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GL6000ER LG Air Conditioner - Overview

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$5.72

Thermistor,NTC

This part is a thermistor assembly and it works in conjunction with your room air conditioner. The thermistor is a sensor that attaches to the control board of your air conditioner...

$5.12

Clamp,Spring

This spring clamp is designed for your room air conditioner. This clamp holds the fan blade on the motor shaft so it can rotate during operation. If your fan blade is wobbling on the motor shaft, you may need to replace it. The part is made of metal and is approximately 3/4-inch in diameter. This is an OEM part sourced directly from the manufacturer. This spring clamp is sold individually. Before you begin this repair, make sure your air conditioner is disconnected from the power source. To complete this repair, you will likely need to remove the air conditioning unit from the wall.

$51.50

PCB Assembly,Display

Grille,Discharge

$28.58

Curtain Installation Kit

This is used for window air conditioners.

$4.40

Mechanical Part,Unclassified

$5.12

Louver,Vertical

Louver,Vertical

$55.33

PCB Assembly,Main

Fan Assembly,Cross Flow

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Bad thermistor

  • Customer: Cindy from Baltimore, MD
  • Difficulty: Really Easy
  • Time to Complete: 15 - 30 mins
  • Tools Required: Screw drivers
  • 0 of 0 people found this instruction helpful
Took front cover off air conditioner and pulled it a little forward out of the outdoor housing. I then flipped the LED display section out to the left and exposed the patch panel. The next step was to remove the panel with a small screwdriver and disconnect the old thermistor plug. I then plugged in the new one, remove the old one from the grid bracket and p... read more

Bad thermister, unit would run constantly without cycling.

  • Customer: Gary from Aurora, CO
  • Difficulty: Really Easy
  • Time to Complete: Less than 15 mins
  • Tools Required: Screw drivers
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Remove the front cover. Slide the unit forward a few inches from the case. Remove 1 screw from the top on the control box. Unsnap the old thermister leads going into the circuit board. Snap in the new thermister and place the end in the plastic holder in front of the coils. Install front cover. read more