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Using the Styler
Cleaning the Water Tanks
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Sorting Loads
The storage function is set
Before Using Tag On
Using the Tag On Function
Using Tag On with Apps
Downloading Styler Cycles
40 TROUBLESHOOTING
Fabric Care Labels
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FAQs
Grouping Similar Items
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Before Calling for Service
Choosing Styler-Safe Clothing
44
SMART DIAGNOSISTM
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WARRANTY
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Fabric Care Guide
24
Checking the Filters Before
Every Load
Checking the Lint Filter
Changing the Aroma Sheet
PRODUCT FEATURES
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PRODUCT FEATURES
REMOVE ODORS
Use the Styler's Refresh cycle to quickly and easily remove odors from clothes.
*Control Lock
REFRESH CLOTHING OR ADD AN AROMA
Infuse items with the aroma from your favorite dryer fabric softener sheets to keep clothes
and accessories looking, feeling, and smelling refreshed.
REMOVE WRINKLES
The Refresh cycle also uses steam and a moving hanger that vibrates approximately 180
times per minute to remove the wrinkles in clothing. Performance may vary depending on
fabric type.
SHARPEN CREASES IN PANTS
Hang dress trousers flat in the Styler's Pants Crease Care feature. It will crease the pants
legs and reduce wrinkles elsewhere.
GENTLY AND EFFECTIVELY DRY
The heat pump drying technology of the Gentle Dry cycle provides low-heat drying which
draws moisture from clothes without the shrinking or damage associated with hot-air
drying. Gently and safely dry alpaca, camelhair and other non-washable fabrics that have
become damp from rain or snow, and wool sweaters, hand-washable knits, and other dryflat items after washing.
ol Lock
SANITIZE AND REDUCE ALLERGENS
*Control Lock
The Styler's Sanitary cycle uses TrueSteam™ to destroy bacteria and other microorganisms
without damaging clothes. It maintains the optimal temperature necessary to sanitize each
garment, destroying bacteria that persist even when clothes are dried in sunlight.
SMART DIAGNOSIS™
Should you experience any technical difficulty with the Styler, it has the capability of
transmitting data by phone to the Customer Information Center. The call center agent
records the data transmitted from your machine and uses it to analyze the issue, providing
a fast and effective diagnosis. (Refer to page 43.)
TAG ON CYCLE DOWNLOAD
Download additional Styler cycles to meet individual needs. Download one
new cycle at a time.
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IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
READ ALL INSTRUCTIONS BEFORE USING THE APPLIANCE.
There are many important safety messages in this manual and on your appliance.
Always read and obey all safety messages.
This is the safety alert symbol. This symbol alerts you to potential hazards that can
result in product damage, property damage, or serious bodily harm or death.
The safety alert symbol will be followed by either the hazard signal word
WARNING or CAUTION. These words mean:
WARNING
CAUTION
Indicates a hazardous situation which, if not avoided, could result in death
or serious injury.
Indicates a hazardous situation which, if not avoided, may result in minor or
moderate injury, or product damage.
WARNING
To reduce the risk of fire or explosion, electric shock, property damage, injury to persons or
death when using this appliance, follow basic safety precautions, including the following:
Children in the household
This appliance is not intended for use by
persons (including children) with reduced
physical, sensory or mental capabilities, or
lack of experience and knowledge, unless
they have been given supervision or
instruction concerning use of the appliance
by a person responsible for their safety.
Children should be supervised to ensure
that they do not play with the appliance.
For use in Europe:
This appliance can be used by children
aged from 8 years and above and persons
with reduced physical, sensory or mental
capabilities or lack of experience and
knowledge if they have been given
supervision or instruction concerning use of
the appliance in a safe way and understand
the hazards involved. Children shall not play
with the appliance.
Cleaning and user maintenance shall not be
made by children without supervision.
Children of less than 3 years should be
kept away unless continuously supervised.
SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS FOR INSTALLATION
• Contact an authorized service center before
installing or relocating the Styler to avoid
injury or product damage when moving the
product.
• When moving the Styler away from the wall,
be careful not to roll over or damage the
power cord.
• The appliance is heavy. Two or more people
are necessary to move and install the
appliance to prevent damage or injury.
• Prior to use, ensure that you are connecting
this product to a dedicated grounded
electrical outlet rated for use with this
product. It is the user’s responsibility to replace
a standard 2-prong wall outlet with a standard
3-prong wall outlet.
• Before use, the appliance must be properly
installed as described in this manual. Electric
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shock can result if the appliance is not properly
grounded.
Do not install the Styler where there may be
a danger of the unit falling. The product is not
designed for use on ships or airplanes. Check
with an authorized LG service center for use
under other special circumstances.
Do not tamper with controls.
Install the product where the floor is firm and
level. The product may vibrate excessively and
eventually fall if installed on an unstable surface,
causing damage or injury.
Keep the front side protected when
transporting the appliance. Do not truck from
the front. The tempered glass panel on the front
of the appliance may break, causing damage or
injury.
Properly ground the appliance to conform
IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
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WARNING
For your safety, the information in this manual must be followed to minimize the risk of fire,
explosion, or electric shock, or to prevent property damage, injury to persons, or death.
SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS FOR INSTALLATION
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with all governing codes and ordinances.
Follow the details in the installation instructions.
Electric shock can result if the appliance is not
properly grounded.
Install and store the appliance where it
will not be exposed to temperatures below
freezing or exposed to the weather. Allow the
product to warm to room temperature before
use if it was delivered in winter or at sub-sero
temperature.
Do not repair or replace any part of the
appliance or attempt any servicing unless
specifically recommended in the usermaintenance instructions or in published userrepair instructions that you understand and
have the skills to carry out. Failure to follow this
warning can cause serious injury, fire, electric
shock, or death.
To reduce the risk of electric shock, do not
install the appliance in humid spaces such as
a bathroom. Failure to follow this warning can
cause death, serious injury, fire, electric shock,
or product deformation or malfunction.
Remove all packing items and dispose of all
shipping materials properly. Failure to do so can
result in burns, fire, explosion, or death.
Connect to a properly rated, protected,
and sized power circuit to avoid electrical
overload. Improper power circuits can melt,
creating electric shock and/or fire hazard.
• If the supply cord is damaged,
it must be replaced by the
manufacturer or its service agents
or similarly qualified person in
order to avoid a hazard.
• Keep all packaging from children. Packaging
material can be dangerous for children. There is
a risk of suffocation.
• Do not install near another heat source such
as a stove, oven or heater. Failure to follow this
warning can cause product deformation, smoke,
or fire.
• Do not place candles, smoking materials,
or other flammables on top of the product.
Dripping wax, smoke, or fire can result.
• Remove all protective vinyl film from the
product. Failure to do so can cause product
damage, smoke, or fire.
• The appliance shall be installed in
accordance with national wiring
regulations
SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS FOR CONNECTING ELECTRICITY
• Do not, under any circumstances, cut or
remove the ground prong from the power
cord. To prevent personal injury or damage to
the appliance, the electrical power cord must
be plugged into a properly grounded outlet.
• This appliance must be plugged into a 230VAC, 50-Hz grounced outlet protected by
a 8-ampere fuse or circuit breaker. Failure
to follow these instructions can result in fire,
explosion, or death.
• This appliance must be plugged into a
properly grounded outlet. Electrical shock
can result if the appliance is not properly
grounded. Have the wall outlet and circuit
checked by a qualified electrician to make
sure the outlet is properly grounded. Failure
to follow these instructions can create an
electric shock hazard and/or a fire hazard.
• Install the appliance where the plug is
easily accessible. Unplug the appliance
when not in use to avoid risk of fire or
electric shock.
• Unplug the appliance before disassembly
or repair to avoid risk of electric shock.
• The appliance should always be plugged
into its own individual electrical outlet
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which has a voltage rating that matches
the rating plate. This provides the best
performance and also prevents overloading
house wiring circuits which could cause a fire
hazard from overheated wires.
Do not use an extension cord to connect
to an outlet. Doing so could result in a fire or
electric shock.
Never unplug your appliance by pulling on
the power cord. Always grip the plug firmly
and pull straight out from the outlet. The
power cord can be damaged, resulting in a
risk of fire and electric shock.
Contact LG or a qualified repair person
immediately to repair or replace all
power cords that have become frayed or
otherwise damaged. Do not use a cord that
shows cracks or abrasion damage along
its length or at either end. The power cord
can melt, creating electric shock and/or fire
hazard.
When installing or moving the appliance,
be careful not to pinch, crush, or damage
the power cord. This will prevent injury and
damage to the appliance from fire and electric
shock.
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IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
READ ALL INSTRUCTIONS BEFORE USING THE APPLIANCE.
WARNING
To reduce the risk of fire or explosion, electric shock, property damage, injury to persons or
death when using this appliance, follow basic safety precautions, including the following:
BASIC SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
USE
• Do not allow children to play on or in the
appliance. Close supervision of children is
necessary when the appliance is used near
children.
• Do not climb, stand, or hang on the Styler
door or on the shelf or anywhere inside the
appliance. The appliance could fall over or
be damaged, or other damage or injury could
occur.
• Do not step on the doors to the water
tanks. The Styler could fall and cause damage
and injury.
• Do not place heavy or dangerous objects
on top of the Styler.
• Do not put live animals inside the Styler.
• Do not allow children to climb into the
product when it is in use.
• In the event of a gas leak (propane/LPG),
ensure adequate ventilation and contact an
authorized service center before resuming
use. Do not touch or disassemble the
electrical outlet of the Styler.
• Do not use or place flammable substances
(chemicals, medicine, cosmetics, etc) near
the Styler or store them inside the Styler.
Do not place the Styler in the vicinity of
flammable gas.
• Disconnect the power cord immediately
if you hear a noise, smell a strange odor or
detect smoke coming from the appliance.
• In the event of a flood: Do not go near the
product when its base is submerged under
water. Contact the service center. There is a
risk of electric shock or fire.
• Do not use fabric softeners or products to
eliminate static unless recommended by
the manufacturer of the fabric softener or
product.
• Do not place hands or body near steam
nozzle during operation. The steam is hot
and could cause an injury.
• Do not insert objects into the steam
nozzle. Excessive noise and fire could result.
• Do not drink the water from the water
supply or drain tanks.
• Do not disassemble or modify the Styler.
• Do not put hands, feet, or metal objects
below the Styler.
• Do not operate the Styler or touch the
power cord with wet hands.
• Keep fingers out of pinch point areas;
clearances between the door and cabinet
are necessarily small. Be careful closing door
when children are nearby.
• This appliance is not intended for use by
persons (including children) with reduced
physical, sensory or mental capabilities,
or lack of experience and knowledge,
unless they have been given supervision
or instruction concerning the use of the
appliance by a person responsible for their
safety.
• Do not place items exposed to cooking
oils in the Styler. Items contaminated with
cooking oils may contribute to a chemical
reaction that could cause a load to catch fire.
• Do not dry articles that have been
previously cleaned in, washed in, soaked
in, or spotted with gasoline, dry-cleaning
solvents, or other flammable or explosive
substances, as they give off vapors that could
ignite or explode.
IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
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WARNING
To reduce the risk of fire or explosion, electric shock, property damage, injury to persons or
death when using this appliance, follow basic safety precautions, including the following:
• Do not use heat to dry articles containing
foam rubber or similarly textured rubber-like
materials.
• Do not open door during operation. The
performance of the product may be adversely
affected.
• Do not use the product for other than the
intended purposes. Damage incurred by
using the product for purposes other than
those specified in this user manual are not
covered by the warranty.
MAINTENANCE AND DISPOSAL
• Wipe foreign objects (such as dust and
water) off the prongs of the power plug
and contact areas regularly. Do not use a
wet or damp cloth when cleaning the plug.
• Do not use an appliance to dry the interior.
Do not light a candle to remove interior
odors.
• Do not spray water onto the product
directly when cleaning. A fire or electric
shock may occur.
• Wipe the interior with a dry cloth after use.
• Clean the lint screen before or after each
load.
• Do not use a bleaching agent such as
oxygen or chlorine-based bleaches on the
exterior of the product. Clorox or OxiClean
may cause discoloration when applied to the
surface of the product.
• Do not use sharp objects when cleaning
or operating the controls. An electric shock
may occur.
• Avoid hitting the front glass panel with
heavy objects. Although it is made of
tempered glass, the panel may break in the
event of a strong impact and cause injury.
• Keep product free from rodents, insects,
and other foreign objects. They may damage
wires, causing fire or electric shock.
• Before the appliance is removed from
service or discarded, remove the door to
the drying compartment. Cut off the power
plug and destroy the button section to prevent
reuse.
WARNING
This product contains chemicals known to
the State of California to cause cancer and
birth defects or other reproductive harm.
Wash hands after handling.
GROUNDING INSTRUCTIONS
yy This appliance must be grounded. In
the event of malfunction or breakdown,
grounding will reduce the risk of electric
shock by providing a path of least resistance
for electric current.
yy This appliance must be equipped with
a cord having an equipment-grounding
conductor and a grounding plug. The
plug must be plugged into an appropriate
outlet that is properly installed and grounded
in accordance with all local codes and
ordinances.
yy Do not modify the plug. If it will not fit the
outlet, have a proper outlet installed by a
qualified electrician.
yy This appliance must be connected to
a grounded metal, permanent wiring
system or an equipment-grounding
conductor must be run with the circuit
conductors and connected to the
equipment-grounding terminal or lead on
the appliance. Electric shock can result if
the appliance is not properly grounded.
WARNING
Improper connection of the equipmentgrounding conductor can result in a risk
of electric shock. Check with a qualified
electrician or service person if you are
in doubt that the appliance is properly
grounded.
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PRODUCT OVERVIEW
PRODUCT OVERVIEW
PARTS
interior light
hooks for
Pants Crease Care
moving hanger
interior light
Pants Crease Care
shelf holder
door*
shelf
aroma filter
steam nozzle
hot air
circulation vent
water
drain tank
water
supply tank
drip tray
* The door swing can be reversed by the installer to fit the installation location.
PRODUCT OVERVIEW
ACCESSORIES
Included Accessories
shelf
2 hangers*
drip tray
pants hanger*
2 non-skid pads
anti-tip kit
2 rear cap covers
wrench
2 hinge covers
*An ordinary metal/plastic hanger can be used if the hook is less than 5/32 in. (4 mm) thick. The hook must fit in
the indentation in the moving hanger snugly. If the fit is too loose, it may result in vibration, noise, and damage
to clothing.
NOTE
yy Contact the store where the product was purchased or LG customer service at +65 65120555 if
any accessories are damaged or missing. Accessories can be purchased separately online at
http://www.lg.com
yy For your safety and for extended product life, use only authorized components. The
manufacturer is not responsible for product malfunction or accidents caused by the use of
separately purchased unauthorized components or parts.
yy The images in this guide may be different from the actual components and accessories, which
are subject to change by the manufacturer without prior notice for product improvement
purposes.
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PRODUCT OVERVIEW
THE MOVING HANGER
door to the Pants Crease Care.
Hang clothes on the moving hanger using the
hangers provided with the Styler, or use any
plastic or metal hanger that hooks snugly into the
indentations in the moving hanger.
• Open the door to the Pants Crease Care by
pressing the icon on the front.
• The Pants Crease Care keeps pants legs
creased while removing wrinkles elsewhere.
• Use the moving hanger for suits, coats,
jackets, blouses, dresses, skirts, and pants
that don’t require a crease. Use the Pants
Crease Care to crease pants.
• Anything that can be securely placed on a
hanger and steamed or dried without retaining
hanger marks or other damage can be placed
on the moving hanger.
• Dry sweaters or knits on the shelf to avoid
hanger marks.
• Clothing should be securely fastened, with
zippers and buttons closed, so that it does not
fall off the moving hanger during the cycle.
• Arrange clothing so it does not touch the sides
or rear of the cabinet, if possible. Condensation
may form on the interior surface of the cabinet,
and items in contact with the surface may
remain damp at the end of the cycle. Hang
larger items on the diagonal indentations on
the moving hanger.
CAUTION
• Do not lean or pull on the moving hanger.
Do not allow children play with or hang
onto the moving hanger. The unit could
tip, resulting in damage or injury.
THE PANTS CREASE CARE
Hang clothes in the Pants Crease Care using
the pants hanger provided with the Styler or any
pants hanger that fits into the hooks above the
• Pants can be pressed while refreshing other
items in the same cycle.
• For optimum results, use the Extra Pants
Care cycle which is designed for use with
the Pants Crease Care feature. This cycle can
be downloaded using the LG Smart Styler
app and used as the Downloaded cycle.
For instructions, see Downloading Styler
Cycles, page 36.
NOTE
To avoid double creases, run the strong course
with the moving hanger to remove any existing
knife pleats, and then use the pants press.
CAUTION
• Do not lean on or hang heavy items on
the door of the Pants Crease Care. The
unit may tip, resulting in damage or injury.
• Do not allow children to play with or
hang onto the door of the Pants Crease
Care. The unit may tip, resulting in damage
or injury.
• Keep fingers out of pinch point areas
when closing the door of the Pants
Crease Care. Supervise nearby children
to prevent injuries.
PRODUCT OVERVIEW 11
THE SHELF
Use the shelf when styling clothes or other items
that are difficult to hang or that may be damaged
by hang drying.
• Use the shelf for stuffed toys, pillows, hats,
and other accessories.
• Use the shelf for sweaters, knits, lingerie, or
delicate blouses that can show hanger marks,
stretching, or other damage if dried on a
hanger.
• For best drying performance, do not stack
items on the shelf. Dry single items or place
items side by side with space between.
• When not in use, store the shelf on the shelf
holder knobs in the back of the cabinet.
• For instructions on installing the shelf, see
Assembling the Shelf, page 28. Do not use
the shelf for storing heavy items.
• Arrange items on the shelf so they do not
touch the sides or rear of the cabinet, if
possible. Condensation may form on the
interior surface of the cabinet, and items in
contact with the surface may remain damp at
the end of the cycle.
CAUTION
• Do not use the shelf to store heavy items.
The shelf may fall, resulting in damage or
injury.
• Do not step or sit on the shelf. The shelf
may fall or the unit may tip, resulting in
damage or injury.
CHOOSING STYLER FEATURES
item
how to style it
suit coat, blazer
moving hanger
coat, jacket (short)
moving hanger
coat (long)
moving hanger
(remove shelf)
dress (short)
moving hanger
dress (long)
moving hanger
(remove shelf)
skirt
moving hanger
lightweight blanket, throw
moving hanger
baby blanket
moving hanger
pants (not creased)
moving hanger
shorts
moving hanger
children’s clothes
moving hanger
scarf
moving hanger
or shelf
tie
moving hanger
or shelf
shawl
moving hanger
or shelf
lingerie
moving hanger or
shelf (if delicate)
shirt, blouse
moving hanger or
shelf (if delicate)
pants (creased)
Pants Crease
Care
cap, hat
shelf
stuffed toys
shelf
pillow
shelf
sweater
shelf
knitwear
shelf
infant clothes
shelf
12 INSTALLATION
INSTALLATION
INSTALLATION OVERVIEW
Please read the following installation instructions first after
purchasing this product or transporting it to another location.
7 3/4 in.
20cm ov
er
2 in.
5cm
over
2 in.
5cm over
Remove material from
inside and outside of cabinet
Check and choose the
proper location
Unpack and remove
shipping material
Level the Styler
Connect to grounded outlet
Reverse the door swing
(if needed)
PRODUCT SPECIFICATIONS
The appearance and specifications listed in this manual may vary due to constant product improvements.
steam clothing care
S3WERB
description
electric machine for maintaining clothing
electrical requirements
please refer to the rating label regarding detailed information
dimensions
17 ½ in. (W) X 23 in. (D) X 72 13/16 in. (H), 39 ¾ in. (D with door open)
445 mm (W) X 585 mm (D) X 1850 mm (H), 1010 mm (D with door
open)
net weight
183 lb (83 kg)
maximum capacity
4 items
power consumption
1850 W
safety device
double overheating safety device, thermal fuse, programming
details of type and rating of
fuses
65TL Ceramic AC 250V 15A
maximum and minimum water
or brine operating temperatures
5~35ºC(41~95℉)
maximum and minimum water
or brine operating pressures
Atmospheric pressure
INSTALLATION 13
UNPACKING THE STYLER
WARNING
yyUse two or more people to move and
install the Styler. Failure to do so can result
in back injury or other injury.
yyThe Styler is heavy. Use the wheels at the
bottom of the product to move it. Push the
Styler slowly from about halfway down the
front side.
yyKeep the Styler upright when moving it. If
you lay the Styler on its side, refrigerant may
leak and cause the appliance to malfunction.
yyKeep flammable materials and vapors,
such as gasoline, away from the Styler.
Failure to do so can result in fire, explosion,
or death.
• Remove tape and any temporary labels
from the Styler before using.
Do not remove any warning labels, the model
and serial number label, or the Tech Sheet
that is located under the front of the Styler.
• To remove any remaining tape or glue, rub
the area briskly with your thumb.
Tape or glue residue can also be easily
removed by rubbing a small amount of liquid
dish soap over the adhesive with your fingers.
Wipe with warm water and dry.
• Do not use sharp instruments, rubbing
alcohol, flammable fluids, or abrasive
cleaners to remove tape or glue.
These products can damage the surface of
the Styler.
CHOOSING THE PROPER LOCATION
Electricity
Install where an outlet is easily accessible.
Use an individual, grounded outlet:230 Volts, 50 Hz, AC, 8 Amps minimum.
WARNING: Do not plug in multiple appliances in the same outlet
with the Styler. Overloading house wiring can cause a fire hazard.
To reduce the risk of electric shock, do not install the Styler in a
wet or damp area.
Floor
Floor must be level and solid enough to support 183 lb (83 kg).
Adjust the leveling legs to compensate for any unevenness in the floor.
Do not install on a platform or a weakly supported structure.
Ambient temperature
Temperature must be between 50°F (10°C) and 95°F (35°C).
If the ambient temperature is too low or high, performance may be affected.
Do not install in direct sunlight or where the temperature may fall below
32°F (0°C).
Clearances
Allow at least 18 in. (46 cm) in front to open the door.
Allow at least 2 in. (5 cm) on both sides and between the back of the Styler
and the wall. Allow at least 7 3/4 in. (20 cm) between the top of the Styler and
any overhanging shelves or cabinets.
If the Styler is too close to adjacent items, performance may decrease and
electricity consumption may increase.
14 INSTALLATION
INSTALLATION LOCATION REQUIREMENTS
WARNING Read all installation instructions completely before installing and operating the
Styler. It is important to review this entire manual before installing and using the Styler.
The installation requires:
yy A grounded electrical outlet located within
2 ft. (61 cm) of either side of the appliance.
yy A sturdy floor to support the total appliance
weight of 183 lbs (83 kg). The combined
weight of any other laundry appliances
should also be considered.
WARNING
• Do not install or store the Styler in an area where it will be exposed to water and/or
weather. Failure to follow this warning could result in risk of electric shock, injury, or product
damage or malfunction.
Clearances
CAUTION
• The floor must be level, with a maximum slope of 1 inch (2.5 cm) under the Styler. If the
slope is greater than 1 inch (2.5 cm), the appliance cannot be leveled properly.
• Do not install the Styler on a hollow or flexible platform. Doing so may cause excessive
noise and vibration and result in damage or injury if the product tips over.
15 /32 in. (385 mm)
5
2 3/64 in.
(52 mm)
56½ in.
(1435 mm)
72 13/16 in.
(1850 mm)
16 5/16 in.
(415 mm)
23 in.
(585 mm)
17 1/2 in.
(445 mm)
INSTALLATION 15
Recommended Installation Spacing
The following clearances are recommended for
the Styler. Although the Styler has been tested
for clearances of 13/16 inch (3 cm) on the sides
and rear, recommended clearances should be
considered for the following reasons:
7 3/4 in.
(20 cm)
Ÿ Additional space should be considered for
ease of installation and servicing.
Ÿ Additional space might be required for
wall, door and floor moldings.
2 in.
(5 cm)
Ÿ Additional space should be considered
on all sides of the Styler to reduce noise
transfer.
2 in.
(5 cm)
Ÿ Additional laundry appliance spacing
should also be considered.
18 in. (46 cm)
in front
Installation Spacing for Recessed Area or Closet Installation
There should be at least a little space around the Styler (or any other appliance) to avoid contact with
walls, furniture, or other appliances during operation. Allow a minimum of 1 3/16 inch (3 cm) on all sides
of the Styler to avoid increased noise or damage.
Closet Ventilation Requirements
Built-In Installation
Wall
10 in. (250mm)
18 in. (455mm)
Wall
Closets with doors must have both an upper and
lower vent to prevent heat and moisture buildup
in the closet. One upper vent opening with a
minimum opening of 48 sq. in. (310 cm2) must
be installed no lower than 6 feet above the floor.
One lower vent opening with a minimum opening
of 24 sq. in. (155 cm2) must be installed no more
than one foot above the floor. One example
shown uses vent grilles in the door.
Ÿ Minimum vent opening for built-in
installation is 31 ½ sq. in. (200 cm2).
25 ½ in.
(650mm)
Ÿ For closet installation, with a door,
minimum ventilation openings in the
top and bottom of the door are required.
Louvered doors with equivalent ventilation
openings are acceptable.
②
Ceiling
15.75 in. (400 mm)
2 in. (50 mm)
2 in. (50 mm)
1 in. (25 mm)
3"in.
(7.6 cm)
73.8 in. (1,875 mm)
74.4 in.
(1,889)
18 in. (455 mm)
Wall
Vent
48 sq. in.
(310 sq. cm)
1 3/16 in. (30 mm)
Vent
24 sq. in.
(155 sq. cm)
3"in.
(7.6 cm)
closet door vent
requirements
19 in. (485 mm)
24.8 in. (630 mm)
13/16 in. (30 mm)
①
16 INSTALLATION
LEVELING THE STYLER
WARNING
yy To reduce the risk of injury to persons,
adhere to all industry recommended
safety procedures including the use of
long-sleeved gloves and safety glasses.
Failure to follow this warning can cause
serious injury or death.
yy The appliance is heavy. Two or more
people are required when installing the
Styler. Failure to follow this warning can
cause serious injury or death.
yy To ensure that the Styler provides optimal
performance, it must be level. To minimize
vibration, noise, and unwanted movement, the
floor must be a perfectly level, solid surface.
WARNING
yyThe Styler is heavy. Use two or more
people if installing the rear leveling feet.
Failure to do so can result in back injury or
other injury.
yyKeep the Styler upright when moving
and installing it. If you lay the Styler on
its side, refrigerant may leak and cause
the appliance to malfunction.
2 Use the wrench (packaged with the
manual) to turn the leveling feet.
Unscrew the front feet to raise the Styler or
screw in the feet to lower it. If unable to level
the unit using only the front feet, install the two
rear leveling feet by tipping the unit. Do not lay
the unit down to install the leveling feet.
Raise or lower the unit using the leveling feet
until the Styler is level from side to side and
front to back.
CAUTION
NOTE
Adjust the leveling feet only as far as
necessary to level the Styler. Extending the
leveling feet more than necessary can cause
the Styler to vibrate.
1 Position the Styler in the final location.
Check to make sure it is level.
yy All leveling feet must rest solidly on the
floor. Gently push on the corners of the
Styler to make sure that it does not rock
from corner to corner. Make sure there are
no gaps between the front leveling feet
and the floor.
Make sure that all leveling feet are
in firm contact with the floor. If the
Styler is used without leveling, it may
fall, causing injury, damage, or product
malfunction.
3 When the Styler is completely stable and
all leveling feet are resting solidly on the
floor, tighten the locking nuts.
locking
nut
INSTALLATION 17
REVERSING THE DOOR
It is possible to reverse the direction of the door
swing. This should be done by the installer at the
time of installation, if desired.
WARNING
Do not attempt to reverse the door swing
yourself. If the direction of the door swing
needs to be changed after installation, contact
the LG Customer Information Center at
+65 65120555.
USING NON-SKID PADS
(OPTIONAL)
Non-skid pads prevent the product from shaking
or shifting when opening or closing the door.
1 Clean the floor to attach the non-skid
pads. Use a dry rag to remove and clean foreign objects or moisture. If moisture remains,
the non-skid pads may slip.
2 Adjust the level after placing the Styler in
the installation area.
3 Place the adhesive side of the non-skid
pad on the floor.
This side up
Adhesive
side
B
Remove
backing
4 Recheck the Styler's levelness.
Push or rock the edges of the appliance gently
to make sure that the Styler does not rock. If
the Styler rocks, level the appliance again.
• The pads may leave a sticky residue when
they are removed. The residue can be
removed with alcohol.
INSTALLING THE ANTI-TIP
DEVICE
• Appliances can tip, resulting in damage or
injuries. Do not operate the unit without the
anti-tip device in place and engaged.
If an anti-tip device is not properly installed,
the appliance could be unexpectedly tipped
by a child or adult standing, sitting, leaning, or
placing excessive weight on an open door or
the interior parts.
• Install the anti-tip device packed with the
Styler to reduce the risk of tipping.
Refer to the instructions provided with the antitip kit for proper anti-tip device installation.
• Check that the anti-tip device is properly
installed.
With the appliance in its final location, make
sure that the slide adjuster on the cord is
adjusted until there is about one inch of slack
in the cord.
• The use of the anti-tip device does not
preclude tipping of the appliance when it is
not properly installed.
18 INSTALLATION
ASSEMBLING THE DRIP TRAY
INSTALLING CAP COVERS
Before using the Styler, insert the drip tray onto
the bottom of the cabinet.
1 Line up the nubs on the cap
cover with the holes in the top
corner of the cabinet.
1 Hold the tray so the arrow and letter on
the front of the tray face up.
2 Insert one side of the tray first, then
the other. Push the tray until it slides
completely in.
3 To detach, pull one side out then the other.
If the tray collects water, detach it and empty
the water. After emptying it, re-assemble the
tray.
2 Snap the cap cover into place.
Repeat with the remaining cap
cover on the other corner.
INSTALLING HINGE COVERS
1 Open the Styler door.
2 Snap the hinge cover onto the lower hinge
assembly with the bent edge on the far
side from the hinge.
• Do not operate the Styler without
installing the drip tray. Doing so could lead
to water damage caused by leaking.
3 Repeat with the remaining hinge cover on
the upper hinge assembly.
OPERATION 19
OPERATION
BEFORE USE
Clean the Styler.
Clean the Styler thoroughly and wipe off all dust that accumulated during shipping.
See Maintenance, page 38. Do not plug in or operate the appliance until the
interior and exterior have thoroughly dried.
CAUTION
yy Do not scratch the Styler with a sharp object or use a detergent that
contains alcohol, bleach, a flammable liquid or an abrasive when removing
any tape or adhesive from the Styler,.
yy Do not peel off the model or serial number label or the technical information
on the rear surface of the Styler.
NOTE
Remove adhesive residue by wiping it off with your thumb or dish detergent.
Unpack accessories.
Unpack the shelf and hangers. For instructions on installing or using accessories,
see Loading the Styler, pages 25-28. Accessories can be purchased separately
from the LG Customer Information Center. +65 65120555.
Assemble the drip tray.
Insert the drip tray at the bottom of the cabinet. See
Assembling the Drip Tray, page 18.
Connect the power supply.
Check if the power supply is connected before use.
Wash dirty clothes if necessary before putting them in the
Styler.
The Styler does not have a washing function. Stains and loose dirt from
one item may transfer to others during a cycle. Wash or brush off dust
and dirt, or spot-clean items, to avoid setting stains or transferring dirt or
odors.
20
OPERATION
USING THE STYLER
1 PREPARE ITEMS
• Wash clothes first, if needed.
• No heat-sensitive items or items that can be damaged by exposure
to water. See Choosing Styler-Safe Clothing, page 21.
• Place items on hangers or the shelf.
• Fasten buttons and close zippers to keep items on moving hangers
and prevent damage.
2 CLEAN LINT FILTER, CHANGE SHEET IN AROMA FILTER
Lift out filter and remove lint from last load for faster and more efficient
performance. Reinstall filter, checking alignment when closing grill. Do
not operate the Styler without the lint filter in place. See Checking the
Lint Filter, page 24. If using a fabric softener sheet in the aroma filter,
change it after every use. See Changing the Aroma Sheet, page 24.
3 CHECK WATER TANKS
Fill water supply tank if needed. Empty water drain tank if needed. Use
clean tap water in the supply tank for better product performance and
lifespan. Do not use distilled water or reuse water from the drain tank.
See Checking the Water Tanks, page 25.
4 LOAD STYLER
Pay attention to fabric care labels and cycle choice. If clothing is
not appropriate for the cycle selected, it may shrink or be seriously
damaged. See Loading the Styler, page 25.
Remove all empty hangers to avoid noise, friction, and damage to clothing.
5 TURN ON STYLER
Touch Power to turn on the Styler.
6 SELECT CYCLE
Touch icons to select desired cycle and settings. See the Cycle
Guide, page 31.
7 BEGIN CYCLE
Touch and hold Start/Pause to begin cycle. Pause cycle at any time by
touching Start/Pause again. Restart cycle within four minutes of pausing it,
or the Styler shuts off and settings are lost. Do not open door during cycle.
If steam or hot air escape from open door, condensation may collect on
floor or walls, resulting in damage or mold.
8 END OF CYCLE
Remove items when cycle finishes. Leave door open to let hot air
escape. Interior light shuts off after 60 minutes if door is left open.
OPERATION 21
SORTING LOADS
Grouping Similar Items
Fabric Care Labels
Most articles of clothing feature fabric care labels
that include instructions for proper care. Below
are some of the symbols that are relevant to
choosing appropriate items for the Styler.
Fabric Care Labels
fabric care labels that can be used with the
category
label
meaning
hand wash
Fabric
Care
Labels
Fabric Care Labels
machine wash,
normal cycle
Fabric Care Labels
perm press/wrinkle
Fabric
Care Labelsresistant
washing
Fabric Care
Labels
labels
gentle/delicate
drying
labels
dryer
heat setting
labels
Styler



do not wash

*
normal

permanent press/
wrinkle resistant

gentle/delicate

do not tumble dry

do not dry
NO
line/hang dry

drip dry

dry flat

high

medium

low

no heat/air dry
NO
*Some items such as fur and leather which are labeled
as do not wash can be used with the Styler. See the
Fabric Care Guide on pages 22–23.
• For best fabric care results, always treat fabrics
with similar care requirements together.
• Different fabrics have different care
requirements, and some fabrics cannot be
treated in certain Styler cycles or should be
treated separately.
Choosing Styler-Safe Clothing
Some items are not appropriate for use with this
product.
• Do not put the following items in the Styler.
category non-Stylable items
clothes
starched clothes, vinyl
bedding/
blankets
electric blankets, heavy blankets
(double layer or over 3.3 lb [1.5
kg])
other
shoes, items made with sponge
rubber, items with adhesives
• Follow fabric care labels.
• Don’t put items that are sensitive to heat
or are not suitable for washing with water
in Styler cycles that use steam. Use the
Gentle Dry cycle only.
• Fur, leather, and silk items should only be
treated with the Air Fresh cycle. This cycle
is a downloadable cycle. See Downloading
Styler Cycles, page 36.
• Using the wrong cycle for items can result
in damage to fabrics.
• Wash heavily soiled or stained clothes
before putting them in the Styler. The Styler
does not have a washing function. Loose
soil or stains can be transferred between
garments during cycles.
• Treat items with an unpleasant odor in
a separate load. Odors can be transferred
between items during cycles.
• Some odors can be difficult to remove.
Odors from oily substances may be difficult for
the steam to penetrate. Odors from extended
storage may also be difficult to remove.
• Wrinkles may remain in some items.
Wrinkles caused by extended storage may be
difficult to remove. Wrinkles in cotton or linen
may not be removed completely.
22
OPERATION
FABRIC CARE GUIDE
= yes
§ = check label

Refresh cycle
*Control
*Control
Lock Lock
fabric
vegetable fibers
cotton
linen,
hemp,
ramie
animal fibers
natural fibers
alpaca,
camel hair,
cashmere
clothes
removing
wrinkles
towels, socks,
underwear,
jeans,
sportswear,
t-shirts, blankets

summer clothes,
tablecloths
coats, suits
§
scarves,
knitwear
fur,
leather
coats, scarves
silk
silk neckties,
ribbons, scarves,
blouses, silk
velvet/plush
winter
coats, suits,
sportswear,
uniforms
Sanitary
cycle

*Control Lock

Some wrinkles
may remain. Make
sure fabrics are
washable/hand
washable if using
Refresh/Sanitary
cycles. Lay clothes
on shelf if delicate.
Do not style
starched clothes.

§
§



Lay knits on the
shelf. Alpaca and
camel hair shrink in
hot water.
*
*Only use
downloaded Air
Fresh cycle (low
temperature drying).
*
*Only use
downloaded Air
Fresh cycle (low
temperature drying).


comments
Wrinkles may
remain in 100%
cotton fabrics.
Iron after cycle, if
desired.

§

Gentle
Dry
cycle

§
sweaters,
knitwear
wool
removing
odors

Lay knits on shelf.
Some wool shrinks
when washed in
hot water. Make
sure fabrics are
washable/hand
washable if using
Refresh/Sanitary
cycles. Gentle Dry
cycle is safe for
most.
OPERATION 23
FABRIC CARE GUIDE (CONTINUED)
= yes
§ = check label

Refresh cycle
*Control
*Control
Lock Lock
man-made fibers
fabric
clothes
removing
wrinkles
removing
odors
Sanitary
cycle
Gentle
Dry
cycle
*Control Lock
comments
acetate
suit lining,
blouses, neckties,
pajamas




acrylic
thermal
underwear,
knitwear




Lay clothes on shelf
stockings,
lingerie




Lay clothes on shelf
sportswear,
curtains




nylon
polyurethane
stretchable
clothing
(containing less
than 5%)




rayon
suit lining




If the item contains
more than 5%
polyurethane
(swimwear), check
label for care
• Fabrics come in a wide variety of weights and finishes and can have different care requirements
for each variety. It is difficult to cover them adequately in this manual. Before using the Styler with
any item, check the care label before proceeding. Do not put items that are not colorfast, are heatsensitive, or are not suitable for washing with water in the Refresh or Sanitary cycles. Do a water blot
test on a small, inconspicuous spot (an inside seam) to determine if the fabric is colorfast. For further
assistance, consult the clothing manufacturer, a dry cleaning professional, or a more detailed fabric
care guide.
• Using the Styler with items that are very wet or are not colorfast may result in damage to the items
and staining from fabric dyes on the interior of the cabinet. These stains will not affect the operation
of the Styler. Use toothpaste to remove stains from interior of cabinet.
• The Styler does not have a washing function. Wash soiled items before use.
24
OPERATION
CHECKING THE FILTERS
BEFORE EVERY LOAD
Checking the Lint Filter
Always make sure the lint filter is clean before
starting a new load; a clogged lint filter will
increase drying times.
Changing the Aroma Sheet
Use a dryer fabric softener sheet to add a refreshing
aroma to items. Replace the fabric softener sheet
after every use.
1 Remove the aroma filter from the Styler.
1 Open the front grill and take out the lint
filter.
2 Open the aroma filter and insert a dryer
fabric softener sheet into it.
2 Brush the filter with a soft brush or clean
it with a vacuum cleaner.
If the lint filter is torn or damaged, replace it
with a new filter.
3 Close the aroma filter and insert it back in
the Styler.
Insert the aroma filter in the direction of the
arrow. You can adjust the opening of the
perfume filter using the adjustment lever.
The more open the aroma filter is, the richer
the aroma gets.
3 Reinstall the filter.
CAUTION
• Check that the sides are aligned
correctly when inserting the grill.
Left
Right
Closed
Open
4 When the cycle is complete, remove the
aroma filter and discard the fabric softener
sheet.
Tip: Spray perfume 4-5 times on a cotton pad
and then place it in the Aroma Holder to use.
(However, the fragrance strength can vary
depending on the scent.)
OPERATION 25
CHECKING THE WATER TANKS
Check the water in the water tanks before use.
The water supply tank must be filled with water
before using the Styler. The Styler does not work
without water. The water drain tank should be
emptied before each use.
1 Pull the handle of each tank forward to
remove the tank and check the level of
water.
water supply tank
water drain tank
2 Make sure the water supply tank is filled
with water.
LOADING THE STYLER
CAUTION
yy Check all pockets to make sure that they
are empty. Items such as clips, pens,
coins, and keys can damage both the
Styler and your clothes. Flammable
objects such as lighters or matches
could ignite, causing a fire. Failure to do
so can result in fire, explosion, or death.
yy Never dry clothes that have been exposed
to oil, gasoline, or other flammable
substances. Washing clothes will not
completely remove oil residues. Failure
to obey this warning can result in fire,
explosion, or death.
The full water supply tank can be used
approximately four times, depending on the
cycles used. Use clean tap water or bottled
water for best performance and longer
product life. Do not use distilled water or
reuse the water from the drain tank.
yy Remove empty hangers from the moving
hanger and place them on the shelf
before starting the cycle. Empty hangers
may cause unnecessary noise, friction, and
damage to fabrics. See Storing Hangers,
page 28.
The first time the Styler is used, 2/3 of the
water in the fully filled water supply tank is
used. Less water is used in following cycles.
yy Hang hangers in the same direction
on the moving hanger to prevent
collisions.
CAUTION
• Only use water when filling the water
supply tank. Any other substance, such
as detergent or fabric softener, may
damage the Styler.
• Use only clean tap water or bottled
water. Foreign materials in the water
may shorten the lifespan of the Styler.
• Do not use distilled water. The
water sensor may not work.
• Do not reuse the water in the drain
tank to fill the water supply tank.
3 Make sure the water drain tank is empty.
The drain tank will be filled after about three
uses. The tank fills more quickly during drying
cycles. The Styler does not work if the drain
tank is full.
• Some discoloration of the water drain tank
may occur over time. This is normal and will
not affect product performance.
accessory
items to use it with
hangers
shirts, dresses, suits, coats,
skirts, pants without creases
or too large for pants press, or
any item that can use a hanger
Pants Crease
Care
pants when creases are desired
shelf
sweaters, wool, knitwear,
lingerie, shoes, hats, toys, and
other clothing or items that
cannot use hangers
26
OPERATION
Hangers
The hangers that come with the Styler are for
use with the Styler only. Any plastic or metal
hanger that has a hook less than 5/32 in. (4 mm)
thick and hooks snugly into the indentations in
the moving hanger can be used in the Styler.
• Do not use hangers with wool, knitwear, or
delicate lingerie. The garments may stretch or
be left with hanger marks.
• Wrinkles may appear at the back of the collar
on some garments.
• Use the diagonal hanger grooves in the
moving hanger for large or bulky items.
Using the Moving Hanger
1 Insert hangers into slots and pull down to
secure the hook snugly.
Hooks should fit down in the slots snugly to
prevent noise, vibration, or damage to items
during operation.
2 Use the diagonal slots (2 and 4) for bulky
items.
Do not use diagonal slots and standard slots
during the same cycle. The hangers may
knock into each other and damage clothing.
• Remove empty hangers or store them in the
shelf during operation. See Storing Hangers,
page 28.
1 Select an appropriate hanger.
Choose the Styler hanger that fits the item
you are hanging up.
2 Fasten the buttons and zippers on all
garments and hang them on hangers.
Doing so helps keep the garments from
falling or becoming more wrinkled during the
cycle. If a garment has no buttons or zipper,
fasten it with a cotton string around the collar
area.
3 Do not overcrowd items.
The fewer items, the better the drying
performance. Items that touch the sides of
the cabinet may pick up condensation from
the cabinet and fail to dry completely.
Pants Hanger or Pants Crease Care
Place pants either on the moving hanger or in
the Pants Crease Care, depending on whether
maintaining the creases on the pants legs is
desired.
• Hanging pants on the moving hanger may
remove the creases on pants legs.
3 Place the hangers into the slots of the
moving hanger
• Place the hangers into the slots of the moving hanger.
• To maintain the creases on pants legs, use
the Pants Crease Care.
• Pants should be no wider than 38 in. (96 cm)
or longer than 43 5/16 in. (110 cm) to fit in
the Pants Crease Care. Check the size of the
pants before using the Pants Crease Care. If
pants are too large, use the moving hanger.
• The fabric content of the garments affects
how well wrinkles are removed.
• Download the Extra Pants Care cycle for the
most effective wrinkle removal for pants. See
Downloading Styler Cycles, page 37.
OPERATION 27
Opening and Closing the Pants Hanger
crochet
lames du cintre
1 To open, fold the hook down toward the
hanger blades to unlock and separate the
blades.
Using the Pants Crease Care
1 Open the Pants Crease Care by pressing on
the icon on the side.
hook
hanger
blades
crochet
lames du cintre
2 Once pants are inserted, bring the blades
together and rotate the hook up and away
from the blades to lock them in place.
2 Hang the pants hanger on the hook above
the Pants Crease Care that best fits the
length of the pants being pressed.
Hanging Pants On the Pants Hanger
1 Remove all objects from pants pockets and
button the back pockets.
2 Fold pants along crease
lines (or where crease
lines would be), and
attach the pants hanger
at the ends of the pants
legs.
3 Tug gently on the sides of the pants legs.
Make sure pants are stretched tight within
the hanger, with no wrinkles, and will not
fall out of the hanger during the cycle.
4 Place the pants hanger on the moving
hanger or in the Pants Crease Care.
If the pants are longer, use the higher hooks
to keep the pants from hitting the floor of the
cabinet.
Pants should be no wider than 38 in. (96 cm)
or longer than 43.3 in. (110 cm). Check the
size of the pants before using the Pants
Crease Care. If pants are too large, use the
moving hanger.
3 Make sure the pants
are hanging straight.
Check the creases on
the legs to make sure
they are lined up. If the
pants are not folded
properly at the creases
and hanging straight,
double lines may appear
at the pants' edges.
4 Close the Pants Crease
Care, then straighten
the pants once more.
Gently tug the edges of
the pants to smooth out
any wrinkles. Make sure
the pants are hanging
straight in the Pants
Crease Care.
28
OPERATION
Shelf
Use the shelf for clothes and items that cannot be
placed on hangers. Do not stack items on the shelf.
For best drying performance, use the shelf for a
single item or smaller items with space between.
• Hang the shelf on the shelf holder when
treating long clothes such as coats or dresses.
Assembling the Shelf
1 Hold the shelf so that the gray trim is
toward the front.
Front
41.3 in.
105 cm
Bottom
2 Insert the left shelf groove into the left
shelf support, then lower the right shelf
groove onto the right shelf support.
51.2 in.
130 cm
Storing Hangers
Remove unused hangers from the moving hanger
and store them in the shelf during operation. This
prevents noise and damage to clothing.
1 Insert the hangers between the rails of the
shelf.
Right
Left
3 To disassemble, lift up the right side of the
shelf, then pull out the left side of the shelf
from the shelf support.
CAUTION
• The shelf cannot be assembled by
sliding it into the cabinet. It will fall if not
assembled properly.
• Do not place heavy objects on the shelf
or use it to store objects. Doing so can
cause the product to malfunction.
• Do not allow children to climb on or
hang on the shelf. They could be injured.
2 When styling long clothes, if the shelf
is stored on the shelf holder, store the
hangers outside the unit during operation.
3 Do not use the shelf to store heavy items.
OPERATION 29
CONTROL PANEL
The control panel responds to touch using static electricity. A light touch is enough to operate it. Use
a cloth when cleaning the controls to avoid contacting and activating the keys. Foreign substances on
the control, wearing gloves, or touching the keys through cloth may prevent the keys from activating.
Control Panel Features
Depending on the model, some of the following functions may not be available.
Hold to Start
 SMART DIAGNOSIS™ ICON
Place the phone over this icon when diagnosing
problems with Smart Diagnosis. See Using
Smart Diagnosis, page 44.
 POWER ON/OFF
Touch Power to turn the Styler ON/OFF. Once
the cycle is complete, the Styler automatically
turns off after a few seconds if no keys are
touched.
NOTE: Touching Power during a cycle will cancel
that cycle and the cycle settings will be lost.
 CYCLE COMPLETION INDICATOR
This portion of the display shows which stage of
the styling cycle is currently underway (Preparing,
Heating, Steaming, Drying, or Sanitizing).
 OPTION AND ALERT INDICATORS
Delay On: lights when the Delay Start
feature is set.
Fill Water: lights when the water supply tank
is missing or empty.
Empty Water: lights when the water drain
tank is missing or full.
Control Lock: lights when the Control
Lock function is engaged. See Locking the
Controls, page 34.
Night Care: lights when the Night Care
feature is set.
 TIME DISPLAY
The display shows the estimated time remaining
and error messages for the Styler.
The cycle time may vary by usage conditions.
 START/PAUSE
Touch and hold to Start the selected cycle. If
the Styler is running, touch to PAUSE the cycle
without losing the current settings.
NOTE: If you do not touch Start/Pause to resume
a cycle within an hour of pausing it, the Styler
turns off automatically.
 TAG ON ICON
Place an NFC-equipped smart phone over this
icon to use the LG Smart Styler application using
NFC (Near Field Communication) tags. See Using
the Tag On Function, page 36.
 REFRESH CYCLE
Touch the icon to select a Refresh cycle, touch
repeatedly to toggle through the settings. See the
Cycle Guide, page 31.
 SANITARY CYCLE / *CONTROL LOCK
Touch the icon to select a Sanitary cycle, touch
repeatedly to toggle through the settings. See the
Cycle Guide, page 31.
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OPERATION
Touch and hold the icon for three seconds to
activate/deactivate the Control Lock function.
See Locking the Controls, page 34.
 GENTLE DRY CYCLE / *SOUND ON / OFF
Touch the icon to select a Gentle Dry cycle, touch
repeatedly to toggle through the settings. See the
Cycle Guide, page 31.
Touch for three seconds to turn the button
and alert sounds on/off. See Turning the Alert
Sounds On/Off, page 34.
 SPECIAL CARE / *SMART DIAGNOSIS™
Touch the icon to select the Downloaded 1 or
Downloaded 2 cycle.
The default of Downloaded 1 and 2 cycle is
the Ready to Go and Extra Pants Care cycle.
Download a new cycle in this position using the
LG Smart Styler application on an NFC-equipped
smart phone. See Downloading Styler Cycles,
page 37.
Press and hold for three seconds to activate the
Smart Diagnosis™ function. See Using Smart
Diagnosis™, page 44.
 DELAY START
Set a delayed start time for the cycle. See
Setting a Delayed Start Time, page 34. Delay
Start cannot be selected with the Night Care
cycle.
OPERATION 31
CYCLE GUIDE
Cycle Processes
SPECIAL CARE
GENTLE DRY CYCLE
SANITARY CYCLE
REFRESH CYCLE
Cycle
Setting
Clothing / Fabric Type
Prepare
Normal



Light
suit, coat, school uniform, scarf,
wool, knitwear, outdoor/performance
clothing, towels, underwear, t-shirts,
socks, jeans, jean jackets, lingerie,
sportswear, tablecloths



Heavy
100% wool, polyester, rayon,
urethane, gabardine, Gore-Tex, cotton,
nylon, ramie, hemp



Normal
Heavy
Normal
Delicates
Time Dry
Heat
Steam
Sanitize
Dry
suit, coat, school uniform, scarf,
outdoor/performance clothing, towels,
underwear, t-shirts, socks, jeans,
jean jackets, lingerie, sportswear,
tablecloths





100% wool, polyester, rayon,
urethane, gabardine, Gore-Tex, cotton,
nylon, ramie, hemp





suit, coat, school uniform, scarf,
wool, knitwear, outdoor/performance
clothing, towels, underwear, t-shirts,
socks, jeans, jean jackets, lingerie,
sportswear, tablecloths, ties, blouses
100% wool, polyester, rayon,
urethane, gabardine, Gore-Tex,
cotton, nylon, ramie, hemp, cashmere,
camelhair, alpaca, silk



Ready to Go (default)
Downloaded 1 warm up clothes and outerwear before
stepping outdoors in the winter
Extra Pants Care (default)
Downloaded 2 intensively straightens wrinkles and
accentuates pants creases
Cycle Processes
• Preparing heats the water in the tank in
preparation for supplying steam.
• Steaming sprays steam on the clothes.
• Heating preheats the air inside the cabinet to
enhance the effect of the steam.
• Drying removes moisture in the clothes.
• Sanitizing removes germs from the clothes.
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OPERATION
CHOOSING A CYCLE
Special Care
Styler cycles are designed to fit a variety of
situations. Select the cycle and setting that best
match the load contents and desired results for
maximum performance and fabric care. For best
results, pay attention to garment care labels and
choose a cycle that is appropriate for the fabric
content of the items. For a guide to the symbols
used on fabric care labels, see the chart on page
21 and the Fabric Care Guide on pages 22-23.
Downloaded 1 or Downloaded 2
Touch the cycle selector icon to select the
desired cycle. Press the icon repeatedly to select
the desired setting. When you select a cycle,
the light for the default setting will turn on. See
Using the Styler, page 20, for more details on
operating methods.
To download a different cycle, see Downloading
Styler Cycles, page 37.
Refresh Cycle
Use the Downloaded 1 and 2 to add two
courses. Download one cycle and use it to treat
special fabrics like fur and leather, reduce noise,
or remove static.
The default of Downloaded 1 and 2 cycle is the
Ready to Go and Extra Pants Care cycle, a ten
minute cycle which takes the chill out of clothes
and outerwear. Perfect for winter weather.
Downloadable Cycles
Cycle
Description
Ready to Go
(default) see Cycle Guide and above
Athletic Uniform
/Equipment
gently removes odors from uniforms
and gear
Air Fresh
gently removes moisture and dust
from fur, leather, and silk without
damaging fabrics and restores volume
to fur or fabric flattened by everyday
activities
Extra Pants
Care
(default) see Cycle Guide
and above
Shawls
/Neckties
gently removes odors from frequently
used shawls, scarves or neckties
Use for clothes, bedding, or soft toys. Quilts or
blankets should be a single layer and weigh
3.3 lb (1.5 kg) or less.
Soft Toys
refreshes soft toys
Silent Mode
quieter refresh cycle
Gentle Dry Cycle
Rainy Day
refreshes and gently dries damp
clothing
Warm Up
warms up blankets and comforters
Static Removal
removes static using TrueSteam™
Use the Refresh cycle to remove odors and
wrinkles and to dry items. This cycle uses steam
and should only be used with washable items.
The cycle is safe for washable wool and knitwear.
Sanitary Cycle
Use the Sanitary cycle to remove germs and to
dry items. Choose this cycle for clothing, bedding,
and children's clothing and toys. Do not use this
cycle for wool or knitwear, because the high
temperatures and steam can cause shrinkage.
Sanitary Heavy
Use the Gentle Dry cycle to remove odors and
wrinkles and to dry items. Choose this cycle for
non-washable fabrics like silk and cashmere.
There is also a downloadable dry cycle called
Air Fresh for use with fur and leather items. See
Downloading Styler Cycles, page 37.
Time Dry
Use the Time Dry cycle to manually select
the drying time, from 30 to 150 minutes, in
30-minute increments. Or use Time Dry to add
drying time at the end of another cycle.
OPERATION 33
CYCLE SETTINGS AND OPTIONS
Cycle Selector Icons
To change the settings during the cycle, touch
Start/Pause to pause the cycle, then touch the
relevant cycle selector icon to change settings.
• Touch the Start/Pause button to activate
the control panel.
The cycle selected and the Start/Pause button
start blinking.
Selecting a Cycle
1 Touch Power
2 Touch the cycle selector icon repeatedly
until the desired cycle and setting is
illuminated.
3 Touch Start/Pause.
Changing Settings During a Cycle
1 Touch Start/Pause to pause the cycle.
2 Touch the relevant cycle selector icon to
change settings.
• During the Refresh and Sanitary cycles, the
machine will make a boiling and hissing sound
as water is boiled to make steam and steam
is sprayed on clothes. This is normal.
• The moving hanger will move even when only
the shelf is being used.
• Cycle times may vary depending on the usage
environment, including water temperature.
• Cycle time for the Gentle Dry cycle may be
longer for wet clothes that are not spin dried.
• Very thick clothing may not be as uniformly
dry at the end of the Gentle Dry cycle.
• If the Sanitary cycle is changed to a Refresh
or Gentle Dry cycle during operation, the
sanitize process is not performed.
CAUTION
• Do not open the door during operation.
There is a risk of burns or injury from
escaping hot air or steam.
• Do not allow steam or hot air to escape
the cabinet during operation. Opening
the door during operation also affects
performance, lengthens drying time, and
results in water condensing and collecting on
the floor.
• Do not put very wet items in the Styler to
dry. Shake off or wring out excess water
before putting items in the cabinet to
dry. If a large amount of water pools in the
cabinet, drying performance may suffer or
the product may be damaged.
• Remove or store the shelf when hanging
longer items so items won't get wrinkled.
• Fasten buttons and zippers on hanging
clothes to prevent them from falling off
hangers during operation. Fasten the neck
area with cotton string if there is no button
or zipper.
Selecting the Downloaded 1 or Downloaded 2
1 Touch Power
2 Touch the Special Care cycle selector icon
to select the Downloaded 1 or Downloaded
2 cycle.
3 Touch Start/Pause.
• Download and use the LG Smart Styler app
on a smart phone to confirm the current
downloaded cycle or to download another
cycle.
• Only one Downloaded Cycle can be saved and
changed at a time. See Downloading Styler
Cycles, page 37.
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OPERATION
SPECIAL FUNCTIONS
Some buttons also activate special functions,
including the Control Lock.
Locking the Controls
Use Control Lock to prevent unwanted use of
the Styler or to keep cycle settings from being
changed while the Styler is operating.
1 Touch and hold the Sanitary icon for three
seconds to activate or deactivate the
Control Lock function.
2 The Control Lock icon lights in the display,
and all controls are disabled except the
Power button.
• Control Lock does not lock the door.
• The Control Lock setting is retained even if
there is a power outage.
• Once set, Control Lock remains active until it
is manually deactivated. Control Lock must be
deactivated to run another cycle.
Turning Alert Sounds On/Off
The button and alert sounds can be turned on/
off.
1 Touch and hold the Gentle Dry icon for
three seconds to activate or deactivate the
button and alert sounds.
2 A tone sounds to confirm the change.
Setting a Delayed Start Time
Use the Delay Start function to delay the start
time of the cycle.
1 Touch Power
2 Touch the cycle selector icon for the
desired cycle.
3 Touch Delay Start to set the start time of
the cycle.
The default delay time is three hours.
Each time you touch the button, the time
increases by an hour, up to 19 hours.
• Touch and hold the button to increase the
delay time more quickly.
CAUTION
• Do not open the door during operation.
There is a risk of burns or injury from
escaping hot air or steam.
• Do not allow steam or hot air to escape
the cabinet during operation. Opening
the door during operation also affects
performance, lengthens drying time, and
results in water condensing and collecting on
the floor.
* Smart Diagnosis™
Use this function with the LG Smart Styler
application on a smart phone or when contacting
the LG service center to help diagnose problems
with the Styler. See Using Smart Diagnosis™,
page 44.
OPERATION 35
STORAGE FUNCTION
The storage function is set.
NOTE
•• Once completed, a selected course will lead to the storage function.
•• During the drying course, no storage function is set.
•• After the storage function is entered and the power button pressed, the setting is
released.
•• The storage function operates for a maximum of 24 hours.
•• You can open the door anytime even during the course of the storage function.
•• This operation warms clothes with air in order to store them softly and moistlessly and
can therefore produce noises periodically. It is not a defect, but a normal operation. So
rest assured.
Hold to Start
IF THE BUTTON IS PRESSED FOR
THREE SECONDS, THE STORAGE
FUNCTION IS SELECTED.
※ This image is for illustration purposes only. The location of the Delay Start button can vary depending on models.
So check your model purchased.
Place clothes into the Styler.
1
Press a course button to select your desired course and then press the Delay Start button to
2
set a storage option.
(e.g. If the reservation button is pressed for three seconds after a course is selected, the
storage LED light will be lit.)
3
Press the OPERATION / PAUSE button to start.
4
If you want to cancel the storage function, press another course button.
36
SMART FEATURES
SMART FEATURES
TAG ON
Before Using Tag On
The Tag On function allows you to conveniently use
the LG Smart DiagnosisTM and Smart Download
Cycle features to communicate with your appliance
right from your own smart phone. To use the Tag On
function:
2 Position the smart phone so that the NFC
antenna target on the smart phone screen is
over the Tag On icon on the appliance.
(Because the antenna is positioned inside the
phone, the LG Smart Styler app shows a target
range on the smart phone's screen based on
recognized phone models.)
1 Download the LG Smart Styler app to your
smart phone.
2 Turn on the NFC (Near Field Communication)
function in your smart phone.
The Tag On function can only be used with smart
phones equipped with the NFC function and
based on the Android OS (operating system).
Turning On the Smart Phone’s
NFC Function
1 Enter the Settings menu of the smart phone
and select Share & Connect under Wireless &
Networks.
2 Set NFC and Direct/Android Beam to ON and
select NFC.
3Select Use Read and Write/P2P receive.
NOTE
Depending on the smart phone manufacturer
and Android OS version, the NFC activation
process may differ. Refer to the manual of
your smart phone for details.
Using the Tag On Function
1 Look for the Tag On icon next to the Start/
Pause button on the control panel.
Hold to Start
the Tag On icon
Position the smart phone by the icon when
using the Tag On function with the LG Smart
Diagnosis™, Smart Download Cycle, and One
Touch Styling features of the LG Smart Styler
application.
3
If the app is not able to show a target range, try
positioning the center back of the smart phone
over the Tag On icon on the appliance.
If the connection is not made immediately, move
the smart phone very slightly in a widening
circular motion until the application verifies the
connection.
• Because of the characteristics of NFC, if the
transmission distance is too far, or if there is
a metal sticker or a thick case on the phone,
transmission will not be good.
• Press [
] in the LG Smart Styler app for a more
detailed guide on how to use the Tag On function.
Using Tag On with Apps
Touch an LG Styler’s Tag On logo with an NFCequipped smart phone, and the LG Smart Styler apps
use the Tag On function.
SMART FEATURES 37
Downloading Styler Cycles
LG Smart Styler’s Smart Download Cycle app allows you to download a cycle for later use. The cycle
is available at the Downloaded cycle position on the control panel until another cycle is downloaded.
1 Install the LG Smart
Styler application on an
NFC-equipped smart
phone.
Download the application
from the Play Store, install
it and run it.
5 Touch the Tag On logo.
yy When a Tag On screen appears (see above), tap your
smart phone on the Tag On
icon on the right side of the
Styler’s control panel.
yy If the phone isn’t recognized, touch [
] on the
upper right of the Tag On
screen on your LG Smart
Styler application to see the
detailed guide, or see Using
the Tag On Function, page
35.
2 Select the Smart Download
Cycle app.
3 Click through the NFC info.
4 Confirm the current
downloaded cycle.
Select Cycle Download on
the opening screen.
6 Select a cycle to
download. The current downloaded
cycle is at the top of the
screen and the available
cycles are below that.
You can also confirm the
existing downloaded cycle.
 Images are for reference only. The
actual LG Smart Styler application
is subject to change for product
improvement purposes.
7 Touch the Tag On logo.
yy When a Tag On screen appears (see below), tap your
smart phone on the Tag On
icon on the right side of the
Styler’s control panel.
8 The new cycle is
downloaded successfully!
38
MAINTENANCE
MAINTENANCE
REGULAR CLEANING
WARNING
To reduce the risk of fire, electric shock, or
injury to persons when using this appliance,
follow basic precautions, including the
following:
yy Unplug the Styler before cleaning to
avoid the risk of electric shock. Failure
to follow this warning can cause serious
injury, fire, electrical shock, or death.
yy Never use harsh chemicals, abrasive
cleaners, or solvents to clean the
Styler. They will damage the finish.
Cleaning the Interior and Exterior
Proper care of your Styler can extend its life.
1 Clean the inside and outside of the
machine with a damp cloth. Glass cleaner
can be used to clean the front glass panel,
but spray it on a cloth and wipe rather than
spraying it directly on the panel.
2 Buff the door dry with a clean, dry cloth to
prevent any water stains.
3 Allow the interior and exterior to dry
completely before plugging in and
operating the product.
CAUTION
• Do not spray water directly on the
product.
• Do not use detergent, methylated spirits,
solvents, or any volatile liquids to clean
the exterior of the product.
• Never use steel wool or abrasive
cleansers; they can damage the surface.
• Keep sharp objects away from the
exterior of the product. The touch panel
may not work if damaged.
Cleaning the Lint Filter
Always remove the lint from the filter after every
cycle. See Checking the Lint Filter, page 24.
If the lint filter has become very dirty or clogged,
wash the lint filter in warm, soapy water and
allow to dry thoroughly before reinstalling.
• Never operate the Styler without the lint filter.
• Never operate the Styler with a wet lint filter.
Cleaning the Aroma Filter
For best results, wash the aroma filter using
hot water and dish soap. After cleaning, wipe
the filter with a clean cloth and allow it to dry
thoroughly before reinstalling it.
The aroma filter can also be cleaned in the top
rack of the dishwasher.
• Never operate the Styler without the aroma
filter.
• Never operate the Styler with a wet aroma
filter.
Cleaning the Water Tanks
The water in the water supply tank contacts the
clothing and items treated in the Styler directly.
Clean both tanks periodically and keep them clean
at all times. If the tanks are not properly cleaned,
they may start to smell or need to be replaced.
• Some discoloration of the water drain tank
may occur over time. This is normal and will
not affect product performance.
• Use only clean tap water in the supply tank
for best performance and to prolong the life of
the product. Do not use distilled water.
• Do not reuse the water from the water drain
tank in the water supply tank.
MAINTENANCE 39
1 Clean the exterior of the tanks with a wet
cloth.
2 Use a cleaning brush or detergent made
exclusively for water tanks to clean the
inside of the water tanks.
These can be found
online or at a local RV
and camping store.
Rinse tanks thoroughly
after cleaning with
detergent to remove
any residue.
3 Make sure the drainage nozzle connected
to the water drain tank and the water
supply hole connected to the water supply
tank are not clogged.
Drainage nozzle
Water supply hole
4 Allow the outsides of the tanks to dry
completely before reinstalling the tanks.
40 TROUBLESHOOTING
TROUBLESHOOTING
FAQS: FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
Q:
What are aroma sheets and how do I use them?
A:
You can use your favorite brand of dryer fabric softener sheets in the aroma filter to infuse
items with a refreshing aroma. The sheets will not soften garments or reduce static. To
use the aroma filter, add a softener sheet before running a cycle. Dispose of the softener
sheet at the end of the cycle. For best performance, clean the aroma filter after every 5-7
uses. See Changing the Aroma Sheet, page 24.
Q:
Can I put fur, leather, or silk items in the Styler?
A:
Download the Air Fresh cycle for use with fur, leather, or silk items in the Styler. For
instructions on downloading new cycles for the Styler, see Downloading Styler Cycles,
page 37.
Q:
Why is the cycle time longer than estimated for the Gentle Dry cycle?
A:
The Styler uses a sensor to sense the dryness of fabrics. If clothing or other items are
not dried properly, the cycle time is extended automatically (except for Time Dry cycles).
TROUBLESHOOTING 41
BEFORE CALLING FOR SERVICE
Your appliance is equipped with an automatic error-monitoring system to detect and diagnose
problems at an early stage. If your appliance does not function properly or does not function at all,
check the following before you call for service.
Operation
Problem
Possible Cause
Solutions
Smoke comes out
when the door is
opened
Door is opened during operation It is normal for steam or hot air to escape
if the door is opened during operation.
Full water supply tank
is empty after just one
use
Appliance is being used for
the first time
A larger amount of water is needed the
first time the appliance is used to fill the
empty reservoir.
Appliance makes a
loud vibrating noise on
startup
Moving hanger is balancing
load before operation
This is normal at the beginning of the
cycle. If the noise increases or continues
for a long time, call for service.
[Drying times are
taking longer than
estimated?]
Clothes were extremely wet
when loaded
Drying times may be longer for very
wet or bulky clothing. Damp dry clothes
before putting them in the Styler. The
Styler stops automatically when clothes
are dry.
Appliance is moving
from left to right while
operating
Floor under appliance is not
level or is not sturdy enough
to support the weight of the
appliance without flexing
Install the appliance where the floor is
level and sturdy. Compensate for any
slight unevenness in the floor with the
leveling legs. See Leveling the Styler,
page 16.
Sound of motor
whirring
Compressor is running during This is normal.
drying
Sound of water
running, boiling, or
hissing
Steam being generated and
sprayed onto clothes
This is normal.
Steam or hot air leaks
out when the door is
closed
An item is caught in the door,
keeping it slightly open
Make sure all items are completely inside
the cabinet and nothing is caught in the
door, blocking it from closing completely.
The appliance won’t
operate
Control panel has powered off
due to inactivity
This is normal. Press the Power button to
turn the appliance on.
Cord is unplugged
Make sure cord is plugged securely into a
working outlet.
Circuit breaker/fuse is tripped/
blown
Check house circuit breakers/fuses.
Replace fuses or reset breaker. The
appliance should be on a dedicated branch
circuit.
Appliance not connected to Make sure the cord is plugged into a
120 V socket
grounded socket rated for this appliance.
See the Product Specifications, page 12.
42 TROUBLESHOOTING
Operation
Problem
Control panel won’t
respond
The cycle won’t start
Possible Cause
Solutions
Control panel or button has
dirt on it
Dirt or foreign objects on the control panel
will interfere with the operation of the
buttons. Clean the control panel.
Control panel is locked
Disable the Control Lock function. See
Locking the Controls, page 34.
Start/Pause was not touched
after the cycle was set.
Touch Start.
Cycle is producing steam
There may be a period of inactivity while
steam is produced.
Control panel is locked
Disable the Control Lock function and
touch Start. See Locking the Controls,
page 34.
Performance
Problem
Clothes are wet at the
end of the cycle
Possible Cause
Solutions
Filter is clogged or grill is
upside down
Clean the lint filter. Insert the grill with the
holes on the right side.
Door gasket is damaged
If the rubber door gasket is damaged, it
leaves a gap in the door seal, affecting
performance of the appliance. Call for
service.
Clothes caught in door
Make sure all items are completely in
the cabinet and not stuck in the door,
blocking it from closing completely. Run
the cycle again.
Odor is not removed at
end of cycle
Clothes were stored for a
long period of time or are
stained with a strong-smelling
substance
Odors can be particularly difficult to
remove from clothes that have been
stored for long periods or have strongsmelling, oily stains. Wash the clothes
first, before using the Styler.
Wrinkles are not
removed at end of
cycle
Clothes were stored for a long
period of time
Wrinkles may be very difficult to remove
if set for a long time, especially in cotton
and linen fabrics. Iron clothes that have
been stored for a long period of time
before treating them with the Styler, to
remove wrinkles more effectively.
Clothes have an
unpleasant odor at end
of cycle
Appliance has not been used
for a long time or water tanks
and filters have not been
cleaned
Check for dirt or foreign objects in the
water supply and water drain tanks. Clean
the filters and water tanks.
Functions are not
operating properly
Detergent or fabric softener
put in water supply tank
Do not use anything but clean water in
the water supply tank.
TROUBLESHOOTING 43
Performance
Problem
Possible Cause
Solutions
Wrinkles at back of
neck after cycle
Item too large for hanger or Use the right size hanger for the item
fabric too delicate
so the fabric won't bunch up and cause
wrinkles. Some fabrics are delicate and
will bunch around the hanger no matter
what you do. Use the shelf for lingerie
and other delicate items.
Creases are gone from
pants after cycle
P a n t s w e r e h u n g o n t h e Hang pants in the pants press to maintain
moving hanger, not in the creases at edge of pants legs.
pants press
Clothing has water
spots after cycle, color
has faded or run
Fabric is not washable, or is
not colorfast
Check fabric care labels before treating
items. See Sorting Loads, page 21 and
the Cycle Guide, page 31.
Error Codes
Problem
Possible Cause
Solutions
Fill Water icon is
blinking
Water supply tank is empty or
tank is missing
Fill the water supply tank and reinstall it.
Empty Water icon is
blinking
Water drain tank is full or tank
is missing
Empty the water drain tank and reinstall
it.
dE Error is blinking
Door is not completely closed
Check that items are completely inside
the cabinet and that the door is tightly
closed.
AE, LE, LE2, E1, E4,
TE1, TE2, TE3, TE5
shows on the display.
System error
Unplug the appliance and call for service.
44 SMART DIAGNOSIS
SMART DIAGNOSIS
Should you experience any problems with your appliance, it has the capability of transmitting data to your smart
phone using the LG Smart Styler application or via your telephone to the LG Customer Information Center.
Smart Diagnosis™ cannot be activated unless your appliance is turned on by pressing the Power button. If
your appliance is unable to turn on, then troubleshooting must be done without using Smart Diagnosis™.
USING SMART DIAGNOSISTM
Smart Diagnosis™ Using a Smart
Phone
1 Download the LG Smart Styler application on
your smart phone.
2 Open the LG Smart Styler application on your
smart phone. Press the right arrow button to
advance to the next screen.
3 Press the Record button on the smart phone
and then hold the mouth piece of the smart
phone near the Smart Diagnosis™ logo on
the appliance.
4 With the phone held in place, press and hold
the Special Care icon for three seconds.
5 Keep the phone in place until the tone
transmission has finished. The display will
count down the time.
6 When the recording is complete, view the
diagnosis by pressing the Next button on the
phone.
NOTE
yy Call quality differences by region may
affect the function.
yy Use the home telephone for better
communication performance, resulting in
better service.
yy Bad call quality may result in poor data
transmission from your phone to the
machine, which could cause Smart
DiagnosisTM to malfunction.
Smart Diagnosis™ through the
Call Center
1 Call the LG Customer Information Center at:
+65 65120555
When instructed to do so by the call center
agent, hold the mouthpiece of your phone over
the Smart Diagnosis™ logo on the machine.
Hold the phone no more than one inch from
(but not touching) the machine.
2 Press and hold the Special Care icon for three
NOTE
Do not touch any other buttons or icons on
the display screen.
seconds.
3 Keep the phone in place until the tone
transmission has finished. The display will
count down the time.
4 Once the countdown is over and the tones
have stopped, resume your conversation
with the call center agent, who will then be
able to assist you in using the information
transmitted for analysis.
NOTE
yy For best results, do not move the phone
while the tones are being transmitted.
yy If the call center agent is not able to get
an accurate recording of the data, you
may be asked to try again.
WARRANTY 45
WARRANTY
NOTE
yy When disposing of the appliance, cut off the mains cable, destroy the plug and disable the door
lock to prevent children being trapped inside.
What Is Not Covered:
• Service trips to your home to teach you how to use the product.
• If the product is connected to any voltage other than that shown on the rating plate.
• If the fault is caused by accident, neglect, misuse or Act of God.
• If the fault is caused by factors other than normal domestic use or use in accordance with the owner’s
manual.
• Provide instruction on use of product or change the set-up of the product.
• If the fault is caused by pests for example, rats or cockroaches, etc.
• Noise or vibration that is considered normal, for example water drain sound, spin sound, or warning beeps.
• Correcting the installation. For example, levelling the product, adjustment of drain.
• Normal maintenance which is recommended by the owner’s manual.
• Removal of foreign objects / substances from the machine, including the pump and inlet hose filter, For
example, grit, nails, bra wires, buttons etc.
• Replace fuses in or correct house wiring or correct house plumbing.
• Correction of unauthorized repairs.
• Incidental or consequential damage to personal property caused by possible defects with this appliance.
• If this product is used for commercial purpose, it is not warranted.
(Example : Public places such as public bathroom, lodging house, training center, dormitory)
If the product is installed outside the normal service area, any cost of transportation involved in the repair
of the product, or the replacement of a defective part, shall be borne by the owner.
46 MEMO
MEMO 47
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