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11,500/11,200 BTU Cooling Thru-The-Wall Air Conditioner Cooling & Heating

  • LT1234HNR

Key Features

  • 11,500/11,200 BTU Cooling
  • 11,200/9,200 BTU Heating
  • Universal Fit for Sleeve
  • Gold Fin™ Anti-Corrosion
EER 8.8/8.8
Dehumid. (Pts/Hr) 3.8
Dry Air Flow (CFM) 290
dBA Level (Indoor / Outdoor) 55/62
Est. Cooling Area (Sq. Ft.) 550
BTU Performance Cooling 11,500/11,200
BTU Performance Heating 11,200/9,200
Product (WxHxD) 24 21/32" x 14 13/32" x 19 21/32"
Shipping (WxHxD) 27 23/32" x 18 4/32" x 22 13/32"
Net Weight (lbs.) 80
Shipping Weight (lbs.) 90
Thermostat Control Thermistor
Air Deflection 4-Way
Remote Control Yes
Energy Saver Function Yes
Fan Speed: Cooling 2 / 2
Fan Only Speed 2
Compressor Rotary
Indoor Fan Type Turbo
Type Air Discharge Top
Outdoor Vent / Exhaust Yes
Chassis Type XA
Auto Restart Yes
Available Colors White
Voltage / 60 Hz 230/208, 20 Amp
Watts (Cooling) 1,310/1,270
Watts (Heating) 3,500/2,900
Rated Amps (Cooling) 6.0/6.4
Rated Amps (Heating) 15.3/14.0
Wall Sleeve AXSVA1
Wall Sleeve with Stamped Aluminum Grille AXSVA4
Stamped Aluminum Grille AXRGALA01
Limited Warranty 1 Year Parts and Labor
UPC 048231 372930

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What is "type air discharge" listed in specifications

I'm comparing the LT1234HNR with LT1235HNR to determine which to purchase. I see one difference is the "type air discharge" "top" for LT1234HNR. I'm not sure what this means. Thanks
Asked by: MDYSC
HI MYYSC. What "type air discharge" means in the specifications for the LG 11,500/11,200 BTU Cooling Thru-The-Wall Air Conditioner Cooling & Heating, Model # LT1234HNR where it is listed as being 'top" is referring to the air discharge vents. The cooled air from this unit is vented back out into the room through the vents that are adjacent to the control panel above the front grille. It is actually the same for the LT1235HNR. The 2 units are almost identical in every specification with some differences here and there. Aside from the fact that these units were released a year apart, you might have also noticed that the LT1235HNR has a higher EER rating (9.8 / 8.8) versus (8.8 / 8.8) for the LT1234HNR. The BTU Cooling Performance rating for cooling at 208/230V for the LT1235HNR and the BTU Heating Performance for heating for the same voltages are lower for the LT1235HNR meaning that the LT1235HNR not only uses less electricity, but it is also more efficient and this is borne out by the EER ratings and the Estimated Yearly costs for both units. The LT1235HNR has an Estimated Yearly Cost of $103 versus $118 for the LT1234HNR...^IFV
Answered by: LGJoel
Date published: 2015-06-19

I'm looking for a PTHP unit that is 42X16 who make it

This is for a thru wall A/C w/ heat for a motel
Asked by: normbodyshop
Hello normbodyshop. We appreciate your interest in the LG PTAC units. Those can be found on our commercial site and we have a few units that have the (W x H x D) dimensions of 42" x 16" x 21". There are quite a few models so you may want to visit the following [] and look through the different models to see which one is suitable for your needs...^IFV
Answered by: LGJoel
Date published: 2015-08-22

I need a part number for a wall sleeve for this AC unit

So I need a part number for the sleeve that Home Depot can cross reference The AC unit that I need the sleeve for is LT1234HNR. Thanks, Richard
Asked by: poordog
We appreciate your interest in this air conditioner and its accessories. This device should be compatible with either the AXSVA1 or the AXSVA4 wall sleeve. Both of these can be reviewed on our website at
Answered by: NeilE
Date published: 2015-03-23

Is there a separate drain for this unit?

We are concerned that the unit will drip or otherwise disburse moisture. please let us know if you sell separate drainage equipment for it.
Asked by: llfeldman
We appreciate your interest in this air conditioner system. It is normal for an air conditioner to drip moisture from the back of the system, depending upon the humidity in the area. We have no separate drainage equipment available for this device.
Answered by: NeilE
Date published: 2015-07-14

Heating Question

Model -LT1234HNR Is this strip heat or heat pump? thanks
Asked by: thelogle

What is the square footage range for heating and cooling?

I have purchased a small (34 unit) apartment complex that has sleeved A/C and radiant heat serviced by a boiler. I want to add a 220V circuit to the existing electrical panel and replace the sleeved A/C unit with a heating/cooling combo unit and abandon the boiler. The apartments are small - 361 square feet. Will the LT1234HNR unit or the LT1033HNR units meet the heating needs for a apartment unit of this size. I am certain either of these units will meet the cooling needs. Thank you. John R. Moore
Asked by: Fisherapartments

what side of the unit is the power chord on (as you face the unit).

Asked by: nickname4321


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