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12,000 BTU 115-Volt Window Air Conditioner with Remote and ENERGY STAR
  • LG Electronics
  • Model LW1216ER
  • Internet #206520589
  • Store SO SKU #1001597783

12,000 BTU 115-Volt Window Air Conditioner with Remote and ENERGY STAR

$349.00 /each
Discontinued Model:

Model # LW1212ER

Internet #203393371

Store SO SKU #403289

LG Electronics 12,000 BTU 115v Window Air Conditioner with Remote
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Discontinued LG Electronics

12,000 BTU 115v Window Air Conditioner with Remote

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Want it now? Search internet # 203147366 to check store availability. LG Electronics Window Air Conditioners feature Electronic Controls that are easy to read and use, the electronic controls offer more accurate temperature management with a stylish design. in addition a remote control is included for your personal comfort. The user-friendly remote control adjusts temperature, fan speed, and the timer. LG LW1212ER 12,000 BTU Window Air Conditioner, 115 Volt, EER Rating of 9.8, Electronic Controls with Remote Control Included, 3 Fan Speeds, 4 Way Air Direction.

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  • Air Deflection: 4-Way
  • Fits Windows: 27 in. x 39 in. W X 16 in. H
  • Remote Control
  • Fan Speed: Cooling 3
  • Fan Only 3
  • Timer: 12 Hour, On/Off
  • Room Size: 21 ft. x 25 ft.
  • Energy Saver
  • Energy Star Compliant
  • 1 year warranty
  • BTU (Cooling): 11,500
  • EER Rating: 9.8
  • Voltage/60 Hz: 115
  • This item does not qualify for the Major Appliance Delivery & Haul Away or Installation Services
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Why is my window lg air conditioner now leaking water INSIDE my home?

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Connie
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July 4, 2012
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Corpus Christi, TX, USA
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October 2, 2012
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Check the angle of the unit, it should angle slight towards outside your window, also verify the the drip plug was installed all the way in
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San Diego, CA, USA
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September 6, 2012
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You need to install the drain hose (included) to the outside edge of the housing. Also you need to install your air conditioner so the outside rear edge is about 1/2 inch lower than the inside.
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Columbia, MD
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August 25, 2012
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The AC is not level and is sloping toward the inside of your house. Also there are sometimes a black rubber plug on the lower outside corner and if you remove that it will allow the water to drain out.
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August 20, 2012
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You need to be sure to tilt the unit a minimum of 1/2" toward the outside. Also, there is a removable plug on the outside of the unit to install the optional drain extension.
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Pine Plains, NY 12567, USA
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August 2, 2012
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Perhaps you do not have it installed properly. The instructions specify a slight "tilt" to the outside so that the water that naturally accumulates via condensation can run off to the outdoors.
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July 6, 2012
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I'm sorry for your troubles, please 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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does this air conditioner fit the standard wall outlet?

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boston ma
June 1, 2013
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Tulsa,OK
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July 25, 2013
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Yes, Standard 120/115 volt wall outlet, two prong with ground and at least 15amp circuit.To prevent tripping breaker.
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Ovilla, TX, USA
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July 8, 2013
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Yes, it has a standard plug
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Columbia, MD
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June 3, 2013
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Yes this will work on a regular outlet, but you may want to make sure it is a 20 Amp outlet not 15 Amp. If it is in a 15 Amp outlet, do not use anything else on that outlet or the circuit while the AC is in use.
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Yes, a grounded three prong outlet.
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Jim
Elizabethtown, PA 17022, USA
June 3, 2013
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yes it does and it is a great air conditioner works great this is second summer for us and it is doing a great job
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does this unit comes with a heater

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January 23, 2013
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July 25, 2013
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No, You must get the 230volt that has heat strip. The HR type
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Columbia, MD
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January 27, 2013
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This unit does not come with a heater, but there are many units that do. You just need to search for Window AC/Heater on the HD site and several options will be available.
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Topeka, KS, USA
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January 25, 2013
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It would not come with a heater. Only the 230/208 volt models of this BTU size offer it. A heater option is offered on a much smaller 115 volt model. It would also be a much smaller heating element with the same output as a small space heater since it would have to operate on a 15 amp circuit.
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Elizabethtown, PA 17022, USA
January 25, 2013
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mine did not but I think they have one that has a heater in it
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No
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Is there an extended warranty available for this A/C?

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Yes, you can buy the extended warranty from Home Depot at the time of purchase for the LW1213R
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There was not one available to me when purchasing on-line. Too bad!
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If you are interested in The Home Depot's extended warranty program please contact The Home Depot Community : http://community.homedepot.com
THD Major Appliances customer service hotline : 1-800-455-3869
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12,000 BTU 115v Window Air Conditioner with Remote is rated 4.3 out of 5 by 34.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great Bargain! I bought this unit about a month ago. It's veru modern looking and works great. [This review was collected as part of a promotion.]
Date published: 2016-10-26
Rated 4 out of 5 by from It works The Good:It works and cools down the my 550 sq foot room after an hour, even when temperatures are are 32 degrees C and 40 degrees with the humidex which is the current temp after the first day I bought it. It fits perfectly on my horizontal sliding window and the blower throws the air at least 15 feet to where I am sitting on my couch on this hot day and making this review. After an hour of cooling down the house, I set it energy saving for another hour and after that I just put it on the fan blower and it does well for another couple of hours t'ill I go to bed. Oh, it's also really quiet, not much louder than my fan. The Bad: Lugging an 80 pound air conditioner up 2 flights of stairs was pretty bad but have you seen the dimensions of this thing? It's almost the size of a bar fridge! Yeah, use a friend to help you if your using stairs. Also, please check the size requirements on the box and measure you windows because as far as horizontal sliding windows go 16 in in height is not standard for most low rise apt buildings that I've seen. Undecided: this thing doesn't blow out the coldest air that I've seen, but that fan seems to move a whole lot of slightly cool air around the room in a short amount of time which seems to do the trick, which I guess isn't so bad if you want that good energy star rating, I just wonder if that's normal or not? I mean, if an air conditioner is blowing air that is soo cold that you can see your breath when your close to it, would't that make you sick anyways? Also, if that blower doesn't reach the whole apartment area with it's super cold output, wouldn't that be a waste of energy anyways? I am not an expert so I am sorry, I cannot comment on it. Conclusion: Call me crazy but I can never bring myself to give a full 5 star rating to any product unless it actually does better than advertised, which is pretty much never. Although I am tempted to do so in comparison to my Haier 412k that I hat i bought before this and returned 2 days after purchase. It would refuse to blow cold air as well, like it had no Freon, just like some of you have complained about this one in the past. So no, I have no real comparison except have you seen what that HAIER air conditioner is built out of? Cheap flimsy metal on the outside and the inside is built with Styrofoam and cheap plastic parts thats so thin I can see the sunlight shine through, plus it's loud and it vibrates HEAVILY. I wonder how long that one would have lasted. At $100 dollars cheaper than this LG I wouldn't call that a bargain at all, mind you it is 20 pounds lighter and overall smaller in a way that it would probably fit more windows than an LG.
Date published: 2013-06-24
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Really like this product a lot EXCEPT FOR.... Bought this a/c, had it installed in window, tested it, and just waited for the first hot day. First hot day arrived, turned it on, and just made a clicking sound. Still under warranty so called LG. LG repairman came out and said that the motor was never screwed in to the chassis! So, while I love the AC..it is quiet, cools great, and simple to use...I have a problem with LG's quality control. How could they let a product go out without screwing in the motor! So if you're lucky enough to get one with the motor screwed in correctly, you will really like the product!
Date published: 2012-06-24
Rated 4 out of 5 by from A quiet, but efficient unit! This air conditioner does a very good job of cooling a small NYC apartment—placed in a bedroom window, it still manages to keep the adjacent living room comfortable. It runs quietly and has a very flexible feature set.
Date published: 2012-06-06
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Wikkid worth it! Several heat spells too many in New England invited me to get a window A/C. I decided on this one, based mostly on price and the amount of air it could cool. As I had to cool a few rooms and could only afford one unit, I didn't care much about getting bells and whistles. That said, the remote is nice...because when you turn the unit on to cool off a hot room (or 3 in this case), you'll need the remote to click up the temp because it gets COLD VERY fast! It's awesome! Many times now I start it up set to 68 degrees "to get it going", and have to turn it to 72 in no time at all because it's almost too cold. It has been cooling a pretty large area and so far I have no complaints. We've had this unit for approximately 3 months.
Date published: 2012-07-30
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Major disappointment! After being delivered a month after the promised delivery date, window unit was installed by my building superintendent & staff who have installed hundreds of similar units. The AC makes an extremely loud clunking noise (nothing to do with the grill on the front rattling). It died within several minutes the first time I turned it on; took a half dozen times to get it to run, and now makes a noise so loud I have to leave the room to carry on a conversation. It will most likely not last more than a day or two, but no repairman available for a week (and temps in the 90s here in NYC). Additionally, the tab to open and close the vent is missing.I will not buy another LG product. The second AC unit I purchased is still in the box and will be returned.
Date published: 2012-07-03
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Made it through one hot summer So far, so good. We used this on the first floor at one end of an open floor plan. It managed to keep the humidity down and the temps in the 70's, even when it was 90's outside. It's not quiet, but it's a big AC unit, so I suppose it's what I expected. I used fans to circulate the air through the home and back to the unit. Really heavy, but the bracket and sleeve work very well once you figure it out. Install the bracket and sleeve, then slip the main until in. An average man can probably do it alone - I could - but pulling the main unit in and out is really better done with a partner. Overall, satisfied with the purchase after one summer.
Date published: 2012-10-29
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Excellent product I purchased two of these window units in April of 2012. I live in the heat and humidity of Florida, so they have gotten a good workout over the past two summers. I need to replace my central system, but because these work so well, I haven't been in any rush. My home is 1,388 SF and the two units cool it easily to 75 degrees. Once I turn them on in the spring, they are never turned off until fall arrives. They are running now at the end of the second summer. Not only do they do a great job, but my utility bill is about $50 less each month than it was with the central unit. The only negative I can think of is that some would consider them a little on the noisy side. I sleep with one right near my head. At first it bothered me, but soon became "white noise" and I don't even notice it anymore! I highly recommend!
Date published: 2013-10-05
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