https://www.lg.com/us/support/find-service-center Hope this helps!!! Good luck!!!
This is a washer/dryer combo machine. Yes, it does both wash and dry.
I had to get mine delivered, there was no in store pick up in my area.
It runs on standard house current. I have mine in the kitchen plugged into the wall outlet. As long as you have hot and cold hookups and waste pipe you should be okay. I would suggest you put vibration pads under the feet though - it vibrates more than a dishwasher when it goes into spin cycle.
You should ask LG for this data.
Contact LG for a manual
Located in the back toward the top
Yes, it will wash a queen comforter with no problem. When you dry it, you will have to take it out a time or two and reposition it so it will dry more evenly. Hope this helps
There is no need to "vent" this machine since the moisture goes out the waste pipe. Combo machines work completely differently than conventional machines.
Under 'Long-Term Storage' in the 'Care in Cold Climate' on page 29 of the owner's manual for the LG 2.3 cu.ft. Compact All-In-One Washer/Dryer, Model # WM3488HW, there are explicit instructions for storing the washer for an extended period where it might be exposed to freezing temperatures that include adding 1 gallon (3.8 L) of nontoxic recreational vehicle (RV) antifreeze to the empty washer tub. (DO NOT use automotive anti-freeze). The Forced Drain System for the washer refers to the pump which is actually two separate pumps in one: The bottom half of the pump is hooked up to the drain line, while the top half recirculates the wash water. The motor that drives the pump can reverse direction. It spins one way when the washer is running a wash cycle and recirculating the water, and it spins the other way when the washer is doing a spin cycle and draining the water. The "little access door on the lower right corner" of the unit is the access door for the drain pump filter as noted...^IFV