How to Care for a LG Air Conditioner?

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Caring for LG air conditioners is imperative to its' operation. To care for an LG air conditioner, dampen a cloth in a mild soapy solution and wipe the front and inlet grilles. Make sure that you have disconnected the appliance first. Remove the air filter from its' housing and run it under the tap to clean, roughly dry it before putting it back in. Use a garden sprayer to rinse clean the condenser coils at the back of the appliance.
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