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LG Electronics 11,000 BTU Portable Air Conditioner with Dehumidifier Function (74 Pint/Day) and Remote Control
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LG Electronics

11,000 BTU Portable Air Conditioner with Dehumidifier Function (74 Pint/Day) and Remote Control

$368.00 /each

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The LG Electronics 11,000 BTU Portable Air Conditioner with Remote features a dehumidifier that removes up to 3.1 pints of moisture from the air per hour. This white air conditioner features casters that allow for easy movement to the room that needs cooling. This portable air conditioner also includes a remote control for easy temperature adjustment from across the room. The air conditioner also features 2-way air direction that spreads the cool air evenly.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 cord(s).

  • Designed to cool 400 sq. ft. for temperature control in a large room
  • 11,000 BTU cooling for powerful temperature control
  • Casters allow easy movement to the room that needs cooling
  • 3-speed fan adjusts to your cooling needs
  • 2-way air direction spreads the cool air evenly
  • Digital controls allow precise temperature adjustment
  • Timer lets you create a cooling schedule
  • Remote control for easy temperature adjustment from across the room
  • Washable air filter saves money on replacements
  • Overload protection for convenience
  • Removes up to 3.1 pints of moisture from the air per hour
  • White color for a classic look
  • 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 cord(s)
  • 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 cord(s)
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Do I have to put any water in it? if yes, where through?.

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August 20, 2012
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July 4, 2013
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No, it's a self-contained unit, no water needed, altho you may have to empty some once in a blue moon, unless you're using it as a dehumidifier, then I imagine you'd be emptying it more often... =^.^=
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HI Susie You dont have to put any water in. In higher humidity areas you do have to drain a little water which is very easy to do. And it tells you when you have to by shutting off and a little bell ringing/ Easy peasy.
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October 24, 2012
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No, you do not have to add water. If you are just using it as an air conditioner there is no water to drain or empty either. Although if you want to use it ONLY as a dehumidifier you will need to find a way to drain the excess water from a little hole in the bottom.
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August 22, 2012
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No, but you may have to drain the unit periodically. Operation of all cooling units will result in condensation, and the water must go somewhere. This unit seems to exhaust condensation out the window (along with hot air). Draining requirements are either infrequent or not required. Not having to drain the unit is very convenient.
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August 21, 2012
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No water needed. This unit is a portable air conditioner, not an evaporative cooler that would require you to add water. The water capacity they mention is how much water the unit can remove from the air per day when used in dehumidifier mode.
One thing to note: While you don't have to add water to use it, depending on how you use it and the environment in your house you might have to periodically drain Read More
No water needed. This unit is a portable air conditioner, not an evaporative cooler that would require you to add water. The water capacity they mention is how much water the unit can remove from the air per day when used in dehumidifier mode.
One thing to note: While you don't have to add water to use it, depending on how you use it and the environment in your house you might have to periodically drain out water that the unit has removed from the air. Read Less
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is the unit noisy?

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August 28, 2011
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Very noise. don't buy LG. very poor
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August 10, 2011
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if you like the sound of freight train in your bedroom no.
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August 6, 2011
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The unit is quite noisy for sleeping but is satisfactory for daytime use.
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August 6, 2011
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Not significantly.
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July 28, 2011
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It is certainly louder than a box fan or window unit of comparable size, but not so bad that it keeps us awake. The cycling on/off of the compressor might bother some folks, but the trade off for a nice chilly sleeping area is worth it!
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July 28, 2011
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We don't think so. It has a dBA Level (Front) of 55.
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Where on the unit is the water fill? I do not know where to pour the water.

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the unit is a DE-humidifier/AC, it ONLY removes water from the air, it doesn't humidify, so there is no adding water to it! =^.^=
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You do not need to add water. If you use the machine as a dehumidifier, water will come out of the bottom though. It should not leak when only being used as an A/C though.
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August 7, 2012
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NO, you dont fill with water, it takes moisture out of the air, that is why there is a drain hose on it. That is if your talking about the LG 11,000 portable air conditioner.
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June 18, 2012
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Umm, it's an AC unit not a swamp cooler. It removes moisture from the air instead of adding it.
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My apologies for the delay, I was trying to find the answer to your question but as it turns out, the information is not available to me at the moment.
Please to contact LG Customer Service at (800) 243-0000 or visit the support section of our website at www.LG.com/us/support for assistance.
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How do I drain the water from unit? Drain is so low to ground that my husband had to lift heavy unit while i held flat dish to catch water! Plz Help!

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I don't know if there is an accessory or not to collect the water. But the intention is that you connect a hose to the drain... and well drain it into a drain.
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August 18, 2012
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I put it in my bathtub and put a fan at the bathroom door to move all the cold air where I want it.
IT WORKS!!
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WOW, that does seem to be stupid to put the drain hose so close to the floor, but the three differnt brands that I have also have the drain hose at the bottom, so far the light has not come on to empty it, so I guess I am lucky, but to me, with only three pints of water, I would put down a bunch of dirt towels, (I say dirty, why dirty the clean ones and then wash them use the already dirty bath towels,) Read More
WOW, that does seem to be stupid to put the drain hose so close to the floor, but the three differnt brands that I have also have the drain hose at the bottom, so far the light has not come on to empty it, so I guess I am lucky, but to me, with only three pints of water, I would put down a bunch of dirt towels, (I say dirty, why dirty the clean ones and then wash them use the already dirty bath towels,) like you do if your toliet over flows.
I guess I really never thought about it since I have a drain in my landury room, and can just roll it over there to drain it, if I ever have to do that.
But I can see picking that up, WOW, now that is hard on the back, I think I would, take a board with a brick (s) make a make shift ramp and roll it up there and then drain it, if I had to do it that way.
You never said how often you have to do this, but to me making a temporary ramp is way better then picking it up.
If you had stairs roll it to a stair and drain it. Or if you could roll it to a porch and drain it off the porch.
Just a few thoughts but picking it up, no that may really cause a problem over time with the back.
Hope some of this helps,,,call LG and tell them. They just may rethink the design.
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The only real solution is to install a drain hose.
I tried raising the unit and placing a pan under it, but got tired of emptying it every few hours.
I finally installed a drain hose last summer to solve the problem for good.
I've had our unit for about a year now.
BTW:
Someting else you should do is wrap pipe insulation around the exhaust hose.
Otherwise, the 'uninsulated' hose radiates 100deg+ heat
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The only real solution is to install a drain hose.
I tried raising the unit and placing a pan under it, but got tired of emptying it every few hours.
I finally installed a drain hose last summer to solve the problem for good.
I've had our unit for about a year now.
BTW:
Someting else you should do is wrap pipe insulation around the exhaust hose.
Otherwise, the 'uninsulated' hose radiates 100deg+ heat directly back into the room.
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I attached an image for you, but you will find the exact directions on page 20 in the manual.
Here is the link to the manual:
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11,000 BTU Portable Air Conditioner with Dehumidifier Function (74 Pint/Day) and Remote Control is rated 3.5 out of 5 by 220.
Rated 1 out of 5 by from LG air conditioner is not reliable, poor design Not sure if this is the exact model, but it looks like the one I have. Purchased one which didn't last long, so I thought I would give it another chance. It's working BUT you have to drain them often... and IT'S NOT EASY. The ducts/vents come loose and hard to put back in when draining or if you have to move it, finally had to duct tape it to keep it in place. It's a 2 man job to drain, one person has to hold up, than tilt the HEAVY air conditioner while the other person holds a pan to catch the water. If you try to drain this by yourself, there's not much room between the drain and floor so you'll need a shallow pan and it will probably spill onto your floor. Also be careful that it doesn't fall over on you and crush your skull if you drain it by yourself
Date published: 2016-07-12
Rated 1 out of 5 by from The Worst Product I Have Ever Purchased I had this shipped to my home 2 years ago. The first problem was there was no remote. LG supplied a new one, but it took 6 weeks. The conditioner was noisy from the beginning but did a good job. I used it everyday the 1st summer (on during the day, off at night). This summer I have run it probably 1-2 dqys/week,a total of 200 hours. Yesterday it suddenly sounded like an airplane taking off and you could tell something was COMPLETELY shattered inside. Since it was dead to me, I pulled it apart to see what happened. The warm air blower chamber was cracked right through and the fan was missing several rungs. The only time the thing was ever moved was the day I sat it up. Real piece you know what . Going out tomorrow to PAY to DUMP this and get another AND IT WON'T be an LG!
Date published: 2016-07-18
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Quality Item that lasts when you follow yearly maintenance Just as you keep the coils clean in a central air system, you must do the same with this unit. Especially if you live in a dry area like California. It's very easy to do. Simply remove the outer case and you can see the evap and condenser coils. Vaccuum them off at least yearly, being careful not to bend the fins. I don't know if this would void any warranty however. Or you can always pay for an ac guy to come clean your ac. People don't realize that the reason portable and window ac's work great the first year, and then decline in cooling capacity, is when those coils are clogged with dust and dirt, it makes it hard for the unit to work as intended. So this is a great unit. Cheaper than a comparable window unit if you buy a factory refurb. one also.
Date published: 2016-07-06
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Works better and quieter than my window units I bought this because the price was right and my Windows in my attic/bedroom are to small to fit a window unit. After using this for 2 months I like it better than my other units. It is quieter and seems more efficient than my window units. And I can still use the window when I don't want to run the a/c. I will definitely buy another as replacements for my window units. [This review was collected as part of a promotion.]
Date published: 2016-11-10
Rated 1 out of 5 by from DO NOT BUY THIS PRODUCT!!!!!! I was able to use this unit only for 2 years and suddenly stopped cooling. Also the unit is so noisy. I just called LG support, and they want me to pay $180.00 for service which is not worth. The compressor has 5 years warranty, but still they want to pay for the service. I would NEVER BUY a LG product again.
Date published: 2016-08-03
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Works well when used properly. Know the limitations. Important note, in reference to bad reviews: portable units like this CANNOT work as well as a window unit, and should only be used if a window unit isn't possible. A lot of heat is generated by the condenser -- most of it goes out the vent hose, but some remains in the room. On a window unit, all of the heat stays outside. Also, if the room you're using it in has doorways and hallways open to un-air-conditioned parts of the house, it would be difficult for any unit this size to cool the room on a hot day. I use this unit in an upstairs 12x12 bedroom, venting it through the attic trap door in the closet. I wrapped the vent hose with fleece fabric to help keep the heat inside it, and I keep my room door closed. I also have a couple of fans to help circulate the air, and it works well this way. It will cool the room to 70 degrees on a hot day -- I wouldn't expect it to do better than that. I am also able to use it on its lowest fan setting, which keeps the noise level down. (It's about as loud as a bathroom fan. You wouldn't want to sleep beside it, but across the room isn't bad.) This may seem like a lot of extra setup work to make it work, but portable units do have limitations that need to be addressed to get the best results. I have never had a problem with it not working. It always comes on and cools. Overall I'm satisfied, because I knew what the limitations would be.
Date published: 2011-06-07
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Lousy product and lousy warranty follow -up This is, no doubt, one lousy product. Used mine for less than 3 months last summer ( '12) at which time it seemed to be loosing some of its chilling effectiveness. Technician opened unit this week and found the unit had leaked all of the coolant but was not able to obtain correct parts. RETURNED TO ME FOR ME TO DISPOSE OF. Am still waiting in 90+ degree weather for replacement unit.
Date published: 2013-06-14
Rated 1 out of 5 by from This unit is absolute JUNK We purchase (2) of these units for (2) small 10' x 14' offices expecting them to last at least a few years, NOT!! (1) unit failed in 1.2 years and the other failed in 1.6 years and after what would have been the cost for a service call, parts & labor - I might as well buy a new one. I will not purchase another LG air conditioner ever again. AVOID THESE UNITS
Date published: 2012-12-11
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