LG Electronics 15,000 BTU 115v Window Air Conditioner with Remote-LW1512ERS at The Home Depot
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Model # LW1512ERS

Internet # 203270243

Store SKU # 125511

15,000 BTU 115v Window Air Conditioner with Remote

LG Electronics 15,000 BTU 115v Window Air Conditioner with Remote

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$399.00 / each
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Model # LW1512ERS

Internet # 203270243

Store SKU # 125511

Want it delivered to your home? Search Internet # 203393768. Keep your home cool with LG 15,000 (LW1512ERS) BTUs of power. With this energy efficient unit, you will not have to worry about wasting loads of energy figuring out your electric bill. You also have a choice of 3 cooling and fan speeds along with Auto Restart, which automatically turns the unit back on after a power outage so you do not have to.

  • Want it delivered to your home? Search Internet # 203393768
  • 15,000 BTU
  • Cooling EER (BTU/Watts) 10.8
  • Est. Cooling Area 800 sq. ft.
  • 3 Cooling & Fan Speeds with Auto Cool
  • 4-Way Air Direction
  • Power Failure Auto Restart
  • Remote Control
  • Timer 24 Hr. On/Off
  • Product (WxHxD): 26 in. x16.84 in. x 26.84 in.
  • Note: Product may vary by store.

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A/C Cooling Rate (BTU/hr)  15000  A/C Coverage Area (sq. ft.)  800 
Air Conditioner Product Type  Window Unit  Air direction/circulation  4-way 
Amperage (amps)  12  Assembled Depth (in.)  26.84 in 
Assembled Height (in.)  16.84 in  Assembled Width (in.)  26 in 
Automatic shutoff  No  BTU Cooling Rating  15000 Btu/h 
Certifications and Listings  1-UL Listed  Color  White 
Color Family  White  Controls  Digital 
Coverage Area (sq. ft.)  800  Decibel Rating  60 dBA 
Decibel Rating (Indoor)  60 dBA  Decibel Rating (Outdoor)  66 dBA 
ENERGY STAR Certified  No  Energy Efficiency Ratio (EER)  10.8 
Filter Type  Washable  Filter light reminder  No 
Heater included  No  Manufacturer Warranty  1 year parts & labor 
Number of cool settings  Product Depth (in.)  26.84 
Product Height (in.)  16.84  Product Weight (lb.)  108 lb 
Product Width (in.)  26  Remote Control  Yes 
Returnable  Non-Returnable  Sleep setting  No 
Timer  Yes  Voltage (volts)  115 
Window opening maximum width (in.)  41  Window opening minimum height (in.)  18 
Window opening minimum width (in.)  29 


Rated 3.7 out of 5 by 50 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by I am from Texas and used to central air, this is the next best thing. Shopped around, joined consumer reports, blah blah did a LOT of homework and I LOVE THIS AC. I live in a 2 bedroom apt in NYC and the living room and kitchen get direct sunlight all day and we have high 10 feet ceilings so the apt just cooks. With this bad boy 15000 btu i literally have to turn it off it gets so cold- yay. (ech room also has it's own ac) Today it was 93 outside and the dog and I both were shivering in the living room and kitchen - me in delight and the dog trying to burrow and escape to a sunny window sill. Get someone who knows what they are doing to help install and read the book. The shell comes off for truly easy install- then when mounted the ac unit just slides in. You should use a bracket (not included) because it is a huge AC, like it didn't fit in the trunk of my friend's car, so we had to take it out of the box lol. ( the home depot loaders in the back of Elizabeth NJ ROCK!!!! Anyways if you are hot in NYC get this because it's the highest btu for the standard 115 volt outlet. Elizabeth NJ was the closest to NYC that still has them in stock. 5 left. HURRY! May 31, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by It has now been a month since purchase I live in the Houston area (Crosby). Temperatures have gone up to high level 90's this month alone. I bought this $399 unit to cool the house for a few days while I went to a bank to get a loan (over 6k) to replace my central air unit that burnt its main wire for the last time. Thing is, this unit, along with a simple box fan, is cooling my home GREAT! My home has a little over 2200 square feet and this unit is rocking it. Some state that this AC is noisy. Well, it is NOT! I said the heck with the central AC loan and stick with this unit. $399 (plus a $20 box fan) versus 6k. You do the math. June 10, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by I have been reading comments from some of the detractors Many expect these window units to be "plug and play" (notwithstanding that it is an owner-installed appliance in most cases) to replace or simulate a central-air or heat pump installation, wherein the main circulation fan airflow noise is spread among the many ducts. Among the complaints: 1. A window unit (of any size) works best when the unit is set to full cooling at the highest fan speed. It will be noisy compared to a central unit. Don't like a window A/C noise? Spend a ton of money for a central unit. 2. If one does not like the noise made by the condenser fan "slinger", remove the plug at the lower right of the pan, install the drain, have the rear of the unit 1/2" lower than the front, and allow it to drain. This will also obviate any dirt/pollen/minute vegetable matter to be deposited on the inside of the condenser coil by the slinger which will have to be cleaned periodically, requiring the unit to be removed from the window-mounted case. In SW Washington State, that is considered periodic maintenance, given our mossy environment. It does and will happen. 3.The complaints about the unit(s) tripping breakers are solely the responsibility upon the owner(s) not investigating the additional load on the circuit it is plugged into. If you are a responsible homeowner, look into your circuit capabilities. If you have a 15A circuit breaker, it will trip at 80% load (especially upon startup). The circuit will need to withstand the A/C load of at least 10A with nothing else plugged into the circuit. My wife cannot use her iron in her craft room when we run our 15,000 BTU unit as it is on the same circuit. 4. I have found that the "dry" and "energy saver" settings are pretty much useless. If one needs to dry the air, the "cool" setting does that greatly, as one can witness the amount of condensate draining from the evaporator. The energy saver mode only increases the amount of time the evaporator fan runs, without cooling, wasting power. 5. Some folks complain about the length of power cord. It's in the specs. Do you have a tape measure? 6. I have read where many folks like to have their thermostat and room temps in the 68-70 range in the summer. If the outdoor temp is 90*-100*, certainly the indoor temp will be comfortable at 74*-76*. When winter comes, and the outdoor temps are below freezing, do you kick the heating temps up above 74*? You all must have more money than I do. 7.This post is directed to LG owners no matter if the A/C size is 6000 BTU or 15,000 BTU or more (230V AC units). All principles insofar as cooling are the same. July 16, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by best bang for my buck installed two of these units in my home and cut my electric bill in half.works awesome July 19, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Great cooling for Texas summers! The LG 15,000 BTU unit does an incredible job in cooling a large area. It is quiet and efficient. This unit will be a welcome addition to our house through the long, hot Texas summer ahead! May 2, 2012
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