Is your LG refrigerator not cooling correctly? Perhaps the icemaker isn’t working properly. You might need to replace the air filter. Regular replacement of the air filter is necessary to maintain a refrigerator’s efficiency.
This blog will explain how to change your LG refrigerator’s air filter. These steps will ensure that your fridge is back in working order within no time.
What is the location of the LG refrigerator’s air filter?
It is usually located on the left-hand side of your fridge and measures approximately three inches in width.
How can I tell if my LG refrigerator requires a new filter?
You might need to replace the air filter if your ice cubes don’t freeze properly or there is an unpleasant odor coming out of your fridge.
How often do I need to change my air filter?
An average person should change their refrigerator’s filter once every six months. However, some people wait longer if they don’t use their fridge as often or at all. You should replace your refrigerator’s air filter if you notice that your ice cubes don’t freeze properly or that there is an unpleasant odor coming from the fridge.
How can you get rid of an LG refrigerator’s air filter?
Use a flat-head screwdriver to remove the LG parts refrigerator’s air filter. Turn it counterclockwise until it is free from its slot. After you have done that, use your hands or pliers to place the new filter. Make sure there is no gap between the housing and the filter.
How to change the LG refrigerator’s air filter
First, remove the old filter from your fridge. Pull outwards until there is a click sound or snap sound. To help with resistance, spray some WD-40 lubricant around the area where the screw is to loosen it.
After removing the old filter, insert the new one. Screw it into place until it makes a clicking or snap sound.
Check your LG refrigerator for proper cooling by placing some food in it and then checking again after a few hours. You’re done! Congratulations on changing your air filter.
You can consult the LG user manual if you need help replacing the air filter in your LG refrigerator.