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LT0810C LG Air Conditioner - Overview

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$27.49

Fan,Turbo

$41.14

CAPACITOR,ELECTRIC APPLI

If your air conditioner is not blowing cold air, the problem may be in the capacitor. If the capacitor fails, the compressor will not start and the fan will only blow warm air. The compressor and capacitor are located inside the cabinet and to gain access you will need to remove the cover. If the capacitor does not show any visible signs of damage you may require a qualified technician to test it. Make sure that the replacement capacitor has the same specifications as the original. NOTE: Because capacitors carry a charge even when the unit is disconnected from the power, use extra caution when performing this repair.

$21.90

Fan Assembly,Axial

The fan assembly or condenser fan blade fits on the motor shaft and circulates air over the condenser. This cools the refrigerant before it enters the evaporator. If the fan assemb...

$3.66

Knob Assembly

$17.86

Frame

$68.86

Grille Assembly,Front

$14.94

Louver,Horizontal

$14.94

Bracket,Motor

$11.85

Filter,Air

$4.27

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.