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LG LW8016ER 8,000 BTU 115V Window-Mounted Air Conditioner with Remote Control ~ On sale for: $219.00 ~ Down from: $309.97

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Last Edited by jersharocks August 5, 2016 at 07:33 AM
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  • 2016 Energy Star: 12.1 Energy Efficiency Ratio (EER)
  • Slide in-out chasis air conditioner for window-mounted installation
  • 8,000 BTUs cools a room up to 340 sq.ft.
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Specifications
  • Volts: 115 V Volts
  • BTU: 8000.0
  • Maximum Room Size: 340 sq ft Square Feet
  • Color: White
  • Manufacturer Part Number: LW8016ER
  • Number of Speeds: 3.0
  • Model: LW8016ER
  • Brand: LG
  • Features: 24 Hour Timer , Energy Saving Setting , Remote Control , Variable Fan Speeds
  • Assembled Product Dimensions (L x W x H): 19.60 x 19.40 x 12.40 Inches
http://www.walmart.com/ip/LG-LW80...l/50703851
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Guessing the LG LW8016ER is similar to the LG LW8014ER listed as a CR Best Buy.

$219 Amazon [amazon.com]


Master bedroom or playroom (250 to 400 square feet)

The GE AEM08LT, $300, was tops in its class with excellent scores for cooling a medium-size room. It cruised through our brownout test, which tests if a unit can restart when voltage is low. But it was a bit noisy when the fan was on high.

The LG LW8014ER, $240, a CR Best Buy, has very good scores for cooling and aced the brownout test. It was also somewhat noisy with the fan was on high.

https://www.yahoo.com/news/size-a...00159.html


Size up your needs

Window air conditioners typically have cooling capacities ranging from 5,000 to 12,500 British Thermal Units (BTUs). But don't buy by BTU alone. As a rule of thumb, an air conditioner needs 20 BTU for each square foot of living space but there are other considerations such as the height of your ceiling and the size of your windows and doorways. To measure your room, multiply the length of the room by the width. Energy Star recommends that you make adjustments for the following circumstances:

If the room is heavily shaded, reduce capacity by 10 percent.
If the room is very sunny, increase capacity by 10 percent.
If more than two people regularly occupy the room, add 600 BTUs for each additional person.
If the unit is used in a kitchen, increase capacity by 4,000 BTUs.
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Last edited by WindySummer August 3, 2016 at 09:38 AM
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FWIW--------I have a 6000 btu LG that is now in its 6th season (bought @ Home Depot)-----so, far, no problems------------for me, it's an annoyance that it "tests" the air temp. every 2 minutes whereas the Frigidaire at the other end of the house checks it every 10 minutes---------other than that, no complaints.
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Just FYI, this unit has been $239 at Home Depot for quite some time. I bought it there a couple of months ago and it's pretty decent. I agree that the periodic air temp check can be a bit annoying (I think it's every three minutes on this unit), but that's my only real complaint as well. Guess I'll be filing for Price Protection with Discover to get back $20. Thanks, OP!
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I just bought the same unit. Dropped at 10 feet had it bounce off the ground and it barely dented the case. Definitely a bit awkward on the install due to the long case. Overall a very good unit after you get the filter to stop rattling. Much quieter after that.

My filter rattle before I dropped it by the way.
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FYI it's basically the same series sold since 2011, and that's not a bad thing. looking by the energy guide it is 20% more efficient than the one I bought in 2012, so feature and looks wise it's only a little different every year, but i appreciate them being more competitive by bumping up the efficiency.
Fan can be noisy at the high setting, and in energy saver mode, it is a little agressive in turning off the machine, but very satisfied.

Solid buy.
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I never buy electronics form Walmart since they pressure companies for the cheapest price they can get and the companies substitute cheaper parts in the item to lower the cost which is why they have a different Item number then companies like Best Buy or others who are more expensive.
http://www.cbsnews.com/news/what-...7-05-2011/
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Quote from CptSavAHo View Post :
I just bought the same unit. Dropped at 10 feet had it bounce off the ground and it barely dented the case. Definitely a bit awkward on the install due to the long case. Overall a very good unit after you get the filter to stop rattling. Much quieter after that.

My filter rattle before I dropped it by the way.
Does it have a fresh air VENT?
My latest air conditioner does not
and it would OFTEN be advantageous to
simply blow fresh air through the room.
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It does have a vent switch for fresh air.
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I never buy electronics form Walmart since they pressure companies for the cheapest price they can get and the companies substitute cheaper parts in the item to lower the cost which is why they have a different Item number then companies like Best Buy or others who are more expensive.
http://www.cbsnews.com/news/what-...7-05-2011/
That article mentions nothing about what you said. It simply states to go to BB for electronics because you get better service from Geek Squad (right.....) and better choices in accessories.
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Quote from pifhluk233 View Post :
That article mentions nothing about what you said. It simply states to go to BB for electronics because you get better service from Geek Squad (right.....) and better choices in accessories.
Yeah sorry clicked the wrong link
http://message.snopes.com/showthread.php?t=41823 or
http://arstechnica.com/civis/view...?t=1116676
Walmart does sell cheaper (as in quality) TVs from top line manufacturers. However, when they do that, they don't sell it under the same model number as one of their higher end products. Remember, it doesn't help the manufacturer if you end up with a product that you think is good but is actually crap.

So, do your research on the internet for whatever brand/model you are thinking about buying.
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