Discontinued
LW2412ER
24,000 BTU Window Air Conditioner with remote
24,000 BTU Window Air Conditioner with remote

FEATURES

  • Air Deflection
    4-Way
    Energy Saver Function
    Yes
  • Fan Speed: Cooling
    3
    Fan Only Speed
    3
  • Remote Control
    Yes
    Programmable Timer
    12 Hr, On / Off
  • Outdoor Vent / Exhaust
    Yes

MATERIALS/FINISHES

  • Available Colors
    White

ELECTRICAL RATINGS

  • Voltage / 60 Hz
    208/230
    Watts (Cooling)
    2,550/2,600
  • Rated Amps (Cooling)
    12.1 / 11.1

WARRANTY

  • UPC
    048231365840
ASK & ANSWER

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What does the dry button mean on the ac?

Asked by: Ms D
This is the function which is used during the rainy days when the moisture level is very high. This mode makes air dry and keep the room atmosphere cool and dry . The air-conditioner in dry mode acts as a dehumidifier by removing extra moisture from the indoor air. ^AC
Answered by: Amber C
Date published: 2018-02-15

My LW2412ER has a bad relay board (NOT THE DISPLAY BOARD) that causes the compressor to continuously run, even when the unit is completely turned off. Can you provide a part number, I've been sent display boards from three different parts providers.

Asked by: Montrose
I apologize, but no; as we are not service technicians, it will not be possible to provide a part number for an internal component, such as a relay board. We can, however, assist in locating a qualified service repair facility to help in this matter. 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: 2017-04-12

My ac used to make a fan noise even when turned off  which i thought kept air cool but it stopped completely now when i turn it on it blows warm air

Asked by: Joseph34
We regret the trouble you have experienced with this air conditioner. If this device is no longer blowing any cold air, then it may 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: 2016-07-22

Sir, my lg split ac 24000 btu has some problems that problem in this unit or not , when i started ac 5 minutes running my ac but after 5 minutes why my ac close and not restart please tell me some slution of my problem immediately. thanks

Asked by: Mian
The cause could be how you have the LG 24,000 BTU Window Air Conditioner with remote, Model # LW2412ER installed. Air Conditioners manufactured after 2010 have a Safety Relay which automatically powers the unit off if the condenser overheats. If the Air Conditioner is installed in direct sunlight and exposed to constant sunlight, that exposure or the air around the Air Conditioner can cause the unit to overheat. If the unit is in direct sunlight, placing an awning or shade cover over the unit should resolve the issue. You may also want to check that there aren't any obstructions around the unit that might block the air flow around the unit that would cause it to overheat. You definitely should not have anything withing 2 feet in the back of the unit since that is where the condenser coils are and that is how the unit transfers the heat it extracts from your room to the outside. Check that the air filter is not clogged up with dirt, dust and debris, accumulation of those will also cause the unit to overheat. It is highly recommended that you have the unit serviced for regular maintenance to have the evaporator and condenser coils cleaned to keep your unit running at peak efficiency...^IFV
Answered by: LGJoel
Date published: 2015-09-23

What causes my compressor to run below temp,when just the fan is selected, and when powered off. Is it my main power board? What's the part # ?

Model LW2412ER
Asked by: RussellK
We regret the inconvenience you have experienced with this air conditioner. It is not uncommon for the temperature, right outside the vent, to run colder than the selected temperature setting. Sometimes this is necessary to get the entire room to meet the set temperature.
Answered by: NeilE
Date published: 2015-09-10

unit keeps icing up and room temp display stays at 90.Ive cleaned filter ,vaccumed and clean vents ,fan and entire unit.Still icing up. any suggestion

Asked by: croci
There are a number of reasons that your LG 24,000 BTU Window Air Conditioner with remote, Model # LW2412ER is freezing up. Your air conditioner is basically a heat exchanger. As the refrigerant in your evaporator coils is expanded, it causes the coils to cool rapidly. The air inside your home is drawn into the air conditioner through the louvers in the case and blown over these cold evaporator coils to cool the air and a fan blows it back out into your room as cooled air. The heat that was in the air in your room is absorbed into the refrigerant and when the refrigerant gets to the condenser coils, it is compressed, and heats up so that when it comes in contact with the cooler air outside your home, it transfers the heat that was in your home to the outside. If the air coming into your air conditioner is restricted or insufficient, the evaporator coils can freeze up. If the refrigerant in your air conditioner is low, that too can cause the air conditioner to freeze up. If the fans in your air conditioner are not running properly, that can also lead to the unit freezing up. The other factors that cause the freezing up are dirty filters, vents or dirty evaporator coils, which you seem to have taken care off. If the problem is with having a low level of refrigerant or a problem with your blower fan or refrigerant lines, you will not want to mess with those and will need to schedule a repair service...^IFV
Answered by: LGJoel
Date published: 2015-08-20

my AC window unit, (LG model #LW2412ER), is just over 2 yrs old and the compressor just started staying on

Asked by: Timmy68
There are various reasons as to why the compressor in your LG 24,000 BTU Window Air Conditioner with remote, Model # LW2412ER is "just staying on". Unfortunately, your description does not give enough information to give an accurate assessment of what might be the issue. If you have never had the coils cleaned on this unit, that might be one reason why the compressor keeps running. The condenser in your air conditioner is like a radiator and must stay clean in order to dissipate the heat which was removed from the air. As the coils get dirtier the air conditioner becomes less efficient, which makes it work harder to cool the room. If the coils are dirty enough, the unit will never be able to cool the room and so it won't turn off. Other reasons may require a repair service. If the contacts inside the temperature control thermostat have burned out, the voltage that the control supplies to the fan and the compressor may not be getting there. Your unit has a component known as a thermistor. The thermistor is a sensor which detects the room air temperature which is connected to the control board. If the thermistor is defective it will not have continuity when it should. If this happens the compressor runs all the time. Other reasons could be due to a defective relay board, a defective temperature control board or a defective main board...^IFV
Answered by: LGJoel
Date published: 2015-09-08

Does this unit have a drain hole for condensation?

I've been running this for a few weeks, and it gets water everywhere. There does not seem to be a drain hole like most window AC units. Water is collecting in the bottom pan and eventually dripping out the sides of the unit.
Asked by: chabutna
We regret the inconvenience you have experienced with this air conditioner. Condensed water should all flow to the back of the cabinet, when installed properly in the window. In high-humidity areas, this is expected more frequently.
Answered by: NeilE
Date published: 2017-01-27
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