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Frigidaire FAA062P7


$139.00 Released January, 2009

Product Shot 1 The Pros:Energy Star compliant. Fairly light (48 pounds). Mechanical controls allow for a greater variety of temperature settings.

The Cons:Noisy. Cheap construction. Poor filter is like a screen door mesh - will not filter anything and will lead to the evaporator being clogged.

The Frigidaire FAA062P7 is an ENERGY STAR compliant and extremely compact window air-conditioning unit for use with rooms up to 215 square feet. Weighing at just 48 pounds and outputting 6,000 BTU, the Frigidaire FAA062P7 features mechanical rotary controls so that users can simply ‘dial’ their desired temperature, a rigid mesh filter that can be washed in water, and a pleated quick-mount window mounting kit.

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The FAA062P7 also features 8-way air direction control that ensures cool air hits every part of one’s room. The Frigidaire FAA062P7 retails for $139.00 in white and comes with a full 1 year warranty and a limited 2-5 year warranty. A 20% discount is available on an Extended Service Contract if purchased within 6 months from the date of purchase.

Features

  • Supports 215 Sq. Ft.
  • 6,000 BTU
  • Mechanical Rotary Controls
  • Washable Filter
  • Window Mounting Kit
  • 8-Way Air Direction Control
  • 1 Year Full Warranty
  • 2-5 Year Limited Warranty
  • 20% Extended Warranty Discount

Available Colors

  • FAA062P7 (White) – MSRP: $139.00

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Pros
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    Energy Star compliant

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    fairly light (48 pounds)

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    mechanical controls allow for a greater variety of temperature settings

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    affordable

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    full 1-year, limited 2-5 warranty

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    straightforward installation

Cons
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    noisy

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    cheap construction

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    poor filter is like a screen door mesh - will not filter anything and will lead to the evaporator being clogged

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    made in China

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    nobs are difficult to read

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