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10,000 BTU Frigidaire 115-Volt Window Air Conditioner w/ Remote + Wi-Fi (White)

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Walmart has 10,000 BTU Frigidaire 115-Volt Window Air Conditioner w/ Remote + Wi-Fi (White, FHWW102WCE) for $294. Shipping is free.

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Key Features:
  • Efficiently cools your 450 square foot office or home.
  • Adjust room temperature with your smart device using Wifi and the Frigidaire app.
  • Voice-controlled with Amazon Alexa & Google Assistant.
  • Effortless Temperature Control delivers steady temprature control in you home or office
  • Programmable 24-Hour On/Off Timer allows customized times to fit your schedule for immediate comfort when you get home.
  • Sleep mode provides maximum comfort throughout the evening hours while delivering energy savings.
  • Multi directional airflow and three different fan speeds.
  • Clean filter alert notifying you it is time to clean your easy-to-clean washable filters.
  • Automatic restart which resumes operating when the power is restored.
  • 12 month limited warranty

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Frigidaire 10,000 BTU 115-Volt Window Air Conditioner with Remote, WIFI, White, FHWW102WCE for $294 shipped by Walmart.

https://www.walmart.com/ip/Frigid.../297754808

Frigidaire units of this size sell for around $350 during summer time.

1 year warranty from Frigidaire.
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SmilingHorn3826 asked this question on 03-24-2021 at 07:43 AM
03-25-2021 at 12:33 AM
This is what I dislike about these modern air conditioners:
copied from the walmart description
"Automatic restart which resumes operating when the power is restored. "
This a big reason for power outages where I live. A pole gets knocked down and power is lost and then soon rerouted. But there is a huge load of AC units restarting that can cause cascades, and the power browns or blacks again.
This was a problem with a mechanical switch, of course, but with new ones they should be made to delay restart a random time from 30 sec to a few minutes to prevent the cascade.

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I've had great luck with Frigidaire and LG

$300 for 10K is not a great price for this type of model
but people have to realize there are commodity shortages
international shipping bottlenecks, and so forth,
so finding fair price in stock is a good deal now.

don't wait till summer - you won't find inventory by then.
The efficiency rating is only 10.9 seer. Maybe this is an old model. It is sold exclusively at Walmart. Most new ones are rated 11.4-12.0.
Use portable instead? The unit would sit on floor, the exhaust tube would go to window, and they normally have an extendable window block cover that can be oriented any direction.

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Repped 4 units, googled similar units/specs, all are $150 more expensive. Hope they turn out great units.
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Quote from califas_oc :
Repped 4 units, googled similar units/specs, all are $150 more expensive. Hope they turn out great units.
Have a 12,000 in my home & 8,000 in an outbuilding perhaps 6-7 years old. Have served me well thus far. Repped, OP.
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Deal, won't be this price mid summer
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Anyone have any tips on putting these into casement windows (sideways closing and opening)? Only have 2 windows in the studio I'm in and they are both casement.
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Get a casement ac?
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Anyone have any tips on putting these into casement windows (sideways closing and opening)? Only have 2 windows in the studio I'm in and they are both casement.
If it fits width wise in the window you just need to make something to cover the open area above the AC. I use regular AC units in my casement windows with a piece of plywood to cover the opening above the unit. However, I suspect this one is too wide to fit in most casement window openings. If that's the case, nothing you can do. You can't turn them on their sides to get it to fit.
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I've had great luck with Frigidaire and LG

$300 for 10K is not a great price for this type of model
but people have to realize there are commodity shortages
international shipping bottlenecks, and so forth,
so finding fair price in stock is a good deal now.

don't wait till summer - you won't find inventory by then.
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The efficiency rating is only 10.9 seer. Maybe this is an old model. It is sold exclusively at Walmart. Most new ones are rated 11.4-12.0.
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I just purchased this unit [lg.com]. Should I return mine then get the Frigidaire one?
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What's a good price for 5K btu? Saw one for $99 maybe 2 years ago, but only seeing $150+ now.
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If it fits width wise in the window you just need to make something to cover the open area above the AC. I use regular AC units in my casement windows with a piece of plywood to cover the opening above the unit. However, I suspect this one is too wide to fit in most casement window openings. If that's the case, nothing you can do. You can't turn them on their sides to get it to fit.
I'm confused: how does it hang in the window frame? My experience with these is all the weight goes on the top lip, which wouldn't be touching anything in a casement window.
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Anyone have any tips on putting these into casement windows (sideways closing and opening)? Only have 2 windows in the studio I'm in and they are both casement.
Use portable instead? The unit would sit on floor, the exhaust tube would go to window, and they normally have an extendable window block cover that can be oriented any direction.
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Anyone have any tips on putting these into casement windows (sideways closing and opening)? Only have 2 windows in the studio I'm in and they are both casement.

I know someone who had this issue. They had casement windows and were not allowed to drill any holes or remove the window sashes. What they did was put an AC unit on a steel rack placed up against the window (not actually on or even touching the window), and then use cardboard/bubble wrap/duct tape to seal off the back of the AC unit so it was exposed to the open window but not to the inside of the room. It was bulky and ugly but temporary and while I'm sure there was some leakage, it worked pretty well.


The other options are getting a portable unit, which is either inefficient single-hose or expensive dual-hose, or a casement unit which is also much more expensive than a standard window unit.
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