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LAN121HNM LG Air Conditioner - Overview

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$5.72

Bearing

$170.81

Motor Assembly,AC,Indoor

$89.09

Grille Assembly,Discharge(Indoor)

$16.68

Motor Assembly,DC,Stepping

$11.85

Filter,Air

$45.57

Fan Assembly,Cross Flow

This is a cross flow fan assembly for an air conditioner. This is a genuine replacement part sourced directly from the original manufacturer. A cross flow fan assembly is a key part of your air conditioner. It prevents the internal parts of your appliance from overheating by creating a wide and even flow of air throughout the inside of the air conditioner. If you are noticing your appliance getting too warm or overheating, it is recommended to stop using the appliance before replacing the fan. Continuing to use the appliance could cause internal damage to other parts. It is made entirely of plastic, and is off-white in color. This part is sold individually.

$217.33

Panel Assembly,Front(Indoor)

$68.86

Filter Assembly,Air Cleaner

$15.97

PCB Assembly,Sub

$15.19

PLATE ASSEMBLY,INSTALLAT

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Plastic fan broke when I attempted to clean it

  • Customer: Donna from Austin, TX
  • Difficulty: Difficult
  • Time to Complete: 1- 2 hours
  • Tools Required: Nutdriver, Pliers, Screw drivers, Socket set
  • 0 of 0 people found this instruction helpful
The inside air blower for the LG mini-split collects lint and clogs up. Removing the broken blade requires removing the outer plastic housings, then screws at each end of the blower housing. Some screws at the control end require removing the control units first. There is a set screw that connects the fan to the motor shaft at the control end. There is a mis... read more