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lg mini

anybody ever have lg mini ductless overshoot temp. by alot and running to cold b4 it shuts down. lg said ti try a new thrmistor, and this is a new unit about 10 feet up on the wall. seems crazy also to be sensing temp. in the unit retun air and not down in area like a normal t stat.i have had some other issues with lg and i am thinking of going to figitsu.


  • meplumber
    meplumber Member Posts: 678
    You are not the only one.

    I have had some trouble with LG's over the years. Tech support for them is horrible. I stopped using them all together. I am a huge fan of the Fujitsu units.

    Good Luck.
  • Techman
    Techman Member Posts: 2,144
    LG Ductless

    Is the remote control in line of sight of the indoor blower?
  • MrDucks
    MrDucks Member Posts: 27
    Cooling Mode Or Dehum

  • Jack
    Jack Member Posts: 1,045
    Could be mounted to high

    I think Fujitsu limits their high wall height to 8or 9' for this very reason. With these inverter minis the actual sensing element is on the evaporator. Check that for LG, but I believe this to be the case. Does LG offer a wired remote for these? That may be your only option. Line of sight for the remote is necessary, but the remote is not a stat. It is a communicator
  • I think the height is an issue

    As mentioned, I am in agreement with the theory that the unit is too high on the wall. I have heard from a number of contractors who have mentioned the "overshoot" issue and the one thing they all had in common was the height at which the unit was installed.

    I wil place a call to LG this week and see if I can get some answers for you.

    All the best.
  • MikeyB
    MikeyB Member Posts: 696

    Good morning Professor, any word from LG?
  • MikeyB
    MikeyB Member Posts: 696

    Good morning Professor, any word from LG?
  • I need to follow up

    Thanks for the kick in the butt!
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