LG | LP-E5022CA | LG LP-E5022CA Owner’s Manual

Package
Air
Conditioner
OWNER'S
MANUAL
Before
manual
using your air conditioner please read this
carefully and keep it for future reference.
MODEL: LP-E5020CL/HL
LP-E5022CL/CA
LP-E5022HL/ZL/HA/ZA
LP-E5092CL/CA
LP-E5092HL/ZL/HA/ZA
LP-E50B0CL/CA
LP-E50B0HL/ZL/HA/ZA
LP-E5082CL/CA
LP-E5082HL/ZL/HA/ZA
Prior to
installation, this air-conditioning unit
must be submitted for
service which
Norm).
approval by the utility
provides electricity (EN 60555-3
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Safety precautions
Safety Precautions
SafetyPrcuions
Warning
To
................................2
Caution .................................3
Operating Instructions
Features and
prevent injury
other
user or
and
people
Incorrect
operation
damage,
the seriousness is classified
property damage, the
due to
ignoring
of instruction will
by
the
cause
following
harm
or
indications.
WARNING
WARNING
Specifications ....4
Indoor Unit Controls and
This
Indicators ..............................5
Name and Function-Remote
symbol
indicates the
possibility
of death
or
serious
of
or
damage
injury.
CAUTION
CAUTION
Control...................................6
Air conditioner
to the
instructions must be followed.
following
This
symbol indicates the possibility
properties only.
operation .......8
injury
to
Care and Maintenance
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During
the
Installation
..............18
season
precautions
When the air conditioner is not
going to be used for a long time..19
Operation Tips ....................19
WARNING
WARNING
Do not
install,
Improper installation
and re-install the unit
remove
will
cause
Troubleshooting tips
fire. Please consult authorized
Before You
installation work.
by yourself.
leakage, electrical shock,
dealer or specialist for the
water
or
Call For Service ...............20
WARNING
WARNING
Do not
damage
or use an
Do not
unspecified
operate with
wet hand.
power cord.
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It will
cause
electrical shock
Do not insert
or
fire.
anything into the
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air inlet/air
Since the fan rotates at
cause an
When
an
electrical shock.
Do not expose the skin directly to cool air
long periods of time.
injury
or
high speed,
damage the unit.
abnormality (smell
of
this may
?
burning, etc)
If the unit continues to
condition, it may
This could
Repair
occurs, stop the air conditioner, and disconnect
the power plug or turn off the circuit breaker.
?
cause
for
outlet.
?
It will
or
damage
your health.
relocation should not be done
by
the customer.
operate in an abnormal
fire, damage, etc. In
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If this is done
electric
cause
this case, consult your dealer.
water
2
incorrectly, it may cause a fire,
shock, injury by dropping of the unit,
leakage,
etc. Consult your dealer.
CAUTION
?
Contact the authorized Service technician for
?
Contact the installer for installation of this unit.
?
The air conditioner is not intended for
?
The
?
?
repair or maintenance of this
unit.
use by young children or infirm persons without supervision.
appliance is not intended for use by young children or infirm persons without supervision.
Young children should be supervised to ensure that they do not play with the appliance.
If the supply flexible cord is damaged, it must be replaced by the manufacturer or the manufacturer's
service agent or similary qualified person in order to avoid hazard.
CAUTION
CAUTION
When the air filter is to be
Do not clean the air
Ventilate well when used
removed, do not touch the
metal parts of the indoor unit.
conditioner with water.
together with
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It may cause an injury.
Should be disconnected from
?
supply
When the unit is to be
cleaned, switch off,
Do not
and turn
off the circuit breaker.
?
It may
cause an
electric
plant
Do not
put
a
pet
or
?
exposed
Do not leave
an
on
stand which is
shock,
?
This could
injure
the
pet
or
?
plant.
apply
shortage
may
occur.
house
where it will be
An oxygen
installation
damaged.
to direct air flow.
burning.
or
Water may enter the unit and
degrade the insulation. It may
cause an electric shock.
stove, etc.
a
Do not
insecticide
flammable spray.
is
put
exposed
a
stove, etc. where
The unit may drop or fall down
and cause an injury.
Do not
to direct air flow.
not
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It may affect combustion.
step
on
the
indoor/outdoor unit and do
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deformation of the cabinet.
put anything
It may
on
it.
injury through
falling down.
cause an
dropping
or
Do not insert your finger or
stick etc. into the air inlet
When the unit is not
Do not open the air inlet
be used for
during operation.
grille.
off the circuit breaker.
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It will
shock
Do not
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electric
injury,
by the high voltage.
cause an
use
Do not
use
for
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a
going to
long time, turn
If not, dirt may collect and
fire.
cause a
It may
shock
cause an injury, electric
by the high voltage.
Do not operate for a long time in high
humidity, e.g. leaving a door or window open.
special purposes.
this air conditioner to preserve
precision devices, food, animal, plants, and
objects.
It may cause deterioration of quality, etc.
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grille
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In the
with
art
time,
drop
3
cooling mode, if it is operated in a room
high humidity (80%RH or more) for a long
water condensed in the air conditioner may
spoil furniture, etc.
and may wet and
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Features and
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Specifications
Features
1
Design for cooling
heating
2
Super
3
Micom control
energy
and
6
3
7
Removable air filter
8
Anti-Bacteria filter
9
3 minutes
efficiency
4
Whisper quiet operation
5
Wireless remote control
10
cooling/heating speeds
delay
Plasma Air
circuit
purifying
System
Specifications
Air Intake Vent
(Rear)
Air Outlet Vent
Air Outlet Vent
Remote
Signal
Receptor
Piping
Air Intake Vent
(Rear)
Air Intake Vent
Air Outlet
Vent
Troubleshtingp
Piping
4
Indoor Unit Controls and Indicators
Display
8
6
7
13121415
ROOM TEMP.
8
9
10
2
3
5
H
DOOR
MODE
511
234161
234161
(Cooling Model)
START/STOP BUTTON
9
HEATING OPERATION LAMP
Operation starts when this button is
pressed and stops when the button is
pressed again.
10
DEFROST OPERATION LAMP
11
AUTO OPERATION LAMP
12
OFF TIMER OPERATION LAMP
13
AUTO AIR FLOW OPERATION
14
AIR CLEANER OPERATION
15
ELECTRIC HEATER OPERATION
16
OUT DOOR UNIT OPERATION
17
ELECTRIC HEATER OPERATION
OPERATION MODE SELECTION BUTTON
Used to select the
operation
Mode.
ROOM TEMPERATURE SETTING
BUTTONS
Used to select the
4
M
OUT
(Heat Pump Model)
1
A/CL
L
DOOR
MODE
5
SET TEMP.
A/CL
H
OUT
17
131214
ROOM TEMP.
A/CL
M
7
SET TEMP.
A/CL
L
6
room
INDOOR FAN SPEED SELECTION
Used to select fan
LAMP(HORIZONTAL
temperature.
speed
steps-low, med, high.
AIR
FLOW)
LAMP(OPTION)
in three
LAMP
AIR CLEANER OPERATION
BUTTON(OPTION)
Used to purify the Room
air.
6
FAN OPERATION LAMP
7
COOLING OPERATION LAMP
8
SOFT DRY OPERATION LAMP
LAMP
BUTTON(OPTION)
5
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Name and Function-Remote Control
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Control
Signal Transmitter
Transmits the signals
1
1
?
to the
package
air
conditioner
2
2
Operation Display
3
?
Indoor Fan
A/CL
11
10
4
9
Cooling
5
Temperature Setting Buttons
3
6
?
Operation will start when this button is
pressed, and stop when the button is pressed
again.
Timer Set Button
7
5
ON Button
Power ON/OFF Button
6
8
Speed Selection Button
speed in three steps
[Low, Med, High]
To select the desired fan
4
14
7
of the Remote Control
?
Each time the button is
Timer set
(Cooling Model)
pressed, the
following process.
(1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7 hours)
mode is
in the
changed
If you select "0:00" the off Timer function will
be cancelled.
1
Auto Airflow Direction Control Button
8
2
?
The vertical louvers
?
The horizontal louvers
13
swing
can
left and
be
right.
adjusted
manually.
A/CL
11
10
4
12
14
7
8
3
6
9
Auto Mode
10
Plasma Air
purifying Button (Option)
11
Indoor Fan
Operation Button
12 Heating
5
Operation Button (Cooling
Button
Model
Only)
(Heat Pump Model)
13
Electric Heater ON/OFF Button
14
Soft
(Option)
Dry Operation Button
Wireless Remote Control Puts all functions at your fingertips
Troubleshtingp
Handling
?
Aim at the
the remote control
signal receptor on
the
package
air conditioner when
operating.
?
The remote control
signal
can
be received at
a
distance of up to
about 7meters.
?
Be
sure
that there
control and the
?
?
(Heat pump Model)
are no
obstructions between the remote
signal receptor.
Do not
drop or throw the remote control.
place the remote control in a location exposed to
sunlight, or next to a heating unit, or other heat source.
Do not
6
direct
Remote Control
Preparation
How to mount onto
1
Use the
to
screws
secure
a
wall
the holder to the wall
or
attach the holder side of indoor
unit.
2
To insert the remote control to the holder.
Insert
Pull
How to insert batteries
Remove the
cover
?
from the
?
Slide the
the
cover
according
as
to
dry
direction.
arrow
Do not
use
rechargeable
batteries such batteries
back of the remote controller.
different from standard
cells in
shape,
dimensions, and
performance.
Insert two batteries.
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Be
sure
that the
directions
?
Be
sure
are
(+)
and
(-)
?
correct.
Change
properly
Re-attach the
Slide the
if the remote
control does not work
are new.
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the batteries with
a new one
that both batteries
cover
after
extended
cover.
into back
position.
7
using for an
length of time.
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Air conditioner
SafetyPrcuions
How to
1
?
the
use
Each time the
shifted in the
operation
Operation
arrow
Mode Selection Button is
Troubleshtingp
the
pressed,
Operation
Mode is
direction.
MODE
ROOM TEMP.
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Mode Button
Operation
L
SET TEMP.
M
ROOM TEMP.
H
M
L
SET TEMP.
ROOM TEMP.
H
OUT DOOR
L
SET TEMP.
M
H
OUT DOOR
Cooling Operation
Soft
OUT DOOR
Dry Operation
Heating Operation
(Heat pump Model)
MODE
ROOM TEMP.
L
SET TEMP.
M
ROOM TEMP.
H
M
L
OUT DOOR
SET TEMP.
ROOM TEMP.
H
L
SET TEMP.
M
H
OUT DOOR
Auto
Cooling Operation
OUT DOOR
Soft
Operation
Dry Operation
(Cooling Model)
2
How to
?
use
Each time the Fan
the Fan
speed
speed Button
Button is
pressed,
the Fan
speed
is shifted in the
arrow
direction.
MODE
L
M
High
8
H
L
M
Low
H
L
M
H
Medium
Cooling Operation Mode
3
1
Press the
Select
2
Start/Stop
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Button.
Cooling Operation.
Operation Mode Selection Button.
the Cooling Operation Button on the remote
Press the
Press
controller.
MODE
ROOM TEMP.
SET TEMP.
A/CL
L
M
H
OUT DOOR
Set the
3
The
temperature lower than the room temperature.
temperature can be set within a range of 16°C~30°Cby 1°C.
MODE
ROOM TEMP.
To raise the
temperature
To lower the
temperature
L
4
Set the Fan
M
SET TEMP.
H
OUT
DOOR
Speed.
MODE
Each time the Fan
pressed,
the Fan
shifted in the
9
Speed Button
Speed mode is
arrow
direction.
is
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Soft
4
1
2
Dry Operation
Press the
Start/Stop
Button.
Select Soft
Press the
Press the
Dry Operation.
Operation Mode Selection Button.
Soft Dry Operation Button on the remote
controller.
MODE
ROOM TEMP.
SET TEMP.
A/CL
L
M
H
OUT DOOR
3
Set the
The
temperature lower than the room temperature.
temperature can be set within a range of 16°C~30°Cby 1°C.
MODE
ROOM TEMP.
To raise the
temperature
To lower the
temperature
L
The indoor fan
speed
is
automatically
10
set to low and
can
H
OUT DOOR
During softy Dry Operation
?
M
SET TEMP.
be set fan
speed.
Heating Operation Mode(Heat Pump Model)
5
1
2
Press the
Start/Stop
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Button.
Select
heating Operation.
Operation Mode Selection Button.
Press the heating Operation Button on the remote
Press the
controller.
MODE
ROOM TEMP.
SET TEMP.
A/CL
L
M
H
OUT DOOR
3
Set the
The
temperature upper than the
temperature can be set within
room
a
temperature.
range of 16°C~30°Cby 1°C.
MODE
ROOM TEMP.
To raise the
temperature
To lower the
temperature
L
4
Set the Fan
SET TEMP.
M
H
OUT
DOOR
Speed.
MODE
Each time the Button is
Fan
11
Speed
pressed,
mode is shifted.
the
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Electric Heater
6
?This mode is
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1
2
This mode is
Press the
designed
option
Operation Mode(Option)
to be used when the unit
Start/Stop
operate in heating mode
Button.
Select
heating+ E/heater Operation.
Operation Mode Selection Button to select heating Operation.
Press the E/Heater Operation Button on the remote controller
(When the unit operates in heating mode).
Press the
MODE
ROOM TEMP.
SET TEMP.
A/CL
L
M
H
OUT DOOR
3
Set the
The
temperature upper than the
temperature can be set within
room
a
temperature.
range of 16°C~30°Cby 1°C.
MODE
ROOM TEMP.
To raise the
temperature
To lower the
temperature
L
4
Set the Fan
M
SET TEMP.
H
OUT
DOOR
Speed.
MODE
Each time the Button is
the Fan
12
Speed
pressed,
mode is shifted.
Auto
7
Operation Mode(Cooling
Press the
1
Start/Stop
Model
Only)
ENGLISH
Button.
Select Auto
2
Operation.
Operation Mode Selection
Auto Operation Button.
Press the
Press
Button.
MODE
ROOM TEMP.
SET TEMP.
A/CL
M
L
H
OUT DOOR
Set the
3
The
temperature upper or lower than the standard temperature.
temperature can be set within a range of
by 1 level.
MODE
ROOM TEMP.
L
SET TEMP.
M
Cold Cool
H
Proper
Warm Hot
OUT DOOR
(This
indication will be shifted to the initial Auto Mode
To raise the
To lower the
Display
temperature. (When you feel
temperature. (When
state after 4
too cool
you feel too
or
seconds.)
cold)
warm or
hot)
During Auto Operation
?
It is
impossible to switch the
by fuzzy rule.
indoor fan
speed
conditioner
13
because of
being already
set to the best
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Fan
8
Operation
Press the
1
Mode
Press Fan
Start/Stop
Operation
Button.
2
Button.
ROOM TEMP.
A/CL
M
L
OperatingIsuco
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Set the Fan
3
H
Speed.
Each time the Button is
Fan
Speed
pressed,
the
mode is shifted.
Airflow Direction Procedure
9
Press the
1
Start/Stop
Button.
2
Press the Auto
louvers will
Swing Button and
swing left and right.
then
Press the Airflow Direction
Control Button
again
to set
the Vertical louver at the
desired airflow direction.
(Operation
and
will start when the button is
pressed,
The vertical louver
swing
left and
right.
stop when the button is pressed again.)
Note
adjust the right/left airflow direction, manually moving
by hand could change the air conditioner.
Vertical Airflow Direction Control
Always
use
the remote control to
the vertical airflow
direction louver
Adjust the
vertical airflow direction
manually by moving
14
the horizontal louvers with hand.
OFF Timer Setting
10
1
2
3
Press the
Start/Stop
Procedure(OFF TIMER Setting,
or
CANCEL)
ENGLISH
Button.
Select Function.
Press the Timer Button.
ROOM TEMP.
L
M
SET TEMP.
H
OUT DOOR
4
?
If you press the
?
If you select
button, the selected off timer is displayed
'
as
follows;
', the Off Timer function will be cancelled.
When you finish the Off Timer
ROOM TEMP.
setting,
the Timer indicator
SET TEMP.
lights
off.
ROOM TEMP.
SET TEMP.
After 4 seconds
L
M
H
L
OUT DOOR
5
During
off-timer
operation
M
H
OUT DOOR
if you press the Timer
15
Button, the
rest time will be
displayed.
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Plasma Air
11
Air
1
Purifying Operation only
Press the Plasma Air
1
Procedure
Purifying Operation
Purifying Operation
ON/Off Button.
A/CL
A/CL
OperatingIsuco
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Troubleshtingp
will start when the Button is
(Operation
pressed,
and
stop when the button is pressed again.)
Select Fan
2
The
speed.
display shows
low fan
speed
at the initial condition.
MODE
L
M
H
Low
?
You
or
2
can
M
L
H
Medium
L
M
H
High
operate the Plasma Air Purifying under the unit operation of cooling, heating, soft dry
Auto mode.
Air
Purifying Operation
1. Press the
Start/Stop
2. Select the desired
Cooling, Heating
or
any other
button.
Operation
3. Press the Plasma Air
4. Set the fan
with
Mode.
Purifying Operation ON/OFF
speed.
16
button.
Operation.
Child Lock
12
Operation
Procedure
Press the low and
1
The unit will
high temperature setting
respond with beep.
MODE
ROOM TEMP.
L
buttons
SET TEMP.
M
simultaneously
ROOM TEMP.
H
L
M
SET TEMP.
L
During
Child Lock
M
SET TEMP.
H
OUT DOOR
After 3 second,
it will shift
2
ROOM TEMP.
H
OUT DOOR
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for 3 seconds.
OUT DOOR
After 3 seconds,
it will shift
Operation
Whenever you press any Button on Display Panel, it will
", which means Display panel is Locked.
immediately display
"
All the Button
on
But the Button
For
3
the indoor unit
Display panel
will not work.
the remote controller will work.
on
child lock
Operation.
high temperature setting buttons simultaneously for 3
rospond with beep, Child Lock Operation will removed.
releasing
Press the low and
The unit will
MODE
ROOM TEMP.
L
M
SET TEMP.
ROOM TEMP.
H
L
OUT DOOR
M
seconds
SET TEMP.
ROOM TEMP.
H
L
OUT DOOR
After pressing
the buttons
it will shift
again.
M
SET TEMP.
H
OUT DOOR
After 3 seconds,
it will shift
immediately
What is Auto
13
?
?
the power
Restarting Operation
In
case
to
operate automatically
again after a power failure Auto Restarting Operation is designed
previous operating condition.
If the power comes to be failure while off-timer operation, Auto Restarting Operation is
cancelled and function returns to the previous mode.
comes on
to the
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Care and Maintenance
CAUTION: Before
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performing any maintenance,
During the
turn off the main power to the
season
Cleaning of the air cleaner.
Recommended about once every three months
Cleaning of the air filters.
Recommended about once every two weeks
1
Remove the Air Filter.
Take hold of the tab and
forward to
remove
system.
Remove the Air Cleaner.
1
pull slightly
Take hold of the tab and
forward to
the filter.
remove
pull slightly
the air cleaner.
Clean.
2
2
2
2
Clean.
?
To
remove
the dust
filters, either
adhering
use a vacunm
wash them in water and
dry
Re-insert the filter to the
Dip
the air cleaner into the water
mixed with
to the
cleaner,
detergent,
for 20~30
minutes, and dry in the shade.
or
?
in the
Re-insert the air cleaner to the
original position.
shade.
?
?
original
position.
Cleaning
of the air conditioner
?
Don't wash with water.
?
Wipe
with
a
soft
dry
Never
Water hotter than 40°C.
?
Volatile substances.
Could
Could
cause
followings.
deformation and/or discoloration.
damage
conditioner.
18
any of the
?
cloth.
There's the
danger of
electrical
shock.
use
the surfaces of the air
When the air conditioner is not going to be used for a
At the end of the
At the start of the
season
Operate the air conditioner at the
following settings for 2 to 3 hours.
Type of operation : Cooling.
Temperature setting : 30°C.
1
long time.
season
Clean the air filters, re-insert, then
operate the air conditioner.
1
?
?
2
2
This will
dry
out the internal mechanisms.
Remove the batteries from the Remote
Control.
Be
2
2
3
sure
that
nothing
obstructs the air
outlet and intake vents.
Turn off the circuit breaker.
CAUTION
CAUTION
Turn off the circuit breaker when the air
conditioner is not going to be used for a
time.
Dirt may collect and may
cause a
long
fire.
Operation Tips
Do not overcool the
room.
Keep blinds or curtains closed.
Keep the
room
temperature
uniform.
This is not
good for your
electricity.
health
and wastes
Do not let direct sunshine enter the
room
when the air conditioner is in
Make
sure
Avoid
as
that the doors and
are
shut
ensure a
Clean the air filter
regularly.
temperature in the
Ventilate the
room
room.
occasionally.
tight.
opening doors and windows
as possible to keep the
much
cool air in the
and horizontal
airflow direction to
uniform
operation.
windows
Adjust the vertical
room.
Blockages
in the air filter reduce
the airflow and lower
dehumidifying
least
once
cooling
and
effects. Clean at
every two weeks.
19
Since windows
is
are
kept closed,
it
idea to open them and
ventilate the room now and then.
a
good
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Before you call for service...
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Troubleshooting Tips! Save time and money!
?
Check the
following points
contact your dealer
before
Does not
or
service.... If the fault
operate.
persists, please
See page
Explanation
?
Have you made
?
Has the fuse blown
a
mistake in timer
operation?
has the circuit breaker been
or
tripped?
?
?
Is the power Switch at Off?
Is the unit at the starting of Heating
If yes, wait for
The
room
has
a
peculiar
?
It
seems
leaking
finishing the Deicing.
Check that this is not
a
walls, carpet, furniture,
odor.
that condensation is
?
Condensation
occurs
conditioner cools the
from the air
-
Operation?
If yes, Hot-start is activating.
Is the unit in the Deicing?
smell exuded
damp
or
cloth items in the
by the
-
room.
when the airflow from the air
warm room
air.
-
conditioner.
Air conditioner does not
?
This is the Protection device of the air conditioner
operate for about
?
Wait about three minutes and
operation
If the airflow
temperature become
3 minutes
?
when restarted.
warm, it will
order to
it is
Does not cool
or
heat
?
begins
before its
cause an
undesired
cooling
prevent this, the airflow will
not
will
.
begin.
effect. In
begin
until
sufficiently warm.
Is the air filter
dirty?
See air filter
cleaning
18
instructions.
effectively.
?
The
room may have been very hot when the room
air conditioner was first turned on. Allow time for it
-
to cool down.
?
Has the
?
Are the indoor unit's air inlet
temperature been
set
or
incorrectly?
outlet vents
-
obstructed?
The air conditioner
is
operation
?
For
a
noise that sounds like water
-This is the sound of freon
noisy.
flowing
flowing.
inside the air
conditioner unit.
?
For
a
noise that sounds like the
compressed
air
-
into
atmosphere.
dehumidifying water being
processed inside the air conditioning unit.
releasing
Troubleshtingp
requesting repairs
service center.
Case
?
OperatingIsuco
CarendMitc
or
-This is the sound of the
NOTE
WATER RESISTANT: The outdoor side of this
appliance
is WATER RESISTANT.
The indoor side is not water resistant and should not be
20
exposed
to
excess
water.
NOTE
Details of LG serial No.
ENGLISH
1234567891 0
Code
Detail
1
Year
Code of Model
Meaning
The last
0~9
ex)
(Digit)
Month
2,3
Nation
4
01~12
Month
(Digit)
ex)
A~Z
Product
of year
7, 2000
March
0
03, August
08
Where manufactured
(Alphabet)
5
digit
1997
A~Z
ex)
K
Korea, C
China
ex)
A
Airconditioner
(Alphabet)
6~10
Serial No.
Production
0~9
Quantity
(Digit)
Main Service Part List
NO
PART NAME
1
COMPRESSOR
2
MOTOR
3
MAIN PCB ASSY
4
DISPLAY PCB ASSY
5
REMOCON
6
FRONT GRILLE
7
TRANSFORMER
H. G. IBRAHIM SHAKER
COMPANY, LTD.
SERVICE CENTER
*
JEDDAH
P. O. BOX 50, JEDDAH 21411 KINGDOM OF SAUDI ARABIA
TEL NO.
*
RIYADH
TEL NO.
*
AL-KHOBAR
:
6422952 / 6425527
P. O. BOX 15, RIYADH 11411 KINGDOM OF SAUDI ARABIA
:
4020570
P. O. BOX 78, AL-KHOBAR 31952 KINGDOM OF SAUDI ARABIA
TEL NO.
:
8943714
21
NOTE
SafetyPrcuions
OperatingIsuco
CarendMitc
Troubleshtingp
22
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