How to Remove Water in an LG Air Conditioner

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LG air conditioners are designed to cool individual spaces or rooms and offer an electronic control panel, three cooling speeds, three fan speeds, an automatic on/off timer, washable filter and a remote control for easier access. The air conditioners are sold online or in select home repair or heating and cooling supply stores and come with a warranty. Minor problems with the air conditioner, such as water in the unit, can often be resolved by the owner through some troubleshooting.


Step 1

Disconnect the power and turn off the LG air conditioner.

Step 2

Locate the drain cap at the rear, righthand corner of the unit.

Step 3

Place a container under the drain cap, and open it.

Step 4

Allow the water to drain out of the base pan. When no more water drains, close the drain cap.

Step 5

Restore power.


Meredith Jameson

Meredith Jameson writes early childhood parenting and family health articles for various online publications. She holds a Bachelor of Arts in history from San Francisco State University.