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LG AS65GDPB0 Owner’s Manual
Owner's Manual
Air Purifier
Read this owner’s manual thoroughly before operating the
appliance and keep it handy for reference at all times.
Model name : AS65GD Series
MFL70445409
Rev.01_022819
www.lg.com
Copyright © 2019 LG Electronics Inc. All Rights Reserved.
TABLE OF CONTENTS
This manual may contain images or content
different from the model you purchased.
This manual is subject to revision by the
manufacturer.
SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS.............04
SMART FUNCTIONS.....................30
INSTALLATION...............................11
Using LG SmartThinQ Application........30
Using Smart Diagnosis™......................32
Parts...................................................... 11
Removing Packing Materials.................12
Remote Controller.................................13
Transporting or Moving the Appliance...14
Installing the Appliance..........................14
OPERATION....................................15
Appliance Overview...............................15
Getting Started......................................21
Using Smart Mode.................................21
Using Booster Mode..............................22
Using Normal Mode...............................22
Adjusting the Air Purifier Fan Speed.....23
Adjusting the Clean Booster Fan Speed....
...............................................................23
Rotating the Clean Booster...................24
Checking the Air Quality........................25
Using the Air Ionizer..............................28
Setting the Sleep Timer.........................29
Locking the Control Panel Buttons........29
MAINTENANCE..............................34
Cleaning the Exterior.............................35
Cleaning the Filter.................................36
Replacing the Filter................................36
Cleaning the Particles Sensor...............37
Storage .................................................38
TROUBLESHOOTING ..................39
APPLIANCE SPECIFICATIONS...43
SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
The following safety guidelines are intended to prevent
unforeseen risks or damage from unsafe or incorrect
operation of the appliance.
The guidelines are separated into ‘WARNING’ and ‘CAUTION’ as described
below.
This symbol is displayed to indicate matters and
operations that can cause risk. Read the part with
this symbol carefully and follow the instructions in
order to avoid risk.
WARNING
This indicates that the failure to follow the instructions
can cause serious injury or death.
CAUTION
This indicates that the failure to follow the instructions
can cause the minor injury or damage to the product.
IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
WARNING
To reduce the risk of explosion, fire, death, electric
shock, injury or scalding to persons when using this
product, follow basic 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.
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Installation
•• Do not install the appliance on an uneven or inclined surface.
•• Do not install the appliance in an area exposed to direct
sunlight or near heat-generating equipment.
•• Do not install the product in a place where combustible gas
may leak or industrial oil or metallic particulates are present.
•• Be careful not to let the power plug pressed by the back of the
appliance.
•• Do not touch the power plug with wet hands.
•• Make the connection securely so that screw in terminals may
not be loosed when pulling cable.
•• When unplugging the power cord, always pull it by the plug.
•• Unplug the appliance during thunder or lightning or when not
in use for a long time.
•• Do not bend the power cable excessively or place a heavy
object on top of it.
•• Do not extend the length of the power cable or alter it.
•• Do not use several devices on a multi-socket extension outlet.
•• Take care to ensure that power cable could not be pulled out
or damaged during operation.
•• If the supply cord is damaged, it must be replaced by the
manufacturer, its service agent or similarly qualified person in
order to avoid a hazard.
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Operation
•• If the appliance is immersed in water, stop using it and contact
the LG Electronics service centre.
•• If there is a gas leakage (isobutane, propane, LNG, etc.), do
not touch the product or power plug and ventilate the area
immediately.
•• Do not clean the appliance with brushes, cloths or sponges
with rough surfaces or which are made of metallic material.
•• If you detect any abnormal noise, odour or smoke, unplug the
product immediately and contact an LG Electronics service
centre.
•• Only an authorized repair person from LG Electronics service
centre should disassemble, repair, or modify the appliance.
•• Do not use or store fire, combustibles (ether, benzene,
alcohol, drugs, propane, butane, combustible spray,
insecticide, air freshener, cosmetics etc.) or flammable
materials (candles, lamps etc.) near the product.
•• Do not place the power cord under rugs, carpeting or mats.
•• Do not allow animals or pets to chew on the power cord.
•• Do not allow children to climb on or play with the appliance.
•• Do not move the appliance when it is in operation.
•• The fan is not a toy. It should not be played with or placed
where young children can reach it.
•• Do not impact the appliance.
•• Do not place anything(coffee, flower vase or drinks etc.) on
top of the appliance.
•• Do not insert hands or metal objects into the air inlet or outlet.
•• Do not install and use broken parts.
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•• Do not put flammables into the appliance.
•• Do not operate the appliance while its cover is open.
Maintenance
•• Dispose of the packing materials (vinyl, styrofoam etc.) to
keep them out of reach of children.
•• Be careful not to allow any part of your body to be pinched
when you detach and reattach parts of the appliance.
•• You must stop operating the product and unplug the appliance
before you clean the appliance and replace the filter.
Battery
•• A button/coin-shaped battery is used in the remote controller
of the appliance. If you accidentally swallowed the battery, go
to the doctor immediately for emergency treatment. If you fail
to receive first aid within 2 hours after you swallowed it, you
may experience damage to your internal organs or death in
severe cases.
•• Do not swallow the battery.
•• If the battery tray is not secured firmly, stop using the
appliance instantly and keep it away from children.
•• Replace the all batteries in the remote controller with new
ones of the same type. Do not mix old and new batteries or
different types of batteries.
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CAUTION
To reduce the risk of minor injury to persons,
malfunction, or damage to the product or property
when using this product, follow basic precautions,
including the following:
Installation
•• Do not tilt the appliance to pull or push it when transporting.
•• Do not install the appliance in transportation equipment
(vehicle/vessel etc.).
•• Do not place the appliance near a TV or a stereo equipment.
•• Do not place the appliance under bright light.
•• The appliance shall be installed in accordance with national
wiring regulations.
•• When moving or storing the appliance, wrap the power cord
around the base of the appliance to prevent personal injury,
damage to the cord or damage to floors.
Operation
•• Do not use the product for removal of toxic gas such as
carbon monoxide.
•• Do not use the product for ventilation purposes.
•• Do not use the appliance for a long time in a region with
unstable voltage.
•• Do not place obstacles around the air inlet or outlet.
•• For safe use of the appliance, children or others with reduced
mental capabilities need to be closely monitored by a person
who is responsible for their safety.
•• Do not place the appliance near curtains.
•• Do not use the product for special purposes such as
preserving plants, precision instrument, artworks etc.
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•• Do not climb or place objects on top of the appliance.
•• Do not operate the appliance with wet hands.
•• Do not let the moisture from the humidifier directly touch the
appliance.
•• Do not use the appliance while it is not in upright position.
•• Do not use the appliance near objects vulnerable to heat.
•• Use the filter only for its intended purpose.
•• The Deodorizing Care Filter and Allergen Collection Care
Filter are assembled together. Do not try to detach them from
each other.
•• Do not use detergents, cosmetics, chemicals, air fresheners,
or disinfectants in the appliance.
•• Do not place magnetic or metal objects on top of the
appliance.
•• Do not touch any internal parts while the unit is operating or
immediately after operation.
•• Do not operate the Booster arbitrarily.
•• Do not insert any objects into the Booster.
•• Do not operate the product while the Booster cover and grill
are separated.
•• Do not insert hands or metal objects into the moving part of
the Clean Booster.
•• Do not press multiple buttons at the same time on the remote
controller.
•• Do not kick or step on the remote controller.
•• Do not use the remote controller where there is too much
water or moisture.
•• Do not use the remote controller where there is fire or heat.
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Maintenance
•• Do not clean with strong detergents of solvent types, but use
soft cloth.
•• Do not disassemble the clean booster arbitrarily.
•• Do not clean the appliance with an alkaline detergent.
•• Do not wipe the appliance surface using sulfuric acid,
hydrochloric acid or organic solvent (thinner, kerosene etc.) or
attach a sticker on the appliance.
•• Do not allow the water enter inside the appliance.
•• Do not wash the filter with water.
•• Be careful not to damage the ultra fine filter when you use a
vacuum cleaner.
Battery
•• Do not modify the battery arbitrarily.
•• Misplaced battery may cause an explosion.
•• Do not recharge or take apart the battery.
•• Do not throw the battery in the fire for disposal or leave it near
the heat.
•• Remove and store the battery in a safe location if you don't
intend to use the remote controller for a long time.
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INSTALLATION
Parts
Air Purifier
Owner’s
Manual
Remote Controller /
Battery (CR2025, 1 Unit)
Owner’s Manual
•• The appearance or components of the appliance may differ depending on the model.
•• The shape of the power plug differs depending on the country.
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Removing Packing
Materials
4
Unpack the appliance and remove any
packing tape or vinyl before using the
appliance.
1
Pull out the appliance from the
packaging and remove the fixing tape
attached on the appliance.
2
Grab the top end of the back cover and
gently pull it.
•• You will see "PM1.0 & GAS SENSOR
SYSTEM" on the back cover of the
appliance.
3
Remove the cover from the appliance.
Remove the support located at the filter
inlet.
Support
5
6
Remove the filter and its vinyl.
Install the filter in the appliance.
•• Make sure that the handle faces
upward.
Handle
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7
8
Insert the fixing parts at the bottom of
the cover into the holes at the bottom
of the appliance before you close the
cover.
Assemble the appliance in the reverse
order of disassembly after cleaning the
appliance and replacing the filter.
Remote Controller
Inserting Battery
1
With the backside of the remote
controller facing up, remove the battery
tray from the remote controller.
2
Insert the battery provided with the
appliance to the tray.
•• The (+) electrode of the battery must
face upward.
CAUTION
•• Failure to remove the supports may affect
the performance of the appliance. Please
be sure to remove it before use.
•• Make sure that you remove the filter’s
vinyl prior to use otherwise it may result in
appliance malfunction.
•• Pay attention to the direction of the filter
when you install the filter otherwise it
may cause malfunction or failure of the
appliance.
3
Insert the battery tray to the remote
controller.
Back
NOTE
•• If the battery runs out of charge, replace it
with a new one (CR2025).
•• If the remote controller does not work as
expected, try to replace the battery or
check the polarity (+, -) of the battery. If
the problem continues, contact the Service
Centre.
•• Dispose of the used battery according to
the environmental regulations.
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Transporting or Moving the
Appliance
Transport the appliance in a well-secured
and upright position. Impacts may cause
appliance damage.
Hold the bottom of the product with both
hands to move the product safely.
•• Dropping the appliance may cause
personal injury or appliance malfunction.
•• Do not hold the outer cover when you
carry the appliance. The cover may open
accidentally, causing the appliance to
drop.
When moving or storing the appliance,
wrap the power cord around the base of
the appliance to prevent personal injury,
damage to the cord or damage to floors.
Installing the Appliance
Install the appliance on a strong level
surface. Installing the appliance on a weak
or tilted surface may cause noise and
vibration or tipping, resulting in injury.
Allow a 1 m clearance between the
appliance and surrounding surfaces or
objects. The air inlet needs space to function
properly.
1m
Install the product where you can easily
remove the power plug.
Otherwise, electric shock or fire may be
caused.
The performance of the appliance may differ
depending on the operating environment
(such as temperature and humidity).
•• 40–70 % of humidity is recommended for
optimal performance.
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OPERATION
Appliance Overview
Front View
Air outlet/Clean booster
Status display panel
•• It discharges purified air through
the filter.
Use it to check the settings of the
appliance and the air quality.
•• You can control the direction of the
air so that it reaches every corner
of the room.
Control Panel
Light of air quality
Receiver for Remote controller Signal
It displays the overall air quality using
a colored light.
Air Ionizer
Air inlet (front and rear covers)
Air goes into the air purifier through
the inlet. You may remove the front or
rear cover separately.
Use it to set the appliance functions.
•• It generates negative ions and
minimizes harmful bacteria in the
air.
•• It is built in the air purifier.
•• The appearance or components of the appliance may differ depending on the model.
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Back View
Smart Diagnosis Part
Odour (Gas) Sensor
In the event of a malfunction or failure,
you can use the Smart Diagnosis
option to check the appliance
condition.
It detects a odour (gas).
PM1.0 (particles with a diameter
between 1.0 and 2.5 micrometers)
Sensor
It detects the concentration of
particles.
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Filter
It minimizes allergic materials, fine
particles, possible sources of sick
house syndrome, smog and other
odour.
Filter System
Deodorizing Care Filter
It minimizes harmful odour (gas) that
are generated in everyday life such
as bathroom smell, cigarette smoke
(smell) and food smell.
Allergen Collection Care Filter
It minimizes PM1.0 and cigarette
smoke from the air.
Ultra-fine Filter
It is attached on the exterior of the
Allergen Collection Care Filter,
primarily minimizing large particles
floating in the air, including pet hair.
Filter Handle
Use it to separate the filter from the
appliance.
NOTE
•• Keep the windows or doors closed while
using the product. However, if you operate
the product for a long time in a closed
space, carbon dioxide concentration may
rise. So be sure to ventilate the indoor air
regularly.
•• Carbon monoxide (CO) is a harmful gas
that is mainly introduced from outside and
cannot be removed with a filter.
•• The deodorization function of the air
purifier operates by trapping the odour
(gas) in the filter. If you use the product
for a long time in a room with excessive
odour, the performance of the filter may
drop significantly. The Deodorizing Care
Filter may sometimes become the source
of excessive odour if used for a long time
in a room with excessive odour.
•• If excessive odour is present in the room,
first ventilate the indoor air to remove the
odour. Then use the air purifier to minimize
the remaining odour.
•• Do not throw the filter or use it for other
purposes.
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Control Panel
Start/Stop Button
Booster Speed Button
You can start or stop the operation.
It allows you to adjust the air flow of
the clean booster.
Mode Button
•• Press and hold it for 3 seconds or
more to turn on or off the air ionizer.
Use it to set the operation mode.
•• Press and hold the button for 3
seconds or more to turn on/off the
Light of air quality.
Speed Button
It allows you to adjust the air flow of
the product.
•• Press and hold the button for more
than 3 seconds to activate the WiFi registration mode.
•• Buttons to turn Wi-Fi off
Pressing and holding the Start/
Stop button and the Speed button
at the same time for more than
3 seconds turns off Wi-Fi. After
finishing the appliance registration
and while Wi-Fi is off, pressing and
holding the Speed button for more
than 3 seconds turns on Wi-Fi so
that you can control the appliance
using a smartphone that has it
registered.
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Swing Button
It allows you to set the clean booster
to turn left or right.
Indicator Button
You can check the concentration of
the particulate matter by its particle
size.
Sleep Timer Button
Use it to schedule the time to turn off
the appliance.
•• Press and hold it for 3 seconds or
more to lock or unlock the Control
Panel buttons.
Status Display Panel
Display of air quality
① Overall air quality (color)
② Particulate matter (color)
Icons
Icon
Description
③ Concentration of particles or sleep
timer time
It turns on when it is time to replace
the filter.
④ Concentration of odour (color)
It turns on when the Wi-Fi function
is activated.
Displays operating mode
Displays speed and booster speed
Speed: Displays the air purifier's
air flow.
Booster Speed: Displays the
clean booster's air flow.
It turns on when the sleep timer
function is activated.
It turns on when the reservation for
turning on/off the appliance is set in
the SmartThinQ application.
It turns on when the control panel is
locked.
It turns on when the air ionizer turns
on.
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Using Remote Controller
NOTE
•• To use the remote controller, direct
the signal sending area of the remote
controller toward the signal reception area
of the appliance.
•• If you are away from the appliance (front)
by more than 7 m, the remote controller
may not work.
•• If the remote controller does not work even
after replacing the battery, contact the
nearest service centre.
•• The remote controller may not work
properly where there is a strong light, such
as those from a 3-wavelength fluorescent
lamp or a neon sign.
Start/Stop Button
You can start or stop the operation.
Speed Button
It allows you to adjust the air flow of
the product.
Sleep Timer Button
Use it to schedule the time to turn off
the appliance.
Booster Speed Button
It allows you to adjust the air flow of
the clean booster.
Light Button
Use it to turn on or off the Light of air
quality.
Mode Button
Use it to set the operation mode.
Swing Button
It allows you to set the clean booster
to turn left or right.
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•• If you lost the remote controller, you can
purchase a new one in a nearby service
centre.
Getting Started
Using Smart Mode
Press the Start/Stop button to start the
operation.
It automatically controls the operation mode
and air flow based on the overall air quality.
Press Mode button to choose Smart mode.
•• Each time you press the button, the
operation mode changes in the following
order: Smart → Booster → Normal.
NOTE
•• If you operate the product for the first time,
it enters Booster mode.
•• If you stop and resume the operation, it
starts cleaning with the mode you selected
last time. Even if power is lost due to a
blackout, the appliance remembers the
mode you used last time.
•• Once the operation starts, the sensor
stabilizes (for approx. 30 seconds) before
the particles concentration is displayed.
During the sensor stabilization period, you
will see
(ready) on the status display
panel.
You can specify the sensor stabilization
time in the 'Air quality sensor start time'
option in the LG SmartThinQ application.
NOTE
•• While in Smart mode, the Speed, Booster
Speed and Swing buttons do not work.
•• Smart mode operates either the clean
booster or the air purifier to adapt to the air
quality.
–– 'Always operate': You can check the air
quality even when the product is not
operated.
–– 'Operate only during the operation': You
can check the air quality only when the
product is operating.
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Using Booster Mode
Using Normal Mode
The clean booster cleans the air and quickly
sends it to a long distances to circulate the
indoor air.
This is a basic operation mode for air
purification, enabling you to control the Air
flow as desired.
Press the Mode button to choose Booster
mode.
Press the Mode button to choose Normal
mode.
•• Each time you press the button, the
operation mode changes in the following
order: Smart → Booster → Normal.
•• Each time you press the button, the
operation mode changes in the following
order: Smart → Booster → Normal.
NOTE
•• If you choose Booster mode, the clean
booster rises at the 55° and pushes the air
forward to circulate the indoor air.
•• If you happen to unplug the power cord
from the outlet before the Clean Booster
closes completely, plug in the cord again.
The Clean Booster will swing left and right
and then close completely.
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Adjusting the Air Purifier
Fan Speed
Adjusting the Clean
Booster Fan Speed
You can adjust the air flow of the air purifier.
You can adjust the air flow of the clean
booster.
Press the Speed button during the operation.
•• Each time you press the button, the speed
changes in the following order: Auto →
Low → Middle → High → Turbo.
While in Booster mode, press the Booster
Speed button.
•• Each time you press the button, the speed
changes in the following order: Auto →
Low → Middle → High → Turbo.
Displaying Air Purifier Speed
If you adjust the speed, it is displayed on the
status display panel. It increases by 2 grids
at a time.
[Example of Air Purifier Speed 'Middle']
Displaying Booster Speed
If you adjust the booster fan speed, it is
displayed on the status display panel. It
increases by 2 grids at a time.
[Example of Booster Speed 'Middle']
NOTE
•• The speed is set to Auto when you first
start the operation. Auto mode controls
the wind speed automatically according to
the contamination level of the indoor air.
•• You can control the wind speed in the
Booster modes and Normal modes.
NOTE
•• If you choose Auto, the fan inside the
clean booster is adjusted according to the
speed of the air purifier. For example, if
you change the speed of the air purifier to
'Low', the booster fan speed is changed to
'Low' as well.
•• You may control the booster fan speed
only in Booster mode. In the other modes,
you will hear a warning sound and won't
be able to control the function.
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Rotating the Clean Booster
The clean booster rotates left and right.
While in Booster mode, press the Swing
button.
NOTE
•• The rotating angle of the clean booster is
35°.
•• You may use the clean booster rotation
function only in Booster mode. In the other
modes, you will hear a warning sound and
won't be able to control the function.
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Checking the Air Quality
You can check the cleanliness of the indoor air by looking at the Light of air quality and the status
display panel.
Understanding the Overall Air Quality
The overall air quality is calculated based on the particles and odour (gas) concentrations
and is categorized into 4 levels including green, yellow, orange or red depending on the
contamination of the air.
Overall Air
Quality
Concentration of PM (μg/m3)
Concentration of
odour
State
PM10
(coarse particles)
PM2.5
(fine particles)
PM1.0
(particles with a
diameter between 1.0
and 2.5 µm)
State
Level
Color
Red
Poor
255 or more
56 or more
56 or more
Very strong
4
Orange
Unhealthy
155~254
36~55
36~55
Strong
3
Yellow
Moderate
55~154
13~35
13~35
Normal
2
Green
Good
54 or less
12 or less
12 or less
Weak
1
NOTE
•• The color of overall air quality is determined based on whichever is worse between the
particles concentration and odour (gas) concentration.
•• PM (particulate matter) concentration is displayed in increments of 1 unit, from 8 to 999.
PM concentration values are based on the data sheet provided by the sensor manufacturer.
–– Differences in PM concentration values may be the result of different methods of
measuring or differences in the actual PM concentration levels.
–– The PM concentration measurement was tested using LG Electronics’ standard test
materials.
•• The overall air quality level is a result of both PM concentration and the odour level. It may
differ from the PM10, PM2.5 and PM1.0 concentration levels.
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Checking the Air Quality Using
the Light of air quality
Turning on/off the Light of air
quality
Four different colors are used to indicate
the overall air quality based on the particles
concentration and odour (gas) concentration.
You can press and hold the Mode button for
3 seconds or more to turn it on/off.
Light of air quality
NOTE
The Light of air quality turns on white for the
sensor stabilization period (30 seconds). The
odour (gas) sensor is stabilized 2 minutes
after you start the operation. During this
period, the odour (gas) concentration is not
reflected in the overall air quality.
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NOTE
•• When the sleep timer is set, the Light of air
quality turns off.
•• If you turn on the Light of air quality after
setting the sleep timer, you will see the
overall air quality on the status display
panel as well as on the Light of air quality.
Checking Air Quality on the
Status display panel
You may check the overall air quality,
particles concentration, and odour
concentration on the status display panel.
•• Overall air quality: You can check the
color (overall air quality) on the
status display panel to determine the
overall air quality.
•• Particles concentration: You can check
the particles concentration by looking at
the particles concentration value and the
particle size indicator color. It shows the
worst status among the PM10 / PM2.5 /
PM1.0.
–– If the particles concentrations of all
categories are 'good', the concentration
of the 'PM10' is displayed.
–– If it is worse than 'moderate', the color
and concentration of the particles
with the highest contamination level
are displayed. If they share the same
contamination level, the contamination
level is displayed according to the
following order: PM1.0, PM2.5 and
PM10.
•• Odour concentration: You can check
the
color (odour concentration) on
the status display panel to determine the
odour concentration.
[Example of the Display Showing Air
Quality]
The above picture displays PM10/PM2.5/
PM1.0, meaning that the concentration of
particles with a diameter between 1.0 and 2.5
micrometers is higher than those of coarse
particles and fine particles.
While the color of the particulates matter is
solely determined based on the particles
concentration and the color of the
(odour
concentration) is solely determined based
on the odour concentration, the color of the
(overall air quality) is determined
based on the worse cause between the
particles and odour.
If the odour is 'normal' and the PM1.0
concentration is 50 μg/m3, which is 'unhealthy',
the overall air quality is displayed in orange as
the worst cause is the particles. On the other
hand, if the odour is 'very strong', the overall air
quality is displayed in red because the odour
becomes the worst cause.
Checking the Particles
Concentration
You can check the particulate matter
concentration by its particle size.
Press the Indicator button during the
operation.
•• Whenever you press the button, the
display changes in the following order:
PM10 → PM2.5 → PM1.0.
•• The concentration of the selected particles
is displayed for about 10 seconds.
Overall air quality
Particulate
matter color
Concentration of
odour color
Concentration of
particles
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NOTE
•• The overall air quality level is a result of
both PM concentration and the odour
level. It may differ from the PM10, PM2.5
and PM1.0 concentration levels.
•• Even two products placed in the same
space could measure the concentration of
particles differently due to air circulation.
Using the Air Ionizer
To generate ions to minimize various bacteria
from the air.
Press the Booster Speed button for more
than 3 seconds while operating.
••
(Air ionizer) is displayed on the status
display.
•• The chemicals contained in air fresheners,
perfumes, deodorizers or cosmetics may
affect the overall air quality display.
•• The particles concentration displayed may
change with environmental factors such
as the presence of sofas, beds, carpets,
vacuum cleaners, humidity, smoke, bugs,
pets or cooking oils.
•• The PM concentration may be affected by
changes in the outside environment such
as construction, heavy traffic or pollen.
The micro particles concentration could be
higher near outside doors, windows, vents
or in areas where outside air enters.
•• Use ONLY water to clean the sensor.
Using anything else could cause appliance
failure.
•• The concentration of particles could be
affected by cooking or using humidifiers,
sprays or other products which generate
steam or fine particles.
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NOTE
•• When the operation is stopped, the air
ionizer function can not be used.
•• The air ionizer function is available in all
operating modes.
Setting the Sleep Timer
You can set the appliance to stop
automatically after running for the duration
you set.
Press the Sleep Timer button during the
operation.
•• Each time you press the button, the Sleep
Timer changes in the following order: After
2 hours→ After 4 hours → After 8 hours →
After 12 hours → Cancel.
•• Once the sleep timer is set, the status
display panel displays only the
sleep
timer icon except for a few other icons.
Locking the Control Panel
Buttons
You can lock the buttons on the Control
Panel to prevent the appliance from
operating due to unforeseen reasons, such
as a child manipulating the buttons.
Press the Sleep Timer button for at least 3
seconds during the operation.
••
(Lock) is displayed on the status
display panel.
NOTE
NOTE
•• For your deep sleep, the speed is set
to Low by default for a certain period of
time. After the time passes, the speed is
controlled automatically depending on the
air quality.
•• Even when the sleep timer is set, you can
still change the speed by pressing the
Speed button.
•• You can turn off the lock function in the
same way as turning it on.
•• The control panel can be locked even
when the appliance is not operated.
•• If you pull out the power plug in lock set
status, the lock function is cleared.
•• You can use the remote controller even
when the control panel is locked.
•• If you press the Sleep Timer button once
more while the sleep timer is set, you can
check the preset time and press the button
repeatedly to cancel the sleep timer.
•• The sleep timer remains on even if the
power goes off or if there is a blackout.
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SMART FUNCTIONS
Using LG SmartThinQ
Application
The LG SmartThinQ application allows you
to communicate with the appliance using a
smartphone.
Before Using LG SmartThinQ
1
Check the distance between the
appliance and the wireless router (WiFi network).
•• If the distance between the
appliance and the wireless router is
too far, the signal strength becomes
weak. It may take a long time to
register or installation may fail.
2
Turn off the Mobile data or Cellular
Data on your smartphone.
•• For iPhones, turn data off by going
to Settings → Cellular → Cellular
Data.
NOTE
•• To verify the Wi-Fi connection, check that
Wi-Fi icon
on the control panel is lit.
•• The appliance supports 2.4 GHz WiFi networks only. To check your network
frequency, contact your Internet service
provider or refer to your wireless router
manual.
•• LG SmartThinQ is not responsible for any
network connection problems or any faults,
malfunctions, or errors caused by network
connection.
•• If the appliance is having trouble
connecting to the Wi-Fi network, it may be
too far from the router. Purchase a Wi-Fi
repeater (range extender) to improve the
Wi-Fi signal strength.
•• The Wi-Fi connection may not connect or
may be interrupted because of the home
network environment.
•• The network connection may not work
properly depending on the Internet service
provider.
•• The surrounding wireless environment
can make the wireless network service run
slowly.
•• The appliance cannot be registered due
to problems with the wireless signal
transmission. Unplug the appliance and
wait about a minute before trying again.
3
Connect your smartphone to the
wireless router.
•• If the firewall on your wireless router is
enabled, disable the firewall or add an
exception to it.
•• The wireless network name (SSID) should
be a combination of English letters and
numbers. (Do not use special characters.)
•• Smartphone user interface (UI) may vary
depending on the mobile operating system
(OS) and the manufacturer.
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•• If the security protocol of the router is
set to WEP, you may fail to set up the
network. Please change it to other security
protocols (WPA2 is recommended) and
register the product again.
Installing LG SmartThinQ
Search for the LG SmartThinQ application
from the Google Play Store or Apple App
Store on a smart phone. Follow instructions
to download and install the application.
Wi-Fi Function
Smart Diagnosis™
Wireless LAN Module
Specifications
Model
LCW-003
Frequency
Range
2412 - 2472 MHz
Output
Power
(Max)
IEEE 802.11b: 18.37 dBm
IEEE 802.11g: 17.67 dBm
IEEE 802.11n: 17.67 dBm
Wireless function S/W version : V 1.0
For consideration of the user, this device
should be installed and operated with a
minimum distance of 20 cm between the
device and the body.
When the appliance malfunctions or fails, you
can check the appliance conditions through
the smart diagnosis function and solve issues
more conveniently.
Settings
You can configure the appliance
management and alert settings.
NOTE
•• If you change your wireless router, Internet
service provider, or password, delete
the registered appliance from the LG
SmartThinQ application and register it
again.
•• The application is subject to change for
appliance improvement purposes without
notice to users.
•• Functions may vary by model.
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Open Source Software Notice
Information
To obtain the source code under GPL, LGPL,
MPL, and other open source licenses, that is
contained in this product, please visit http://
opensource.lge.com.
In addition to the source code, all referred
license terms, warranty disclaimers and
copyright notices are available for download.
LG Electronics will also provide open
source code to you on CD-ROM for a
charge covering the cost of performing
such distribution (such as the cost of media,
shipping, and handling) upon email request
to opensource@lge.com. This offer is valid
for a period of three years after our last
shipment of this product. This offer is valid to
anyone in receipt of this information.
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Using Smart Diagnosis™
•• For appliances with the
logo.
Smart Diagnosis™ Through the
Customer Information Centre
Use this function if you need an accurate
diagnosis by an LG Electronics customer
information centre when the appliance
malfunctions or fails. Use this function only to
contact the service representative, not during
normal operation.
Smart Diagnosis™ can not be activated
unless the appliance is connected to power.
1
Open the LG SmartThinQ application
on the smart phone.
2
Press Smart Diagnosis button.
3
Follow the instructions on the smart
phone.
4
Press and hold the Indicator button
for 5 seconds or more to execute the
Smart Diagnosis function.
5
Place the phone near the appliance.
•• The microphone on your phone
should face the Smart Diagnosis
( ) logo on the back. Do not
remove the phone from the appliance
while data is being transmitted.
•• You need to keep the phone near
the appliance while the data is being
transmitted for Smart Diagnosis.
•• The data transfer sound may be
harsh to the ear while the smart
diagnosis data is being transmitted
but do not take the phone off the
appliance for accurate diagnosis until
the data transfer sound has stopped.
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NOTE
•• The Smart Diagnosis™ function depends
on the local call quality.
•• The communication performance will
improve and you can receive better service
if you use the home phone.
•• The diagnosis data transmission may not
be smooth due to poor communication
quality, in that case, the smart diagnosis
service may not be provided properly.
After the data transfer is complete, the
service agent will explain the result of
the Smart Diagnosis™.
•• After the service agent explains
the diagnosis result, take the
recommended measures.
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MAINTENANCE
WARNING
•• You must stop operating the appliance and
unplug it before you clean and replace the
filter.
•• Do not spray water directly on the
appliance.
Scheduled Maintenance
Component
Cleaning
Frequency
Replacement
Frequency
Only ultra-fine
filter
Filter
If contaminated,
clean the ultrafine filter with a
vacuum cleaner
or soft brush.
The whole filter
2 months
-
1 year
•• If there are no changes to the particles
concentration on the status display panel,
clean the sensor regardless of the cleaning
frequency (2 months) of the PM1.0 sensor.
Alerts on the Status display
panel
When you see an alert message on the
status display panel, do the following:
Alert
Measures
Replace the filter.
PM1.0 sensor
NOTE
•• The operating environment and operation
hours may affect the cleaning frequency.
We recommend that you should clean it
more often in a dusty environment.
•• If you do not clean the product according
to the cleaning frequency, you may
experience a bad odour and poor
performance.
•• A filter is a consumable item. Therefore
you must buy a new one for replacement
when it has reached the end of its lifespan
even during the warranty period. Contact
the LG Electronics Service Centre or
Consumables shop on the LG Electronics
site (www.lg.com).
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•• You may also request cleaning or
replacement of the filter to the Service
Centre. You will be charged a certain
fee for filter cleaning and replacement
services.
NOTE
Filter replacement alerts appear based on
the maximum usage time, taking into account
the operating hours of the product.
The replacement frequency is determined by
the operating hours and environment.
CAUTION
•• Do not disassemble the clean booster
arbitrarily.
Cleaning the Exterior
1
Remove dust from the air inlet and
outlet using a vacuum cleaner.
2
Wipe the exterior with soft cloth.
•• Do not unscrew the 2 screws fixing the
clean booster grille on the back while the
product is running.
•• If the clean booster cover comes apart,
secure it by aligning the 4 hooks with the
slots before you use the product.
NOTE
If you find it difficult to clean the front and
rear covers, separate them first and wash
with water. Then, dry them completely under
the shade.
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Cleaning the Filter
1
Separate the cover from the appliance.
2
Remove dust from the ultra-fine filter
with a vacuum cleaner or soft brush.
Replacing the Filter
1
Remove the cover and replace the
filter.
•• To avoid polluting the surroundings
when replacing the filter, place a
newspaper on the floor before you
remove the filter.
2
Once you have replaced the filter,
disable the filter replacement alert.
Disabling a Filter Replacement
Alert
Press and hold the Speed and Indicator
buttons simultaneously for 3 seconds or
more.
(Filter Replacement Alert) is
•• The
disabled and the replacement alarm is
reset.
NOTE
The filter replacement alert is disabled
automatically if 24 hours have passed
since it was displayed or if the product is
disconnected from the power source.
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Cleaning the Particles
Sensor
4
Close the sensor cover.
PM1.0 sensor detects the fine particles as
well as coarse particles. Therefore, you need
to clean its lens regularly.
1
Remove the rear cover from the
appliance.
2
Open the sensor cover.
NOTE
Do not wipe the sensor with material other
than water. It may cause a appliance failure.
3
Clean the lens with the cotton swab
soaked with water and clean it again
with a dry cotton swab.
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Storage
If the appliance is not used for a long period
of time, store it at a shaded and dry place.
1
Operate the product in Normal mode
for one hour or more on a fine day.
•• This removes the moisture and
prevents molds from building up
inside the product.
2
Turn off the power and unplug it from
the electrical outlet.
•• Wind the power cord around the
bottom of the appliance.
3
Package the appliance to prevent the
dust or foreign substance from entering
the appliance. Store the packaged
appliance at a shaded place.
CAUTION
Do not store the appliance at a humid place
or at a place exposed to the direct sunlight.
Otherwise the appliance may be deformed,
malfunction or generate odour.
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TROUBLESHOOTING
If a failure occurs in the appliance, check the following before contacting the Service Centre.
Symptoms
The appliance does
not operate.
Fan is noisy even on
the lowest speed.
The indoor air is not
purified well enough.
There is a odour,
but the Light of air
quality does not
change.
Cause
Solution
Is the power plug
unplugged from the
outlet?
•• Plug it into the outlet properly.
Did dust accumulate in
the ultra fine filter?
•• Clean the ultra fine filter
properly.
Did dust accumulate in
the Allergen Collection
Care Filter?
•• Replace the whole filter.
Is the indoor
contamination severe?
•• Ventilate the indoor air before
you use the product.
Did dust accumulate in
the ultra fine filter?
•• Clean the ultra fine filter
properly.
Did dust accumulate in
the Allergen Collection
Care Filter?
•• Replace the filter.
Are you using it in a place
that is too spacious or too
open?
•• Use a product that fits the size
of the room.
•• Avoid a well-ventilated place
such as a gate, window, etc.
Is there any obstacle
nearby?
•• Remove the obstacle.
Is the appliance installed
at a corner?
•• Move the appliance and install
it again.
Is the Light of air quality
turned on red or orange?
•• The color of overall air quality
is determined based on
whichever is worse between
the particles concentration and
odour (gas) concentration.
Check if the particles
concentration is worse than
before.
•• The Odour(gas) sensor is
designed to detect harmful
gases. Strong food odours
may not register as harmful,
but the Deodorizing Care
Filter will minimize them.
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Symptoms
The Light of air
quality continues to
stay red.
The buttons on the
control panel do not
work.
The concentration
of the particles does
not change.
The concentration of
particles continues
to remain high.
Cause
Doesn’t the color change
even if it is moved to a
clean room?
•• If the amount of the odour is
more than the capacity of the
product, the display may not
change.
•• Clean the sensor area.
•• Remove the power plug from
the outlet and reconnect it one
minute later.
Did you use a spray near
the product?
•• Do not use a spray near the
product.
Is the (Lock) turned
on on the status display
panel?
•• Press and hold the Sleep
Timer button for 3 sec. or
longer to disable the lock
function.
Is there a foreign
substance on the sensor?
•• Clean the PM1.0 sensor.
Is the product used in a
closed space?
•• In a closed space, the
cleanliness level may continue
to stay the same without
change.
Does the air continue to
flow in from the outside
to the location where the
product is installed?
•• In an environment where
outside air is supplied
continuously, the
concentration may continue to
remain high.
The overall air quality
color does not
match the particles
concentration value.
Does the color of the
overall air quality match
the color that indicates
the odour concentration?
The appliance makes
a sudden loud noise
while operating.
Is the operation mode set
to Smart mode or Speed
is set to Auto mode?
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Solution
•• The overall air quality
is displayed by
evaluating the odour and
particles concentration
comprehensively.
•• Even if the particles
concentration is low, if the
odour is strong, the overall air
quality color may not match
the particles concentration
value.
•• It may make a sudden noise
as it automatically adjusts the
air flow depending on indoor
air quality.
Symptoms
A strange odour
comes out from the
air outlet as well as
the filter.
Cause
Did you purchase the
appliance lately?
•• The odour of activated
charcoal is not harmful. This is
similar to the odour you may
experience in a brand new
car. We assure it will go way
1-2 weeks after its first use.
Is the product used at a
place with a lot of smoke
or odour?
•• In a place with a lot of smoke
or odour, the air cleaning
function may deteriorate.
Ventilate the room first and
then use the product.
Does the filter have a bad
odour?
•• Replace the filter. The filter
replacement frequency may
differ depending on the usage
environment.
Is the product installed in
an environment where a
lot of odour occurs?
The clean booster is
not working.
A noise is generated
when I start or stop
the clean booster.
The Light of air
quality is not
illuminated.
Solution
Is the operation mode
set to the Clean Booster
mode?
•• If you use the product for a
long period of time while you
cook or broil fish/meat, the
filter lifespan may be rapidly
decreased.
•• If possible, open the window
for ventilation while cooking,
and use the product to
minimize the odour left after
the ventilation.
•• The booster fan speed and
booster fan rotation functions
work only in the Clean Booster
mode.
-
•• It means that the clean
booster is trying to look for the
correct location.
-
•• Check if the light of air quality
is turned off.
Is the Sleep Timer set?
•• The light of air quality is
turned off when the sleep
timer function is activated.
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Symptoms
I can't connect to the
appliance in the LG
SmartThinQ app.
I can't register the
appliance in the LG
SmartThinQ app.
The particles
concentration levels
are different between
the appliance and the
LG SmartThinQ app.
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Cause
Is the power plug
unplugged from the
outlet?
Is the wireless router
connected with the
appliance not working?
Solution
•• Plug in the power cord of the
appliance.
•• Power off the wireless router
and on again.
•• Check if there is an Internet
connection problem with the
router.
Is the appliance too far
away from the wireless
router?
•• Move the wireless router near
the appliance.
Is your wireless router
working properly?
•• Some carriers provide routers
that are available to their
members only. If you have an
outdated model, contact your
carrier to have it replaced with
a newer one.
Are you looking at the
same particles?
•• Make sure that the levels
of the PM1.0/PM2.5/PM10
are displayed consistently
between the LG SmartThinQ
app and your appliance.
•• The difference in the values
could be caused by the
difference in update time
between the LG SmartThinQ
app and the appliance.
APPLIANCE SPECIFICATIONS
Height
Depth
Width
The external appearance and dimensions of the appliance are subject to change without prior
notice.
Model
AS65GD Series
Power
220–240 V~ 50 / 60 Hz
Exterior dimensions
(Width X Height X Depth)
When the clean booster is not running:
360 mm x 587 mm x 360 mm
When the clean booster is running:
360 mm x 824 mm x 360 mm
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