Hello, I am having exact same problem as original poster. I read through the forum and from my understand it is the relay that is causing my LG LW8016ER to constantly run when first plugged in without being turned to the on position. Would this be correct? If so, do you know what relay I would need exactly? Thanks for the help!
I'm having that same issue with my lg LW1510ER model. The compressor stays running even if it's strictly on fan mode and when you turn it off it stays on for awhile,then cuts off like it should,but comes back on awhile later the whole time it's off. The fan doesn't engage when it does this,only the compressor.
I was outside spraying the gunk out of the drain hole outside and noticed there seems to be a freon leak somewhere also as I was seeing a reddish/purplish tint running out with the access water. It's kind of odd to me because getting cold isn't the problem, it does that just fine...even when setting the temperature range to automatically regulate or solely just having the fan circulate air....it's blowing COLD air. Only way of completely turn the unit off is disconnecting power source.
What do you think problem is. This past summer and this summer been the only time it's been actually turned on and used since I bought it. I cant actually remember how long I've had it but I know for a fact how much it's actually been used. Help please.....and thank you in advance
I have a LW1015ER. Is my board also discontinued? Is there a part number i could get to try searching else where? I can not seem to find anything by search with the model number. The problem is the compressor not turning off. If the board is NLA, what kind of relay would i need in order to fix it? If thats do able? Thanks
Rick I think he inverted the 1510 to 1015 by accident, so its likely his is the same as LadyBugs LW1510ER.
This thread is 7 years old, and we need to close this thread because we are getting to many different model numbers in here. So Robs can finish then I will close it, For others that find this thread per Google you can reference it in a NEW THREAD.
Can anyone by chance tell me where these cards are located in the AC? I will pull it apart and see if there is a part number on them or compare it to the other parts already listed. if all else fails i will attempt at replacing the relays if possible.