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LW1210HR
LW1210HR

Discontinued Product

Some Like It Hot. Some Like It Cold.

12,000 BTU Heat/cool Window Air Conditioner with remote

LW1210HR

  • Seasonal Heating & Cooling
  • Multiple cooling/heating speeds
  • 4-way air direction
  • Remote Control
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12,000 BTU Heat/cool Window Air Conditioner with remote

LW1210HR

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SHOW  HIDE PERFORMANCE
  • EER
  • Dehumid. (Pts/Hr)
  • Dry Air Flow (CFM)
  • dBA Level (Indoor / Outdoor)
  • Est. Cooling Area (Sq. Ft.)
  • BTU Performance Cooling
  • BTU Performance Heating
  • 9.8 / 9.8
  • 3.3
  • 265
  • 51 / 57
  • 550
  • 11,500 / 12,000
  • 9,200 / 11,200
SHOW  HIDE DIMENSIONS
  • Product (WxHxD)
  • Shipping (WxHxD)
  • Net Weight (lbs.)
  • Shipping Weight (lbs.)
  • 23 5/8" x 14 31/32" x 22 1/16"
  • 27 1/16" x 18 1/8" x 23 5/8"
  • 87
  • 93
SHOW  HIDE FEATURES
  • Thermostat Control
  • Air Deflection
  • Remote Control
  • Energy Saver Function
  • Programmable Timer
  • Fan Speed: Cooling (Heating)
  • Fan Only Speed
  • Compressor
  • Indoor Fan Type
  • Type Air Discharge
  • Outdoor Vent / Exhaust
  • Chassis Type
  • Thermistor
  • 4-Way
  • Yes
  • Yes
  • 12 Hr, On / Off
  • 2(2)
  • 2
  • Rotary
  • Blower
  • Side by side
  • Yes
  • Slide In-Out
SHOW  HIDE MATERIALS/FINISHES
  • Available Colors
  • White
SHOW  HIDE ELECTRICAL RATINGS
  • Voltage / 60 Hz
  • Watts (Cooling)
  • Watts (Heating)
  • Rated Amps (Cooling)
  • Rated Amps (Heating)
  • 208/230
  • 1,170/1,220
  • 2,900/3,500
  • 5.8/5.5
  • 14.0/15.3
SHOW  HIDE WARRANTY
  • Limited Warranty
  • 5 Years Parts and Labor
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Is the lw1210hr 110 volts or 220?

3 years, 2 months ago
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LG Manual Specs for the LG LW1210HR are:

Voltage / 60Hz 208/230
(Cooling)1,170/1,220Watts (Cooling)5.8/5.5Rated Amps
(Heating)2,900/3,500Rated Watts (Heating)14.0/15.3 Amps

So, this is a 208/230 volt unit not 115 volt as is was answered previously
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Hello, this is a 115V/60HZ unit.
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There is no place on your ads that state the the unit can't be used as a primary heater and air conditioner. Blowing cold air out after a few minutes is not what I was expecting from a air heat pump. The air conditioner puts out cold air as long as you have it on and temperture set below room temperture. The heat should give you the same results. As long as you have it turned on and set for a temperture that is higher than room temperture it should blow out hot air not cold air.
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The heating ability was a prime factor for me in buying this unit. The room where I put it had a gas space heater which I can now remove, making the room much safer without fear of fires.
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Answer: 
I apologize for the misunderstanding about this product. The advertisements also do not say that this product IS designed to be a primary heat source. This air conditioner is not a heat pump. It uses an electric heat strip that, according to the information on our website, should heat a room up to 450 square feet, while the cooling is rated at 550 square feet. This is, of course, is an average, and subject to the conditions of the room itself.
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Heat want kick off keeps putting out only heat

2 years, 5 months ago
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un plug it for 10 minutes and let the computer reset it's self. then plug back in and check to see that you have it on cool and fan is on high speed. never had this problem with mine. make sure that someone is not bumping the remote buttons. Good Luck
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Answer: 
We regret the inconvenience you have experienced. This unit is designed to heat up to the temperature on the display. The fan is designed to run constantly, so even when the heating element is inactive, the fan will still blow over the heater, so it will still seem to be running, even if it is not. If you believe this to be operating incorrectly, then a technician can certainly inspect the product. To make service arrangements, you may either contact our Customer Interactive Center at 800-243-0000, or you can check our Repair Provider Lookup on our website, at http://www.lg.com/us/support/repair....
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is it ok to leave A/C in window all winter?...I live in middle of NH

I remember my Dad having one installed in our wall in living room growing up in 70s around here, it was cool (pun intended). And it worked great for many yrs.

Presumably the basic principal design is relatively same these days vs. 70s, because my gf now has an a/c in her basement and she leaves hers in window yr round too.

Question is: I just bot my LG at HD and was curious if any damage would occur if -20 outside at times??

'Cuz the way this Winter is going... I might be turning it back on by January!! LOL.

Oh, btw, A/C worked great this Summer...seems like a quality product!

I just want to double check with you...pls advise.....

Thanks LG!!

sir lazy dude
2 years, 5 months ago
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londonderry, nh
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Yes, if you do not use the heat feature you can cover the outside with a layer of 6 mil plastic to prevent a draft, seal it up tight using duct tape and remove it when you put it back into service.
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We appreciate your concern over the operation of this product. This unit can be left in the window during the winter. The biggest concern, during the winter, is “creatures” trying to get inside for warmth. Their “nests” can cause damage to the unit.
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Hi, you can either connect a hose to the rear of the unit [at the hole that has the plug in it] or you can allow it to just drain out of the window through that hole. The required tilt of the unit allows it to drain out of that hole in the back.
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