Frigidaire FAH12ER2T 12,000-BTU Through-the-Wall Air Conditioner with 10,000-BTU Heat and Electronic Controls

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Frigidaire FAH12ER2T White Wall Air Conditioner - FAH12ER2. 230.208 Volts. 12,000.10,000 BTUH. 9.0 EER. Cool Amps. Heat Amps. 24 Hour On.Off Timer. 4-Way Air Direction Control. Full Function Electronic Controls. Variable-Speed Fan. White Finish

  • 12,000-BTU air conditioner with 10,000-BTU heat and electronic controls
  • For rooms up to 640 square feet; 9.0 EER; full-function remote
  • Variable-speed fan; 4-way air direction; 24-hour on/off timer
  • Energy-saver and sleep modes; universal trim kit; slide-out filter access
  • Measures 20-1/2 by 24 by 14-1/2 inches; 1-year full warranty
Customer Reviews:
  • Frigidaire FAH12ER2T 12,000-BTU Through-the-Wall Air Conditioner with 10,000-BTU Heat and Electronic Controls
    Product arrived as promised. Easily installed in new construction application. Works great! Price was significantly cheaper at Amazon than through local retailer....more info
  • Great A/C
    I recently moved to a Co-op Complex that has Emerson in the wall units. This unit is easy to install (but very heavy), blows very cold air out and the remote is easy to use. It comes with the stuffer sealer and replacement sealer for inside the wall sleave. My living room is 12' wide and is approx. 36' long. The air circulates rather well and after having the A/C on for a little while, the temperature reader on the remote control did drop severl degrees. This was when we had a heat wave of 93 degrees or higher for several days in a row. It defiantly is powerful, I had the bathroom door closed and it was hot in there while the living room was noticably cooler than earlier. For 12,000 BTU the energy rating was not bad at 9.0 but its not an energy star model. Still, it was much better than the 20 year old A/C that it replaced. I believe the other model that was less than 12,000 BTU had an energy efficiency rating of 9.4 which my maintence guy said isn't really noticable and the new Frigidaire 12,000 BTU model is much better at energy efficiency than the old Emerson that I replaced it with. Still when I replace the other 2 Emerson A/C's I think I'll stick with Frigidaire.

    Update: 7/26/08

    This unit is great! My electric bill is not making me twist my head like from The Exorcist. I just bought its middle sibling, the 10,000 BTU unit for my bedroom and its great. My bill only slightly went up a few dollars but that was it. Last year when I had the Emersons going, the bill was constantly over $70. I got the 10,000 BTU A/C for $350 from PCR. The 12,000 BTU A/C from the same place was about $410 last year. Frigidaire and LG are the only products that we buy. (major appliances) ...more info