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Model LP1013WNR

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Store SKU #379969

10,000 BTU Portable Air Conditioner and Dehumidifier Function with Remote Control in White (72 Pints/Day)

$319.00 /each
  • Cools rooms up to 300 sq. ft.
  • 2 fan speeds for preferred airflow
  • Includes a remote and timer for convenience

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Enjoy portable cooling with the LG Electronics 10,000 BTU Portable Air Conditioner. The 10,000 BTUs of cooling power keep a room up to 300 sq. ft. cool and comfortable and the 2-speed cooling and fan and 2-way air direction help spread the air evenly throughout the room. Digital controls offer precise temperature adjustments, and the remote control lets you control the air conditioner from across the room. Unit must stay upright for 24 hours before use. Unit must be vented to the outside (use included window installation kit and follow detailed installation instructions in the Owner's Manual. Do not use extension cords.

  • Estimated Cooling Area (300 sq. ft. /15 ft. x 20 ft. room)
  • 10,000 BTU cooling ensures your comfort
  • This portable unit comes with one (1) hose installation kit; get comfortable with the greatest of ease with casters to allow easy movement to the room that needs cooling so you can comfortably enjoy your room
  • 2-speed cooling and fan lets you select the right setting to suit your needs while affording a range of adjustment to deliver comfort
  • 2-way Air Deflection: Air can be directed up or down as needed.
  • Digital LED Electronic Touch Controls: Control the temperature of your room with just a push of a button
  • 24 hour On/Off Timer lets you create a cooling schedule without wasting electricity; an energy efficient programmable timer that can turn on your air conditioner before you arrive home or turn off after you leave
  • Remote control that is stylish and easy to use which allows you to cool down from across the room
  • Washable and Reusable air filter saves money on replacements
  • Automatically restarts after a power failure; there are storms, high winds and extreme heat that can lead to power outages; keep yourself covered with AutoRestart, which automatically turns the unit back on when power is restored
  • Removes up to 3 pints of moisture from the air in a hour to control humidity
  • Product (WxHxD) 12-1/33 in. x 31-7/25 in. x 11-64/79 in.
  • Voltage / 60 Hz: 115
  • Unit must stay upright for 24 hours before use and must be vented to the outside (use included window installation kit) and do not use extension cords
  • Unit must be vented to the outside (use included window installation kit and follow detailed installation instructions in the Owner's Manual)
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How offten do I need to drain the water from the bottom plug?

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brian l
June 27, 2013
Will the middle or lower drain plug leak water?
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I live in Dallas, Texas. I purchased this unit at Home Depot last night, hooked it up and the room started off at 93 degrees. By 6:00am this morning, it was 80 degrees, but felt very comfortable in the room. By 11:00am, it shut down due to needing to be drained. That means, I'll have to drain it morning and night? I think I'll just hook up a hose for now and run it to the shower till I can do something Read More
I live in Dallas, Texas. I purchased this unit at Home Depot last night, hooked it up and the room started off at 93 degrees. By 6:00am this morning, it was 80 degrees, but felt very comfortable in the room. By 11:00am, it shut down due to needing to be drained. That means, I'll have to drain it morning and night? I think I'll just hook up a hose for now and run it to the shower till I can do something else. I can't be on a time frame of messing with this thing! Also, I called the support number and of coarse I get a third world country operator that can barely speak understandable English. She tell me that the 10,000 sq ft unit is too big for my 300 sq ft room??? The box says it cools 300 sq ft. She tells me that it is a misconception that many do not understand??? What? Then she tells me to take it back and get a smaller unit! I asked her if I opened up my bathroom doors to give me the 400-450 sq ft, would that help it to cool? She tells YES! I think I will just return it! Read Less
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June 22, 2015
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I have only used mine for a week and have had to not only drain it daily, but sometimes two and three times a day. Yesterday it was humid and rainy. I used it on cool around 8pm. At 10:30, I had to drain it. Then unbelievably, again at 2:30 a.m!!! It shut off and wouldn't start until I did. This morning I had to drain it again and when I got home from work at 4pm, it was again off needing to be drained. Read More
I have only used mine for a week and have had to not only drain it daily, but sometimes two and three times a day. Yesterday it was humid and rainy. I used it on cool around 8pm. At 10:30, I had to drain it. Then unbelievably, again at 2:30 a.m!!! It shut off and wouldn't start until I did. This morning I had to drain it again and when I got home from work at 4pm, it was again off needing to be drained. I am very disappointed in this unit. It is difficult to drain as unless you have the right size pan to put under the spout, the water goes everywhere. It doesn't show the correct temperature even though I've reset it several times to 68 (it still shows 73-75). Piece of junk in my opinion and don't waste your money. Read Less
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June 15, 2015
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where is the filters that I need to change and my unit says it needs water where do I put the water>
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May 12, 2015
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if you live in a area that gets humid , be prepared to empty everyday:(
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Long Island, New York, USA
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July 6, 2013
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AS per the owners manual, this unit has a self evaporative function. This means the water is recirculated and then exhausted out the window hose.
If the unit does accumulate water in high humidity environments, you can drain the water simply from a plug in the back of the unit. If this manual drainage is needed, the unit will shut off and flash an indicator on the digital display.
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July 4, 2013
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I have been using one of these units for a week. The unit is 'self-evaporating' while being used as an AC. The plugs DO NOT LEAK - and if by chance you are in such a humid environment that the unit gets more water than it can evap - the unit shuts itself off. That said, how often it will reach shut-off due to need to drain, isn't predictable unless you are able to give specifics as to the humidity in the Read More
I have been using one of these units for a week. The unit is 'self-evaporating' while being used as an AC. The plugs DO NOT LEAK - and if by chance you are in such a humid environment that the unit gets more water than it can evap - the unit shuts itself off. That said, how often it will reach shut-off due to need to drain, isn't predictable unless you are able to give specifics as to the humidity in the environment.
IF you are looking ONLY for dehumidifier function - this will not be the way to go. Buy an actual dehumidifier. A good dehumidifier will gather about a gallon of water every 1-3 hours, based on environment, and settings on the unit - etc. I have a dehumidifier as well. On dry days...it will run all day without filling the reservoir. On wet days....it gets there in about 5 hours.
Hope that helps. Read Less
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Columbus, OH, USA
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June 30, 2013
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I have used this for a week and no water is leaking. It has an indicator light that tells you when it is full "FL" and also explains how to drain it. .
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Winter Haven, FL, USA
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June 28, 2013
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I have not drained any water from the bottom plug yet and no, it doesn't leak water. I would expect that because the unit holds 72 pints of water before it needs draining, that unless you are using your dehumidifier on a regular basis, you might be able to go for quite some time before needing to drain the unit.
I have only had my unit for 15 days.
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Minnesota
June 28, 2013
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If you live in a moderately humid summer climate like Minnesota, you will more than likely need to empty it at least daily. Since LG didn't have a way to connect a hose to the coarse thread nipple in the bottom of the unit, I returned it and bought another brand. I will say that the LG unit did a good job cooling.
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Hi Brian, You should not have to drain it unless the room your put it in has a very high moisture rate. I have never had to drain mine and the humidity was pretty high when installed. The self evaporative feature seems to work very well. I would think that for most users if you did need drain it at all it would only be for the first few days or week until the humidity got reduced. My unit has also never Read More
Hi Brian, You should not have to drain it unless the room your put it in has a very high moisture rate. I have never had to drain mine and the humidity was pretty high when installed. The self evaporative feature seems to work very well. I would think that for most users if you did need drain it at all it would only be for the first few days or week until the humidity got reduced. My unit has also never leaked. Read Less
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Does it have to be vented through a window?

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May 29, 2013
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I vent mine down the cellar stairs.
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July 28, 2013
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It has to be vented to the outside in some fashion. If not through a window, then by some other means. A hole in the wall would work just fine. But to function, it HAS to vent outside. Or, worst case scenario, into your attic, but I would not recommend that.
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It may be vented to attic, or out through floor - or whatever - but it MUST be vented. If it is not, then you are just sending the hot air removed from the environment, and negating the cooling effect of the unit. I have an upstairs apt, with access on floor level to the attic, so will be custom building a door that allows to vent into attic space, so I can keep my window area clear.
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YES, if you dont vent through a window or door all the hot air will blow back in room, then room wont cool off...I know because I initally didnt vent through sliding patio door and it went from 83 degrees in my room up to 97 degrees within 5 minutes...u must vent and use window kit....I used kit on sliding patio door...had to add cardboard because there wasnt enough kit panels for door but plenty enough Read More
YES, if you dont vent through a window or door all the hot air will blow back in room, then room wont cool off...I know because I initally didnt vent through sliding patio door and it went from 83 degrees in my room up to 97 degrees within 5 minutes...u must vent and use window kit....I used kit on sliding patio door...had to add cardboard because there wasnt enough kit panels for door but plenty enough for a window Read Less
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Yes, it needs to be vented through the window otherwise you will just get hot air in the room that you are trying to keep cool.
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Yes. Be sure to read all the instructions. They have many diagrams with clear instructions for several different types of windows. Easy!
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Fuquay-Varina, NC, USA
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June 13, 2013
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Well the exchange coils push out some monster heat, so you got to get the heat out some way.
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June 2, 2013
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Yes it does have to be vented through a window. A five foot long exhaust hose attaches to rear of air conditioner on one end. The other end of the exhaust hose attaches to a plastic panel that fits in your window, exactly the same way as a window fan sits in the window. Attached photos are of a different model, but the connections are identical for both units.
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June 1, 2013
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The unit must be vented to provide an exit for the warm air/moisture. You can be creative in your choice of venting, however. I've seen the diffuser attached to dryer vents, attached to a screen door and in one case, they sent it into the crawlspace through a existing floor vent that was no longer in use. Just be sure that the moist air has an exit and does not create moisture issues in the vent Read More
The unit must be vented to provide an exit for the warm air/moisture. You can be creative in your choice of venting, however. I've seen the diffuser attached to dryer vents, attached to a screen door and in one case, they sent it into the crawlspace through a existing floor vent that was no longer in use. Just be sure that the moist air has an exit and does not create moisture issues in the vent location. Read Less
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YES. OR at least it has to be vented to the outside. ALL A/C UNITS work by taking moisture and hot air out of a room replacing that hot air with cool/cold air. If you do not vent it you would just return the hot moist air into the room and it would never cool down, just waste your money. If your unit removes a lot of moisture and turns off often then you might check to see if there is a floor drain (some Read More
YES. OR at least it has to be vented to the outside. ALL A/C UNITS work by taking moisture and hot air out of a room replacing that hot air with cool/cold air. If you do not vent it you would just return the hot moist air into the room and it would never cool down, just waste your money. If your unit removes a lot of moisture and turns off often then you might check to see if there is a floor drain (some rooms and all basements have them) and use a hose to drain the holding tank directly into the drain via the screw-on cap. If that is not an option for you then you might consider creating a larger holding tank for the excess by something like a small container or pail, etc.. The idea being you could empty this as needed. Just remember if you go on vacation to make sure the A/C unit is OFF. I hope this helps. Read Less
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does it have a 110 plug? I can only purchase a unit for a 110 outlet

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San Diego
July 3, 2013
I need a a/c unit that I can plug into the wall and a capacity of at least 10,000 btu"s, Do they make a/c units that large that is compatible with a 110 outlet?
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Yes.
Generally, the floor-rolling portable A/C units, such as from LG, are designed to run on 110V/120V outlets, and can support up to 12,000 BTU cooling on a dedicated (unshared) 110V/120V outlet.
A 120V dedicated outlet can support up to a 12,000 BTU portable A/C unit.
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Yes.
Generally, the floor-rolling portable A/C units, such as from LG, are designed to run on 110V/120V outlets, and can support up to 12,000 BTU cooling on a dedicated (unshared) 110V/120V outlet.
A 120V dedicated outlet can support up to a 12,000 BTU portable A/C unit.
Remember to insure that you have an exhaust hose option, such as a window, or a dryer type exhaust hot air outlet available, to "hose out" the hot air exhaust from the unit. Read Less
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July 28, 2013
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A/C units up to 12,000 BTU run off of a 110. The only units that would not are the ones with heating and cooling.
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July 14, 2013
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Yes. It uses a standard three prong 120V outlet. However the A/C unit is the ONLY item that can use the outlet. The A/C plug is designed to cover the second set of plugs so it cannot be accessed.
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Yes, this unit is 110.
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Broussard, LA, USA
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July 4, 2013
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Yes - this unit is regular 110 grounded outlet. Manual suggests that you do NOT use extension cords. :)
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the plug is a standard 3 prong...same as computer plug (3 prongs)
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Yes, I have a 10,000 btu portable unit.
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If you are in U.S., 110 is the default option. So yes, it has a 110 plug as default.
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will the vent kit work with casement windows

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Casement windows (that open like small doors) are tricky.
The exhaust frame part of the A/C kit is designed for slide-open windows, where the exhaust frame fits into the open slot, and where the window is then closed down onto the exhaust frame for its "fit."
Options are limited and messy, with no easy solution, because you need a hot air exhaust tube:
1. You can insert the exhaust frame into the
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Casement windows (that open like small doors) are tricky.
The exhaust frame part of the A/C kit is designed for slide-open windows, where the exhaust frame fits into the open slot, and where the window is then closed down onto the exhaust frame for its "fit."
Options are limited and messy, with no easy solution, because you need a hot air exhaust tube:
1. You can insert the exhaust frame into the gap of the opened window, but would need a special frame and/or securing brackets to hold it all in place. It would have to seal tight and hold tight in order to work.
2. You can remove and make one special window that accepts the exhaust hose. This would probably require a glazer to make a window exhaust panel the same size as one of the windows and install it.
3. If you have a ceiling hot air exhaust (as for a dryer), you can vent the hot air through this, but this would probably not be near where you want cooling.
4. You can have a through-the-wall exhaust made to the outside, and this would require a contractor or a good carpenter.
These are options, all requiring work. ANY room that has casement windows is a difficult match for a room air conditioner. Read Less
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Yes it does install into casement windows. Download the manual and follow the instructions in the casement section. http://www.lg.com/us/support-product/lg-LP1013WNR#
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July 28, 2013
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While it should, you'll have to turn the kit sideways to make it work. You may also have to add some additional material to seal it up tight. You can cut a piece of plywood around it, and then use duct tape to join them together.
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July 21, 2013
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No, the vent kit is designed for a hung window (or double-hung), not a casement window.I doubt any of these portable units come with parts for a casement window. You'll be left to jury rig a solution, perhaps from a sheet of plexiglass. You would open your casement window then could either augment the enclosed parts, using the plexiglass to simulate the "hung window", or cut the plexigass to the opening Read More
No, the vent kit is designed for a hung window (or double-hung), not a casement window.I doubt any of these portable units come with parts for a casement window. You'll be left to jury rig a solution, perhaps from a sheet of plexiglass. You would open your casement window then could either augment the enclosed parts, using the plexiglass to simulate the "hung window", or cut the plexigass to the opening size, and then cut out an oval shape to clip in the exhaust hose. Read Less
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Yes, the instruction manual has instructions for installing the vent in casement windows.
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yes, I used kit on sliding patio door...filled in gap with cardboard and pulled door up to kit/cardboard then using package tape to seal
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On page 18 of the instruction manual it has "Installation In Casement Style Windows".
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Works well...
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Rated 3.4 out of 5 by 302 reviewers.
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Big Mistake I live in an older building on the 3rd floor in Minnesota that does not have A/C. I bought this unit since the lip on the window is uneven and could potentially cause a window unit to fall out. It has currently been running for 13 hours and it has only cooled the apartment down from 93 degrees to 85/84 and cannot go any lower. The current temperature outside is a cooler 78 degrees than what the unit can get in the apartment at 84 degrees. The dimensions of the room are 14 feet by 12 feet (168 square feet) with a 10 foot ceiling. I am very disappointed that this unit cannot cool a room half the size it is advertised to be able to handle. July 23, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Smart purchase This was a good purchase for me. I have a cape style home so the upstairs gets very hot in the summer. Rather than purchase two window air conditioners, one for each bedroom, I opted for this portable unit which allows me to cool down one room and then simply push it across the hall to the other one and I don't have the chore of putting it in and out every season. The only issue is that the drain in the back is so low to the base that it has to be pushed to the edge of the stairs so that I can place a container on the step below to drain it. Otherwise, it would receive 5 stars. August 10, 2016
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by RIP: 6/12/16 We have two portable room air conditioners going in our condo at any given time. Have always used LG products. This one, however, didn't quite measure up to your usual quality. Just replaced it w/a 12,000 BTU. Hopefully, it won't have to work quite as hard. I should add that we added another one identical to this one in December, 2015. It's doing well and we are pleased with the performance. [This review was collected as part of a promotion.] June 15, 2016
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by Took 24 hours to cool It was very easy to set up, and we are excited to see it work as our AC had gone out that day. Five hours later it had cooled 2° and there was a lot of heat coming out of the back of the machine back into the room. I took duck taped and wrapped it around the tubing that connected to the machine and the window. It then started to cool but took 12 hours to get from 85 to 75 degrees. August 23, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Not worth it Requires a window and has to be drained every other day during humid periods. Heavy. Takes up floor space. Expensive. Doesn't cool very well. Not ideal for carrying up/downstairs to different rooms. I was lifting it into the tub to drain. I returned it and went for a window unit, which cools much better and doesn't have all the fuss. August 16, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by not good, ended up returning My neighbor had a 10,000 btu air conditioner window unit in his cabin that is about the same size as mine. Decided I didn't want to cut a hole and went with one of these. Seemed to put out far less cold air, was very noisy and ended up returning it. I could live with the noise if it would have cooled the place down but it hardly seemed to make a dent. Another thing I'm guessing it not a problem unique to this unit is that the heat exhaust hose is uninsulated and very cheap, guessing at least 20% of the heat energy removed by the unit is going back in to the dwelling due to the thin uninsulated design of the hose. If I had kept the unit I'm guessing this would not have lasted more than 1 season, also the window adapter seemed to be just the wrong size for every window in the place and didn't seal very well, I could see around the window to hose fitting also which I had to duct tape over to try and seal it. I wish I would have read the reviews first, it was a purchased I rushed into and unfortunately did not work out. On the plus side it seemed well bit and is nice looking as far as ac's go but did not get the job done. Would not recommend it though August 17, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Great Very pleased with this item. It has been a real benefit in the past few weeks of terrible heat. August 16, 2016
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by Doesnt cool well My ac went out so I bought this unit to use until it is fixed. I have it running in a bedroom approximately 280sqft and vented out the window. The door to the bedroom is closed and I put a towel to help prevent warm air from rest of house coming in from crack under door. When I turned the unit on, it stated 94 degrees, which cant be true, my thermostat says 85. After running in cool mode for 3 hours the temp dropped from 94 on the unit to 87. It feels like cold air coming out, but doesnt cool down the room to anything comfortable. It has been running 20 hours now and still sitting around 86-87. Save your money and get a window unit. June 23, 2016
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