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LG 1.5 Ton 2 Star DUAL Inverter Split AC (PS-Q18ZNVE) Price In India Starts From Rs.38890 The best price of LG 1.5 Ton 2 Star DUAL Inverter Split AC (PS-Q18ZNVE) is Rs.38890 on Amazon.
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|LCD display on unit||:||Yes|
|LCD display on remote||:||Yes|
|Product Warranty||:||1 Year|
|Compressor Warranty||:||10 Years|
|Compressor Type||:||Dual Rotary|
|Refigerant Gas||:||R 32|
|Airflow Output (CFM)||:||441|
|Noise Level Indoor||:||26 dB|
|Power Consumption||:||1800 W|
|Power Supply Range||:||230 V|
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