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Model # LP0910WNR

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9,000 BTU Portable Air Conditioner (72 Pint/Day) and Remote Control

$249.99 /each

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Model # LP0910WNR

Internet # 202051352

Enjoy portable cooling with the LG Electronics 9,000 BTU Portable Air Conditioner. The 9,000 BTUs of cooling power keep a room up to 300 sq. ft. cool and comfortable, and the 2-speed fan and 2-way air direction help spread the air evenly throughout the room. Digital controls offer precise temperature adjustments, and the remote control lets you control the air conditioner from across the room. 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 areas up to 300 sq. ft.
  • 9,000 BTU cooling for powerful temperature control
  • Includes window installation kit and flexible exhaust hose
  • Unit must stay upright for 24 hours before use and 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 cords
  • 2-way air direction spreads the cool air evenly
  • Digital controls with an easy-to-read display for precise temperature adjustment
  • Automatic 24-hour on/off timer
  • Infrared remote control lets you adjust the temperature from across the room
  • Washable air filter saves money on replacements
  • Low-decibel operation for quiet cooling
  • Automatic restart after power interuption
  • Self-evaporation system, so there is no bucket to empty
  • 2-speed fan adjusts to your cooling needs
  • 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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SPECIFICATIONS

Dimensions
Coverage Area (sq. ft.) 
300 
Product Depth (in.) 
11.8125 
Product Height (in.) 
31.2813 
Product Width (in.) 
17.0313 
Details
A/C Cooling Rate (BTU/hr) 
9000 
A/C Coverage Area (sq. ft.) 
300 
Air Conditioner Product Type 
Portable Unit 
Air direction/circulation 
2-way 
Amperage (amps) 
9.2 
Automatic shutoff 
Yes 
BTU Cooling Rating 
9000 
Casters 
Yes 
Color 
White 
Color Family 
White 
Controls 
Digital 
Cord Length (ft.) 
5.90 
Decibel Rating 
55 dBA 
Decibel Rating (Indoor) 
55 dBA 
Drain hose connection 
Yes 
Energy Efficiency Ratio (EER) 
9.2 
Filter Type 
Washable 
Filter light reminder 
No 
Heater included 
No 
Hose Exhaust 
Single 
Number of Fan Speeds 
Number of cool settings 
Product Weight (lb.) 
55 lb 
Remote Control 
Yes 
Returnable 
30-Day 
Self-diagnostic tools 
Yes 
Sleep setting 
No 
Timer 
Yes 
Vent hose configuration 
Single 
Voltage (volts) 
115 
Window venting kit included 
Yes 
Warranty / Certifications
Certifications and Listings 
ETL Listed 
Manufacturer Warranty 
1 year parts & labor 

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Brand: LG Electronics
A/C Cooling Rate (BTU/hr): 7001 - 9001
A/C Coverage Area (sq. ft.): 300 - 400
Price: $200 - $250
Heater included: No
Hose Exhaust: Single
Sleep setting: No
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If i set the air conditioner in a bedroom, the noice would effect my sleep?

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August 11, 2013
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Well, that's going to vary from person to person. But yeah, it is loud. I think it's easier to fall asleep when it's too loud than when it's too hot. And if you turn it off when you go to bed, at least you'll have some heat relief for a while, long enough to fall asleep.
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October 1, 2013
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It is a steady noise. for some people it might affect sleep. For me, it actually put me to sleep with the steady droning noise.
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August 14, 2013
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When it switches from fan to cooling, it does make a sound, but overall, it's like "white noise" once you get used to it. This unit is so efficient, though, that I was getting chilled at night -- what I do now is set the temp to 78 and Cool mode, and aim the blower at the opposite wall from me. That keeps the room cool without chilling me directly!
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August 12, 2013
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no, it is quiet enough that it will lull you to sleep...it's not noiseless, but it's not bad and it does cool the room off quick...
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August 12, 2013
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Hello Emily,
this unit has a Decibel Rating of 55 dBA. Most current AC units are around 55 dBA, give of take a few decibels. Some people are very sensitive to sound and may be awaken by only 40 dB.
Thank you for your question, have a nice day!
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August 12, 2013
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if your a light sleeper it could.
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is there a filter on this unit and if so how do you clean it

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June 27, 2013
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October 1, 2013
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There are two filters. You access them by sliding them out, pulling on the handhold on the side of the unit. There is a diagram on the instructions that shows you how to do this. I clean mine by rinsing them off in the kitchen sink.
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August 12, 2013
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its on the back and it just slides out for cleaning...easy...
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August 12, 2013
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there is actually 3 filters and you just pull them out and vacuum them
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August 2, 2013
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Read the manual.
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June 28, 2013
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There is an air filter on the lower back side of the unit -- the manual (p. 20) says to lift the filter cover up and out, then take out the filter itself. Mine, though, has a filter that easily slides out sideways -- no need to take a cover off or detach the hose. (Model LP0910WNR). Just rinse in warm water with neutral detergent, rinse and let dry out of the sun.
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June 27, 2013
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Hi Bob , yes there is a filter on this unit. It is recommended to clean the filter every two weeks. You take off the air filter cover upwards.
Clean by washing in warm water and dry in the shade. If you scroll down on the left side of the product web page you will see the use and care manual. Go to page 19, you will see the illustration.
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what is the warranty on the portable air conditioners?

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August 2, 2013
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one year. not enough.
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June 22, 2013
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One Year from date of purchase - any internal/functional Parts and Labor
The warranted labor covers the cost of In-Home Service on all parts including the compressor.
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June 13, 2013
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1 yr. I purchased an additional 2 yrs. from Home Depot.
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June 13, 2013
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There is a one year warranty on the Air Conditioners, plus you can purchase an extended warranty with the A/C for a small price and extend your warranty to Three years.
Do be careful to read all the small print on the warranty though, make sure of what you are doing, don't give them an opportunity to deny your warranty and bill you.
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May 27, 2013
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It's under the "More info" tab on the product page. 1 Year parts and labor, 5 years for compressor.
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May 26, 2013
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i believe it was one year parts and labor. i think my unit didn't have trouble for first 18 monthes
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Why cant you use the window installation kit in an horizontal window?

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Brookhaven, Pa
March 24, 2013
My home was broken into and I dont feel comfortable with replacing my old fashion air conditioners back into the windows being as though thats how they got in. I was about to purchase this LG 12,000 btu model for the summer and install it in my horizontal windows, because they are higher up and smaller than my standard Rancher home windows. I have Astma and need air since heat is the number one trigger of my Astma. What can I do, or does LG have an appliance that I can install horizontally?
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I just bought this unit and you can install the hose either horizontally or vertically into a window. I have sash windows, so to keep the window secure I just screwed a screw into the two wooden window panels and will remove screw and close the window in the winter. LG also provided a metal L to install to keep the window secure.
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I've used mine in both a horizontal and a vertical window. Worked fine for both.
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Auburn, IN
May 20, 2013
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Probably the best way to solve the problem in this case is to purchase a small burglar alarm device for on the window you have to keep open a little to accommodate the Air Conditioner exhaust vent. There are ones available that mount to the frame of the window, with a small device mounted to the window. In the event of someone trying to gain access they will have to open the window up further breaking Read More
Probably the best way to solve the problem in this case is to purchase a small burglar alarm device for on the window you have to keep open a little to accommodate the Air Conditioner exhaust vent. There are ones available that mount to the frame of the window, with a small device mounted to the window. In the event of someone trying to gain access they will have to open the window up further breaking the magnetic connection between the two devices mounted there, and setting off the alarm.
Along with the alarm I would recommend putting in a piece of wood cut to the correct length so it can be mounted in the window preventing the window from being opened at all beyond what is needed to accommodate the air conditioners exhaust. In this way you both stop access, and are alerted to any attempt to gain access.
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May 14, 2013
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The window kit can be installed in horizontal windows, and the hose can stretch to about 9 feet. The place where the hose attaches to the unit is already about 2 feet off the ground. Also there are several pieces for the window kit so you can make it fit a space from about 2 feet to about 6 feet. The hose itself is only 6 inches wide so really a 6 inch hole in the wall is the minimum you would need, and Read More
The window kit can be installed in horizontal windows, and the hose can stretch to about 9 feet. The place where the hose attaches to the unit is already about 2 feet off the ground. Also there are several pieces for the window kit so you can make it fit a space from about 2 feet to about 6 feet. The hose itself is only 6 inches wide so really a 6 inch hole in the wall is the minimum you would need, and you could put a dryer vent cover over the outside of the hole. Also the hose flattens at the end, and the window kit only requires a 4-1/2 inch opening in the window, so once it's in place you can put some screws into the window frame so it can't be opened from the outside. Read Less
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March 29, 2013
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i think the portable will still work just turn the window part on its side. if you are worried about someone breaking in put track locks on the window or screws in the track.
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Generally the kit relies on two plastic pieces that slide into each other so that they can adjust to various window widths, if you install it horizontally it has a tendency to not stay extended to the top of the window, it also isn't always long enough to fit the horizontal window. You can slide the pieces to your desired length and put a small screw anywhere they overlap each other and you should be Read More
Generally the kit relies on two plastic pieces that slide into each other so that they can adjust to various window widths, if you install it horizontally it has a tendency to not stay extended to the top of the window, it also isn't always long enough to fit the horizontal window. You can slide the pieces to your desired length and put a small screw anywhere they overlap each other and you should be able to make it work. Read Less
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Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Does the job to cool garage in summer I have my LG A/C unit in my 2 car garage. I'm from Houston, Tx where it is up to 103 or so on the regular. I usually woodwork in it in the hottest part of the day, 2pm-6pm which is also the time the sun happens to be shinning directly of the garage door. Add when I would park my hot car on the other side of the garage, it would get even hotter. I have seen it up to 125F and over 120F multiple times. After I put this in, I can get it to stay at 80F-81F on the hottest of days if I keep my insulated garage door down. Or can get up to 90F-93F when I open and close the door and park my car in. But that's still 25 degrees cooler. It has the usual disadvantages of a portable ac. It doesn't have an intake hose so it has to make up the air pressure of the exaust thru cracks around the garage door, holes in the wall, the door leading to the house. I also put a one way vent to go from the house to the garage that helped a lot because it was sucking in cold air as opposed to 103F air. I also sprayfoamed around the garage door so it creates a seal. You also have to vent the ac. I vented mine thru the wall and it goes up into the attic. I added a couple soffett vents to right above the ac on the outside. It's not the best way to vent it but you need a 6in pipe to vent it properly or it will freeze up and turn the ac on and off every 3 min. It's better then making a 10 ft hose to the celieng, which would over work the ac. It doesn't create any moisture in the attic but it's the Texas summer so it would evaporate anyways. I tested with a moisture meter. I would recommend it to someone looking to cool a garage to livable conditions. It's not as cool as the house but i didn't expect it to be. For what I paid, it is some of the best money I've spent on anything in my tool collection. I couldn't go without it. I also made an extra filter with a regular ac filter on the outside to catch the sawdust particles because without it, it would get clogged. I have it on straight for about 60 hours a week and and it costs about $40 a month in electricity which is worth every dollar.  September 11, 2015
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by Meh... Easy to setup, but very noisy and inefficient. I'm using it to cool a 140 SqFt room and it takes it forever to bring the temp under 81 deg. I don't live in a particularly hot area either (High Point, NC). The unit is installed correctly, exhausting heat outside the house. The exhaust duct is not thermally isolated at all and it gets really hot (106 deg) and even though I'm using only a fourth of its length, this has to detract from the system's efficiency. Of course, I will try to wrap the duct with some kind of isolator, but this goes against the "convenience" that is so highly touted for this kind of units. As it is, I'm just glad I did not get the 7000 BTU unit. June 19, 2013
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by SURPASSED EXPECTATIONS. It is still early in our relationship but so far so TERRIFIC. I read all I could about all air conditioning options and needed cool air desperately but I will go through every bit of information carefully. Many good comments were extremely helpful and what tipped it for me as a go was the home delivery and free shipping. I am an older person and on my own so this feature was extra important. And who does not appreciate FREE DELIVERY. Arrived in a timely fashion. Kudos. Taking care of any appliance is a norm for me. Make sure to empty the water collection tank frequently it does seem to affect the coldness. It is early in the season and the real hot weather has just begun... I am crossing fingers and toes that all will keep going in this positive and oh so cool fashion. Well Done Home Depot. June 22, 2013
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by LG portable cooling unit I purchase this one about 1.5 years ago now it wont cool May 2, 2016
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by Leaking My AC seems to be leaking every where? Why is it doing this?! April 19, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Buy a Fan they are Cheaper If you want to jack up your electric bill and waste money buy this product, it needs to run 24/7 to have any effect, and in 1/3 the footage they claim! They even say for your garage, I think they meant my Rubber Maid storage shed! LOL I want to retun the product, but well the holes are drilled and it is where it will stay, and perform badly! Buy stock in FPL or LCEC I am sure they love me! July 13, 2011
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by Great airconditioner not as energy efficient at LG makes it to be We live in Hawaii and thought we would get an air conditioner for our 350 sq ft studio after our baby was born. This is the one we picked because of the price (369.00 at home depot) and size room it promised to keep air conditioned. We only use the airconditioner from 12am to 7am because of how uncomfortable it gets in our area when the tradewinds are not blowing. At night it cools the room down very well and very fast. During the day I tried using it when it gets over 90 (only once or twice) and cool air was coming from the unit but it was thermometer was still reading 85 degrees. I dont know if all or some air conditioners do this, but I know with window units they definitely do not. Not only that, but using the air conditioners only midnight to 7 am our electric bill tripled! Sorry LG but I am pretty sure that there are better products out there and more electric bill friendly. We now try to use it only when its muggy and the tradewinds are not blowing. It also has only one speed (high) if it had a lower one, or even a middle speed, i think that would have helped with both the noise and energy bill. October 5, 2012
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by arrived just in time the worst heat wave of the year hit the day after this was installed. it was a god send! November 19, 2012
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