Frigidaire 6,000 BTU Low-Profile Window Air Conditioner

Frigidaire 6,000 BTU Low-Profile Window Air Conditioner - Image from Sears

If you need a window air conditioner that will cool down your room without driving up energy costs or blocking too much of your window view, purchase the white Frigidaire 6,000 BTU low-profile window air conditioner (Sears Item No.: 04201018000; Model No.: FRA064VU1).

This air conditioner qualifies as an ENERGY STAR® product, thus decreasing the appliance user’s ecological footprint. The Frigidaire 6,000 BTU low-profile window air conditioner uses just 425 kWh/y in addition to featuring a 24-hour on-and-off timer and having a low voltage start-up.

Ideal for rooms that are up to 216 square feet, the Frigidaire 6,000 BTU low-profile window air conditioner has eight-way air direction control along with three fan-only speeds and three cooling speeds. Electronic controls and a remote control make this air conditioner easy to use. In addition, you can change the direction of the unit’s blowing air simply by adjusting the appliance’s horizontal and vertical louvers.

Changing the Frigidaire 6,000 BTU low-profile window air conditioner’s filter also is simple in that the appliance features a side slide-out filter access. The unit’s antimicrobial rigid mesh filter then is replaceable. In addition, the unit comes with a 24-hour timer. The air conditioner is just 49 pounds.

The Frigidaire 6,000 BTU low-profile window air conditioner features a price of $269.99.
ENERGY STAR® appliances save homeowners on utility costs and create green jobs, with green jobs paving the way for increased employment in a growing American industry.

Visit Sears to purchase this ENERGY STAR® appliance today!

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