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LG Electronics

Model # LP1413SHR

Internet # 203656281

Store SKU # 500620

14,000 BTU Portable Air Conditioner with Heat and Remote

$599.00 /each
  • Cools rooms up to 500 sq. ft.
  • 2 fan speeds for preferred airflow
  • Includes a remote and timer for convenience

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Model # LP1413SHR

Internet # 203656281

Store SKU # 500620

The LG Electronics 14,000 BTU Portable Air Conditioner with 14,000 BTU Heater also features a dehumidifier that removes up to 3.4 pint of moisture from the air per hour. This convenient air conditioner and heater also features a remote control for easy temperature adjustment from across the room. This silver air conditioner and heater also features casters that allow for easy movement to the room that needs heating or cooling. 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 manual). Do not use extension cord(s).

  • Designed to cool or heat 500 sq. ft. for temperature control in a large room
  • 14,000 BTU cooling and 14,000 BTU heating for powerful temperature control
  • Casters allow easy movement to the room that needs heating or cooling
  • 3-speed fan adjusts to your heating or cooling needs
  • 2-way air direction spreads the air evenly
  • Digital controls allow precise temperature adjustment
  • Timer lets you create a heating or 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 3.4 pt. of moisture from the air per hour
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SPECIFICATIONS

Dimensions
Coverage Area (sq. ft.) 
500 
Product Depth (in.) 
13.00 
Product Height (in.) 
33.06 
Product Width (in.) 
18.50 
Details
A/C Cooling Rate (BTU/hr) 
14000 
A/C Coverage Area (sq. ft.) 
500 
Air Conditioner Product Type 
Portable Unit 
Air direction/circulation 
2-way 
Amperage (amps) 
12 
Automatic shutoff 
No 
BTU Cooling Rating 
14000 
BTU Heat Rating 
14000 
Casters 
Yes 
Color 
Silver 
Color Family 
Silver metallic 
Controls 
Digital 
Cord Length (ft.) 
Decibel Rating 
59 dBA 
Decibel Rating (Indoor) 
59 dBA 
Drain hose connection 
Yes 
Energy Efficiency Ratio (EER) 
10.1 
Filter Type 
Washable 
Filter light reminder 
No 
Heater included 
Yes 
Hose Exhaust 
Single 
Moisture removal capacity (pints/day) 
81.60 
Number of Fan Speeds 
Number of cool settings 
Product Weight (lb.) 
72.80 lb 
Remote Control 
Yes 
Returnable 
90-Day 
Self-diagnostic tools 
No 
Sleep setting 
No 
Timer 
Yes 
Vent hose configuration 
Single 
Voltage (volts) 
115 
Window venting kit included 
Yes 
Warranty / Certifications
Certifications and Listings 
1-UL Listed,ETL Listed 
Manufacturer Warranty 
1 Year Parts and Labor 

MORE PRODUCTS WITH THESE FEATURES

Brand: LG Electronics
A/C Cooling Rate (BTU/hr): 12001 - 15001
A/C Coverage Area (sq. ft.): 500 - 600
Price: $500 - $600
Heater included: Yes
Hose Exhaust: Single
Sleep setting: No
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HOW OFTEN DO YOU HAVE TO EMPTY IT/ IS IT EASY TO DO?

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January 23, 2015
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The Unit has both a pump and a small drain hose and a drain plug at the bottom. Finding the exactly correct fittings to use the bottom drain can be difficult. The seal between the units threaded drain and a drain hose must be a hose type rubber gasket, or use automotive silicon sealer/equivalent.
I ended up using a supply/drain kit for dishwashers that had the needed hose and various adapters.
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July 10, 2014
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I have never had to empty the bucket in three years but it looks to be quite easy.
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June 11, 2014
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You dont empty the water, in air and drying modes which is dehumidify, the
water is part of cooling process. Only need to dump water in winter on heat mode and I havent had it that long yet.
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Draining the unit is dependent upon what climate you have installed the air conditioner in. It is very easy to empty the drain pan. However, if your town is very humid, a lot of water will need to be drained. In the manual that comes with the unit, alternate methods of drainage, as well as, emptying the drain pan are explained and illustrated. Those other methods would be far better for removing a large Read More
Draining the unit is dependent upon what climate you have installed the air conditioner in. It is very easy to empty the drain pan. However, if your town is very humid, a lot of water will need to be drained. In the manual that comes with the unit, alternate methods of drainage, as well as, emptying the drain pan are explained and illustrated. Those other methods would be far better for removing a large volume of water, far more water than the drain pan can hold. Please see the manual for instructions concerning all methods of drainage. Read Less
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October 15, 2013
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The frequency of indoor draining needed is dependent upon the humidity in your area. Florida is much more humid than Pennsylvania, so Florida installations would require much more draining, as a rule. I have this unit installed in my home in Arizona and have the drain-hose/pipe attached to the window-vent-panel. Simple draining instructions are included and pictured in the User's manual that comes with Read More
The frequency of indoor draining needed is dependent upon the humidity in your area. Florida is much more humid than Pennsylvania, so Florida installations would require much more draining, as a rule. I have this unit installed in my home in Arizona and have the drain-hose/pipe attached to the window-vent-panel. Simple draining instructions are included and pictured in the User's manual that comes with this unit. You can also hook-up the small-diameter-water-drain-hose/pipe, either to the window-vent-panel or into a bucket, or into a plumbing-drain, or into a small hole drilled in the wall/floor leading to the outside. In colder climates such as Pennsylvania where outside temperatures reach freezing/32°, venting the drain-hose/pipe to the outside is not recommended during winter months as the hose/pipe will freeze and you will have water on your floor. Note: You must have the drain hose hooked-up if you use the "Heat or Dry" functions of this unit. Read Less
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October 8, 2013
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It has a drain hose that can be routed outside but you would need to make a hole outside for the hose. The tank only holds a cup or so and in high humidity areas it will fill the tank in about an hour. The unit is made to use to evaporate water collected through the exhausted air. After the humidity comes down in the area you is cooled and the humidity is lower it may never need to be emptied
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August 2, 2013
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This unit exhausts the a/c moisture through the exhaust fan as primary, we have low humidity I did not need to empty mine for 3 days.
*** Note: When using the HEAT function, it is recommended that you use the rubber drain tube (included) full time, you need to place that into a NOT INCLUDED bucket or drain pan that holds more than 28 0z.
The unit will STOP when the drain pan is full. How often you are Read More
This unit exhausts the a/c moisture through the exhaust fan as primary, we have low humidity I did not need to empty mine for 3 days.
*** Note: When using the HEAT function, it is recommended that you use the rubber drain tube (included) full time, you need to place that into a NOT INCLUDED bucket or drain pan that holds more than 28 0z.
The unit will STOP when the drain pan is full. How often you are required to empty it, is determined by how much moisture is in the air. The specs state it CAN remove upto 81 pints per day (approx 10 gals) keep that in mind when choosing your drain bucket Read Less
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July 9, 2013
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I don't empty mine manually. I use the condensate pump and tube to let the unit automatically pump it outside through the window vent. Level of humidity and length/frequency of run-time determine the amount of water that will be removed from the air. Your best bet, if you don't want to use the built-in pump, is to sit it on some towels and periodically check it for overflow. It could take a few hours or Read More
I don't empty mine manually. I use the condensate pump and tube to let the unit automatically pump it outside through the window vent. Level of humidity and length/frequency of run-time determine the amount of water that will be removed from the air. Your best bet, if you don't want to use the built-in pump, is to sit it on some towels and periodically check it for overflow. It could take a few hours or a few days. Humidity changes with weather so be mindful of the relative humidity outside when it's running too. Read Less
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March 31, 2013
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There is a small clear plastic hose that needs to be put through an outside wall or into a container. Prior to putting the hose thru the wall to drain to the outside, the unit required constant emptying. It is a real pain to move the unit each time to drain it so I suggest using the hose to drain. Depending on where the unit is situated will determine where it's best able to drain.
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AND ABOUT THE VOLTAGE?? DO YOU HAVE 220v???

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The unit I have is a 120v 60hz unit. Variants are available in different markets at different voltages and frequency(50hz).
To directly answer your question, yes, I have 220/240 VAC @ 60Hz available at 20A per leg.
It's often referred to as "Split" because it's 120 from each leg to neutral, and 220-240 between legs.
(Common US residential configuration) When I lived in Germany, the residential power was
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The unit I have is a 120v 60hz unit. Variants are available in different markets at different voltages and frequency(50hz).
To directly answer your question, yes, I have 220/240 VAC @ 60Hz available at 20A per leg.
It's often referred to as "Split" because it's 120 from each leg to neutral, and 220-240 between legs.
(Common US residential configuration) When I lived in Germany, the residential power was 50Hz,
and 220-240 from each of the three legs to ground. I don't remember the exact leg to leg voltages.
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July 10, 2014
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Unit is set up for 120V.
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A regular wall outlet nothing special.
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This unit only requires 115volts. I do not have 220v service in my residence anyway. It is very humid in Florida, please be sure to hook-up the small-diameter-water-drain-hose/pipe, either to the window-vent-panel or into a bucket, or into a plumbing-drain, or into a small hole drilled in the wall/floor leading to the outside.
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The unit is a 110v unit
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I do not have 220, I have 110 although it is not listed as required, I did dedicate a 15 amp breaker for this unit, again not required but I wanted to do that.
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July 9, 2013
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I don't believe LG makes a portable unit that's not 120/1145VAC. To get 208/220VAC you'll have to look at a wall unit. Example is LT1233HNR heat/cool.
http://www.homedepot.com/p/LG-Electronics-11-500-BTU-230-208-Volt-Through-the-Wall-Air-Conditioner-with-Cool-and-Heat-with-Remote-LT1233HNR/203656263?keyword=LT1233HNR#.UdxDb_m1GPs
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March 10, 2013
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yes, but unit requires 15 amp circuit on 115 v.
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January 29, 2013
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This model only requires 115 V
As it turns out, portable LG units do not require 220 V
Thank you for your question.
Have a great day!
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What is the diameter of the exhaust hose? I would like to vent thru a hole in a glass panel .

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I used a 6" insulated flex hose and the supplied plastic adapter.
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Exhaust hose looks to be about 3" in diameter. It has a molded plastic port on the end that makes it wider and shorter (to fit in the window trim).
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We used a 6 inch outside vent like a gianr dryer vent. We cut a round hole through the siding as we know it will not be moved. Got all we needed in Home Depot in metal vent dept. We didnt want to cut our windows. Definitely 6 inch.
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December 16, 2013
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Please contact LG Live Chat about special installation inquiries:
https://www.lg.com/us/support/message-customer-support
Drain hose: 18mm [11/16"] inside diameter
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Is the window kit included? What size windows will the kit fit? What is the average life span of the product?

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A widow kit is provided, and can be altered to fit most windows one way or another.
Life expectancy?? I'd guess about the same or a bit less than the average lower cost window unit of the same capacity and features.
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The kit fits just about any sizw window. Very accomodating pieces.
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Yes the window kit for the exhaust is included and it is easy to set up. It will fit standard size windows and looks like it has the ability to fit larger windows as well.
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The window installation kit allows you to install the air conditioner in most vertical-sliding windows 18" to 48" wide, or casement-style windows from 18" to 48" high Please reference the table first on page 15 in the manual:
http://www.homedepot.com/catalog/pdfImages/05/05d231e5-a7b0-4933-9567-c173514c21bf.pdf
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Rated 2.9 out of 5 by 23 reviewers.
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Heat not worth extra money Got this unit last summer, worked fine as air conditioner. BUT - heater not worth the extra cost. Runs for very short time and stops because water tank is full. Starts beeping and will not stop! Can only be emptied by touching two buttons, can not be done automatically and humidifier can not be turned off. Will not run all night!!!!! Colder the weather the worse it works. AND - is very loud. Will not get another one. February 26, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by WORKS GREAT ON HEAT using it in spare room (unheated or cooled). Can't wait to see how it works in summer. Quiet, thermostat works great. No problems at all during recent cold spell. January 26, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Life savers! Having a 1400 sq ft home with 2 children and no central air we needed something and window units were not cutting it. We got 2 of these portable ACs and have been happy with them since day one! The heat works amazing in it and the cold air sometimes I need to turn off because it gets so cold. Sometimes the fan is just enough. This is such a powerful little system. It's heavy and so thankful it's on wheels. The unit beeps and has a little icon when the tank needs to be emptied. If I could change anything about the units it would be that drain tank. I wish it was a little bit high to make it easier to drain! I've found a folded up towel under the hole works best! September 22, 2015
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by DO NOT BUY THIS UNIT The unit has inherent problems with the controls. The vent that hot or cold air comes out is 3" by 6". Will not heat 100 sq. feet. Waiting to see if the cold air works, but doubt it will due to the very small opening. March 10, 2013
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Junk I have had this unit for 4 months and the comppressor has gone bad. Started over heating and shutting off. At first it would run for 15 minutes before over heating, now overheats after 5 minutes. Not worth fixing September 9, 2015
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by NOTHING BUT PAIN As we had waited several weeks for our online order to arrive, we decided to attempt to work with LG directly when our machine did not work coming out of the box. Big mistake!! After multiple telephone calls to customer service, LG eventually admitted they had no one in the area willing to fix the thing. We are still without air conditioning and are awaiting return instructions and hopefully some day a functioning machine. Sale or no sale, this product was not worth the money. July 21, 2015
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Broken from the Get Go Installed it, plugged it in, immediately got an error message and it wouldn't work. Called LG's customer service. Turns out it has to be serviced and no one can get out to service it for 8 days. We will be returning it to a local store tonight. August 17, 2015
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by Not worth the money ! For the price, it's not worth it. It couldn't cool an area of 395 sq ft. well. The filters (2) are hard to access and clean. The EER rating is only 10.1 which is not good. This A/C can kill your electric bill if you use it a lot. On dehumidify it'd not too bad. On the heat setting, it's pretty good. I just sold this A/C to a friend for $150.00. I went and bought a Frigidaire 12000 btu for 1/2 the price and the EER rating is 11.3. June 12, 2015
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