Discontinued
LP0813WNR
8,000 BTU Portable Air Conditioner with Remote
  • Programmable 24-Hour On-Off Timer
  • Multiple Fan Speeds with Auto Cool
  • Auto Evaporation System
  • Remote Control
8,000 BTU Portable Air Conditioner with Remote

PERFORMANCE

  • EER
    9.0
    Dehumid. (Pts/Hr)
    2
  • Dry Air Flow (CFM)
    180
    Est. Cooling Area (Sq. Ft.)
    200
  • BTU Performance Cooling
    8,000
    dBA Level (Front)
    55

DIMENSIONS

  • Product (WxHxD)
    13 7/8" x 29 3/4" x 11 13/16"
    Shipping (WxHxD)
    22 4/9” x 33” x 14”
  • Net Weight (lbs.)
    50.7
    Shipping Weight (lbs.)
    59.5

FEATURES

  • Display Panel
    LED
    Thermostat Control
    Yes
  • Remote Control
    Yes
    Fan Speed: Cooling
    2
  • Fan Only Speed
    2
    Compressor
    Rotary
  • Type Air Discharge
    Front
    Outdoor Vent / Exhaust
    Exhaust Only (1.5M)
  • Chassis Type
    Fixed
    Control Button Type
    Standard
  • Auto Restart
    Yes
    Indoor / Outdoor Fan Type
    Blower
  • Water Full Indicator
    Yes

MATERIALS/FINISHES

  • Available Colors
    White
    Easy-Roll Casters
    Yes
  • Air Filter
    Washable
    Window Installation Kit
    Yes

ELECTRICAL RATINGS

  • Voltage / 60 Hz
    115
    Rated Amps
    8.0
  • Watts (Cooling)
    880

WARRANTY

  • UPC
    048231368650

What people are saying

Rated 5 out of 5 by from Fantastic features and ease of use. We have had this portable unit for over 7 years, there has never been a problem.. we love it.
Date published: 2019-07-04
Rated 3 out of 5 by from I too happy with this AC, I just bought, it doesn’t cool my room enough.. is starting to make a loud contraction noise
Date published: 2018-07-30
Rated 4 out of 5 by from stsnd alone air only problem pain in the neck putting vents together
Date published: 2018-07-06
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ASK & ANSWER

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Both the cool and dry function do this: Start with cool air (only lasts about 30 secs) then bottom half shoots out hot air and top half is room temp air. Have tried every test and tip out there. Help? 

Asked by: Nute
Hate to hear Nute. Sounds like you might need a technician. Please give us a call at 1-800-243-0000 or drop us a line on Twitter at @LGUSSupport or on Facebook at @LGUSSupport when you are with the unit. ^AC
Answered by: Amber C
Date published: 2018-06-19

How far from the unit was the 55dba measured?

Asked by: David from SD
It's not quite that simple. Sound Power Level is the intensity at the source of the sound and is measured in decibels. We are not experts at this so we are not sure what the standard is for this measurement. It may be at 1 meter like with Audio Equipment of it may be calculated based on a vibration analysis. Then there is Sound Pressure Level which is measured at the listener's position. This is a function of the Sound Power Level and the environment. Based on the acoustics of the room or environment, the intensity of sound will vary. The measurements on the sound rating scale are probably at the source and hence are the sound power level. How we perceive that is based on the distance and environment. A lot of equipment is measured in anechoic chambers which allows us to know how many decibels the actual piece of equipment generates without having to worry about outside noise and reflections. The relative loudness that we perceive is a subjective psychological phenomenon, not something that can be objectively measured. Most of us perceive one sound to be twice as loud as another one when they are about 10 dB apart; for instance, a 60-dB air conditioner will sound twice as loud as a 50-dB refrigerator. Yet that 10-dB difference represents a tenfold increase in intensity. A 70-dB dishwasher will sound about four times as loud as the 50-dB refrigerator, but in terms of acoustic intensity, the sound it makes is 100 times as powerful. A sound level meter is an instrument normally used to measure noise levels on the decibel scale. Several factors affect the noise level reading such as the distance between the meter and the source of the sound, the direction the noise source is facing, relative to the meter, or whether the measurement is taken outdoors (where noise can dissipate) or indoors (where noise can reverberate)...^IFV
Answered by: LGJoel
Date published: 2018-02-12

Where is the thermostat sensor located? Does the unit detect room temperature with an external sensor, or does it use the air that is drawn in through the sides/rear? Thanks

Asked by: PoliticalSlim
The thermostat sensor is typically clipped to the front of the evaporator and measures the air that is drawn in to determine room temperature. If you have any further questions or concerns, check us out on Twitter @LGUSSupport
Answered by: Shena
Date published: 2017-10-27

The code e1 is showing

Asked by: Show time
The E1 error code is an Auto-Stop Protection code. Please see: http://www.lg.com/us/support/product-help/CT10000014-1432829295501-others for troubleshooting and other information regarding this error code.
Answered by: Shena
Date published: 2017-10-11

Does the "Cool" mode pull in outside air or does it just vent out the hot air? Wondering if it's safe to use during fire season, I don't want to bring in ash. 

Asked by: Aliiiii
The LG 8,000 BTU Portable Air Conditioner with Remote, Model # LP0813WNR is a single hose unit and it does not pull in outside air. It vents the moist hot air outside...^IFV
Answered by: LGJoel
Date published: 2017-10-10

How to change the tempature

Asked by: Bobidbe
In COOL and DRY modes, the Up/Down buttons adjust the set temperature up to 86°F or down to 60°F, in one degree increments.
Answered by: NeilE
Date published: 2017-09-22

I turned mine off while i was on vaction and when i got back all it says on it is E I what do i do.

Asked by: Lilray018
We apologize about the issue you are having with the air conditioner. The E1 error indicates a short or open circuit in the indoor air thermistor and would require service. 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/support-repair-provider-lookup.jsp.
Answered by: NeilE
Date published: 2017-09-30

When I turn it on, the temp. is automatically 95 degrees Fahrenheit. I've tried setting it down to 75 degrees Fahrenheit but it will automatically change back to 95, am I doing something wrong?

Asked by: heidib16
We apologize about the issue you are experiencing with this air conditioner. More information would be needed to better assist with your issue. Please contact our Customer Interactive Center at 800-243-0000 for further assistance.
Answered by: NeilE
Date published: 2017-09-08
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