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    Disappointed in LG


    Hello.

    I cannot find a datasheet for the LG LX67LAQG refrigerator compressor.

    I am sorry to ask about this again, but the last time you assisted me with this issue, it was the power consumption and started device we needed to determine, but now I need to know the correct operating pressures for the condenser, and evaporator.

    I contacted LG and they said they could not find the datasheet. When I called them by telephone, they had me running around in circles and assumed I was a technician. They expected personal information too.

    Could someone please help me to obtain the datasheet? It is important.

    Thank you for your time.


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    Re: Disappointed in LG

    The correct operating pressures for the condenser or evaporator is not necessarily on the data sheets for the compressor.

    Someone has, no doubt performed calculations on the tubing specifications and temperature requirements of the refrigerator and selected a compressor based on that.

    You do not normally design the condenser and evaporator on the compressor facts.
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    Re: Disappointed in LG

    Quote Originally Posted by Brian_UK View Post
    The correct operating pressures for the condenser or evaporator is not necessarily on the data sheets for the compressor.

    Someone has, no doubt performed calculations on the tubing specifications and temperature requirements of the refrigerator and selected a compressor based on that.

    You do not normally design the condenser and evaporator on the compressor facts.
    I still need the datasheet because I know next to nothing about the compressor.
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    Re: Disappointed in LG

    The compressor model number breaks down as follows....

    LG LX67LAQG

    LX= Series

    67= displacement 6.7cc/rev

    L =134A LBP (low back pressure)

    A = LG Improvement order

    Q = 110-115v @60hz

    G = Motor type ,RSIS PTC

    The wonders of GOOGLE!!!!!!

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    Re: Disappointed in LG

    Quote Originally Posted by stufus View Post
    The compressor model number breaks down as follows....

    LG LX67LAQG

    LX= Series

    67= displacement 6.7cc/rev

    L =134A LBP (low back pressure)

    A = LG Improvement order

    Q = 110-115v @60hz

    G = Motor type ,RSIS PTC

    The wonders of GOOGLE!!!!!!

    Cheers

    Stu
    I saw that already.

    What I need is the efficiency and cooling capacity at different temperatures, and also the pressures it can safely operate at.
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    Re: Disappointed in LG

    found this lurking in me hard drive
    https://rapidshare.com/files/1887547966/_lg_160__1_.pdf;

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    Re: Disappointed in LG

    Or is readily available if you Google LG LX67LAQG Datasheet.......

    Quote Originally Posted by install monkey View Post
    found this lurking in me hard drive
    https://rapidshare.com/files/1887547966/_lg_160__1_.pdf;
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    Re: Disappointed in LG

    i downloaded it and when i selected to save it,i already had it!!

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    Re: Disappointed in LG

    I did not find the information that I asked about above in that PDF. I already saw it long ago.
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    Re: Disappointed in LG

    Quote Originally Posted by Kompulsa View Post
    I did not find the information that I asked about above in that PDF. I already saw it long ago.
    I suggest therefore that you write to LG as their published data seems quite informative for others.
    master-catalog.ru/forum/attachment.php?attachmentid=573&d...

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    I have to stop saying "how stupid can you be?" to my co-workers.
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