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24,500/24,000 BTU Window Air Conditioner with Remote

  • LW2513ER

Key Features

  • 3 Cooling & Fan Speeds with Auto Cool
  • 4-Way Air Direction
  • Electronic Touch Controls with Remote
BTU Performance 24,000/24,500
EER 9.4 / 9.4
Dehumid. (Pts/Hr) 6.8
Dry Air Flow (CFM) 590/530/484 (High, Mid, Low Speed)
dBA Level (Indoor / Outdoor) 65/67, 60/64, 57/62 (High, Mid, Low Speed)
Est. Cooling Area (Sq. Ft.) 1560
Product (WxHxD) 26" x 17 11/16" x 28"
Shipping (WxHxD) 29 1/8" x 22 7/16" x 30 7/16"
Net Weight (lbs.) 129
Shipping Weight (lbs.) 147
Stuffing Quantity (20ft/40ft) 84/192
Thermostat Control Thermistor
Air Deflection 4-Way
Energy Saver Function Yes
Fan Speed: Cooling 3
Fan Only Speed 3
Remote Control Yes
Programmable Timer 24Hr, On/Off
Compressor Rotary
Indoor Fan Type Turbo
Type Air Discharge Top Discharge
Outdoor Vent / Exhaust Yes
Chassis Type Slide In-Out
Available Colors White
Voltage / 60 Hz 208/230
Watts 2,550/2,600
Rated Amps 12.7/11.7
Limited Warranty 1 Year Parts and Labor
UPC 048231 368605

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How long is the cord and where does it come out from the unit?

How long is the power cord and where does it come out from the unit?
Asked by: arfarf
The power cord for the LG 24,500/24,000 BTU Window Air Conditioner with Remote, Model # LW2513ER is 6 feet long ( 1.8 m) and it is always on the same side that the control panel is on. The cord exits the unit from the bottom front corner of the unit...^IFV
Answered by: LGJoel
Date published: 2015-08-21

I have a lw2513ER what size wire do I need to go to breaker

I'm installing this a/c and I'm going to run it to it's own breaker . What size wire? 10 or 12? Also what size breaker should it have? Thank you Rhonda P.S. I have it sitting on the sun side of the house and it keeps shutting down when it's the hottest time of day when I need it the most. It's currently wired with size 12 wire . Thats why I'm asking about wire size. Could that have anything to do with it not cooling when it's hot out side? If you can let me know everything it should have to run the best I can make sure it has it.
Asked by: rocket7775
Hello Rhonda. The LG 24,500/24,000 BTU Window Air Conditioner with Remote, Model # LW2513 is rated at 230/208V, 15A and should be plugged into its own dedicated socket which in this case should be a standard 2 Pole, 3-wire grounding socket with the NEMA configuration 6-15R (i.e. 2 horizontal slots over a round grounding hole) You will want to verify that whatever the gauge of wire you use should be UL listed and should be able to handle the high current draw that your air conditioner will pull. The most revealing description you gave was that the unit is on the sunny side of the house and that is why your unit keeps shutting down, especially when it's hottest. It is not the gauge of wire you're using. An air conditioner should not be installed in bright sunlight like that because the sun hitting the case causes the unit to heat up and the unit overheats which not only leads to the unit malfunctioning, but could also cause it to burn itself out because you're placing it under a heavy burden with the additional heat. If that is the only place you can install it, you will need to put an awning over it to shade it from the sun...^IFV
Answered by: LGJoel
Date published: 2015-06-24

how do I set the timer on the remote

Asked by: rgscarol
push buttons
Answered by: bobosmad
Date published: 2014-04-12

why doesnt my LG 24,500 btu window air conditioner have a rear grill

Asked by: jujuhum
becausev It sits in it's own housing.
Answered by: bobosmad
Date published: 2014-01-13

min window width - unit width is 26" will unit fit a 26.5" opening

Asked by: will85
Answered by: bobosmad
Date published: 2014-04-12

Can this unit be mounted thru the wall.

I would also like to know the wall plug type. Thank you
Asked by: Banks7369
As it turns out, window units can only be installed in windows.
Answered by: Nadine
Date published: 2013-07-08

Thank you for responding to my question, but you didn't answer my question

I just asked you what size wire I needed for this A/C All you said was make sure its strong enough to handle the draw . That's why I asked you because I want to make sure . also You never answered about the size and type of Breaker it should have. I appreciate you taking the time to respond. But I don't know any more now than I did when I asked the Question. I'm aware that there are different building codes but you should be able to tell me what is recommended for this unit. Also If it makes a difference I live in the Desert by Palm Springs Ca. and its been 115 degrees here right now. I also began building a roof for shade today . Thanks for that advise. Thank you again, Rhonda
Asked by: Rhondarocket

Why would the air flow of my LG AC 24000BTU blow a weak air flow even on high speed? Front coil is starting to freeze as well. The weak air flow that is coming out is cold enough but not strong...why??

Asked by: johnny cruz
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