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LG Electronics

Model LP073HD2B

Internet #204457930

7,100/7,300 BTU Packaged Terminal Air Conditioner

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  • Quiet, energy efficient, auto restart, self contained PTAC unit
  • Product sold without installation or permitting
  • Equipment should be sized/installed by a qualified professional

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The LG LP073HD2B 7,100/7,300 BTU Packaged Terminal Air Conditioner with 6,200/6,400 BTU Heat Pump provides your guests with a truly quiet, comfortable room. The dual motor configuration allows the lowest sound rating in the industry while also promoting the highest level of energy efficiency which translates into increased guest satisfaction and energy savings. Plus, LG's patented Gold Fin anti-corrosive treatment protects the unit from the corrosive effects of outside air and extends the overall operating life of the unit. This unit requires a special 208-Volt/230-Volt electrical outlet and will not operate with a standard 115-Volt household electrical outlet.

  • High energy efficiency rating (13.3 EER)
  • R410 refrigerant for eco friendly cooling and heat pump with defrost control and emergency heat back-up
  • Incredibly quiet due to dual motor configuration (separate indoor/outdoor motors)
  • 4 sensors provide highly efficient operation to maximize guest comfort
  • High efficiency compressor for maintenance-free operation
  • Gold-fin anti-corrosion treatment extends the life of the unit
  • Digital control panel with temperature display
  • Dip switch setting for temperature limiting
  • Front desk control (standard connections for remote thermostat)
  • Compatible with most energy management systems
  • Fits most standard sleeves for easy installation of replacement units
  • 2 cooling, 2 heating and 2 fan modes
  • Energy saver mode
  • Freeze room protection to monitor and maintain indoor temperature
  • Auto restart saves settings during a power outage
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  • Polymeric mesh filter
  • ADA compliant
  • Equipment should be sized, selected and installed by a qualified professional to ensure proper installation, safe operation, adherence to federal, state and local codes and for valid warranty. See installation guide for more details.
  • Recommended for professional purchase only
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April 18, 2015
I have a 220v, 20 amp outlet for A/C.
(It has the funny-looking outlet plug.) *see photo

It's also AIMS RIGHT AT OUR HEADS.

...I don't need a 14,000 BTU unit, because it would blast right on us. We don't want colds.

So in the 7,000 BTU range, what else do you have for window mount, which is sleek, modern, high efficiency, and will FIT THE OUTLET SHOWN.

Please advise. Thanks.
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Hi NYCR. Regrettably, We are unable to see the picture you attached of the outlet, but from the voltage you give and the amperage, it would be safe to assume that you are referring to a socket that has a NEMA configuration of 6-20R which is a standard 2-Pole, 3-Wire Grounding receptacle rated at 20 Amps, 250 VAC. The plug that fits into the socket will have a NEMA configuration of 6-20P which is a Read More
Hi NYCR. Regrettably, We are unable to see the picture you attached of the outlet, but from the voltage you give and the amperage, it would be safe to assume that you are referring to a socket that has a NEMA configuration of 6-20R which is a standard 2-Pole, 3-Wire Grounding receptacle rated at 20 Amps, 250 VAC. The plug that fits into the socket will have a NEMA configuration of 6-20P which is a grounding pin and one horizontal blade and one perpendicular blade. Unfortunately, units that have a 7,000 BTU rating do not require as much power as the 220V 20A units and they use the standard 2 Pole, 3-Wire grounding receptacle rated at 125 VAC, 15A which are quite different from receptacle you currently have. You will need to change the receptacle for the smaller units...^IFV Read Less
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