LG Energy Star 24,000 BTU Window Air Conditioner - White  Model:LW2513ER


  • Height: 17 11/16"
  • Width: 26"
  • Depth: 28"
  • LG Energy Star 24,000 BTU Window Air Conditioner - White
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    LG Energy Star 24,000 BTU Window Air Conditioner - White

    Cool an enormous room this summer with a single A.C. unit with the LG Energy Star 24,000 BTU Window Air Conditioner (LW2513ER). This amazing air conditioner holds the ability to cool up to 1500 sq. feet, making it incredibly powerful and up to the task of keeping even the largest room comfortable this summer. However, the beauty of this unit is more than just in its power as it has a convenient and easy to use digital control panel that can adjust the temperature, fan speed and timer of the unit. A remote control is also included that can adjust these settings from a distance.

    This unit has three (3) fans speeds and four (4) way air deflection, ensuring that the air conditioner has the exact amount of air output that you desire and the air is circulated throughout the entire room leaving no unwanted hot or uncirculated areas. The timer of the unit can be set for up to twelve (12) hours letting you be confident that the air conditioner will not be cooling an unused room when you are not there. In the case of a power outage, LG designed an auto restart feature that gets the unit cooling again without any user interaction once the power is restored. This air conditioner utilizes all of these features while still retaining an Energy Star rating that will be sure to help keep both you and your energy bill comfortable this summer.

    • Power Failure Auto-Restart:

      This convenient feature ensures that the unit starts cooling again after a power outage so you wont have to worry about it

    • Four (4) Way Air Deflection:

      Ensure that the entire room is cooled evenly with amazing four (4) way air deflection

    • Energy Star Rated:

      Save on energy costs and be environmentally friendly with this Energy Star rated appliance

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    Specifications & Manuals

    • Model: LW2513ER
    • Brand: LG
    • Remote control
    • Adjustable timer
    • Four (4) way air deflection
    • Energy saver function
    • 24,000 BTU's
    • Auto restart
    • Three (3) fan speeds
    • Warranty 1 year parts/labor/compressor
    • LG Energy Star 24,000 BTU Window Air Conditioner
    • Electronic controls
    • Energy Star rated
    • Eco options
    • Cooling Area: 1500 sq. ft.
    • Input voltage: 220 V/60 Hz
    • Power: 2600 W/12.1 A
    • Weight: 129 lbs
    • Dimensions: 17 11/16" H x 26" W x 28" D

    Customer Reviews

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    LG Energy Star 24,000 BTU Window Air Conditioner 4.4 5 5 5
    Great product, easy to install This air conditioner works very well in our home. Cools down a large room in a short amount of time. Would recommend it. Price was fair. September 22, 2014
    This product works very well in extreme Tx. heat I bought this ac to replace a 9 year old LG window unit of the same size.It had finally quit after nine summers in Austin,Tx. its over 100 degrees for 3 to 4 months every year.It worked great all that timeand this one looks like it will do the same. August 8, 2013
    Good product at this price Overall this is a good window unit at this price point. It is certainly not perfect, but you will not do any better for the size and cost. Unit is slightly loud, and I had to replace the last one after 4 years of use because the fan is plastic and degraded to the point that it crumbled and fell apart. I will buy another when the time comes. November 1, 2013
    I would recommend this ac I like everything about the ac except the front cover. The two plastic tabs on the top of the cover broke off the first time I put the cover on. I drilled two holes and put screws in to hold the top in. June 2, 2013
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