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  1. #1
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    Ductless blowing cold air out only on left side not right

    Hi

    I have an LG ductless and I recognized that the air coming out is only coming out on the left side and not the right. I took filters out and cleaned them. I still have the same issue. Also the water is draining out fine. I am thinking about take the whole cover off and cleaning the inside, but not sure if this would help. Anyone know what may be causing this problem? Can it be the condenser outside? maybe needs a cleaning or something more. The air coming out is cold and fine.

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    Leave the Mini Splits to the professionals. Probably needs a cleaning but could also be several other things.

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    ok thanks for reply

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    HI I didn't call a professional yet as where I live is getting colder, but I realize something else. When I put the heat on ductless. The air is blowing out both sides with no issues. The reason why I came back to ask is because maybe this can ring a bell on probably what's wrong when I have the cooling on it only comes out om left side. Again I will call someone, but I want to be a little smarter about what it can be when the tech guy comes.

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    Might be low on charge.
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    Or a setting on the controller may be favoring one side. Mitsubishi can angle vanes to the side but I’ve never heard of only half the unit cooling. I haven’t worked on LG in a long time.
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