|Item Weight||100 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||25.6 x 25.4 x 17.8 inches|
|Item model number||FRA156MT1|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Coverage||15001 - 17000|
|Warranty Description||window-mounted air conditioner, remote control, mounting kit, manual /warranty|
Frigidaire FRA156MT1 15,100 BTU Window-Mounted Median Room Air Conditioner
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From the Manufacturer
This unit has an Energy Efficiency Ratio of 10.7 and is sure to provide you with savings, along with convenient, cool comfort. In Energy-saver mode the fan continues to run for 1 minute after the compressor shuts off. The fan then cycles on for 20 seconds at 10 minute intervals until the room temperature is above the set temperature, at which time the compressor turns back on. The low voltage operation and Energy Saver mode help to conserve energy and save you money.
Frigidaire Heavy-Duty Window Air Conditioner
Frigidaire's FRA156MT1 15,100 BTU 115-Volt Window-Mounted Median Air Conditioner is perfect for rooms up to 900 square feet. It quickly cools the room on hot days and quiet operation keeps you cool without keeping you awake. Low voltage start-up and operation conserves energy and saves you money. Ready-Select electronic controls allow you to set the comfort level to your preference, while the convenient temperature readout displays the set temperature. Effortless temperature sensing remote control allows you to see, set and maintain room temperature from across the room. The multi-speed fan features three different fan speeds for more cooling flexibility and the multi-directional comfort control design allows you to easily control the direction of the cool air, wherever the unit is mounted. Plus, the clean air ionizer removes pollen and impurities from the air providing relief for allergy sufferers.
Window-Mounted Median Design
15,100 BTU 115-volt window-mounted median air conditioner
Optional Side Panels extend so you can adjust your unit to fit your window
Tilt-out, antimicrobial mesh filter with clean filter alert cleans the air removing harmful bacteria
Clean air ionizer removes pollen and impurities from the air providing relief for allergy sufferers
Fresh air vent and exhaust control remove odors and freshen the air
Ready-select electronic controls allow you to easily select options with the touch of a button
3 cooling speeds and 3 fan speeds for more cooling flexibility
Effortless temperature control maintains preset room temperature so you will remain at your comfort level
Effortless restart automatically resumes operating at its previous settings when power is restored
4-way air direction control allows you to direct the air where you want it
Auto cool mode allows the fan to adjust speeds as the room temperature changes
Temperature Sensing Remote Control
Effortless temperature sensing remote control allows you to see, set and maintain room temperature from across the room
Sleep mode gradually increases room temperature after being activated
24-hour on/off timer cools on your schedule
|Dimensions (H x D x W)||17.85 x 25.37 x 23.63 inches||17.85 x 25.37 x 23.63 inches||17.85 x 25.37 x 23.63 inches||18.6 x 26.6 x 26.5 inches||18.6 x 26.6 x 26.5 inches||18.6 x 26.6 x 26.5 inches|
|Cool Area (Sq. Ft.)||900||1170||1170||1435||1672||1672|
|Plug Type (NEMA)||LCDI, 5-15P||LCDI, 6-15P||LCDI, 6-30P||LCDI, 6-15P||LCDI, 6-20P||LCDI, 6-30P|
Top Customer Reviews
This is as big as you can go with 110 volt plug. It takes 12 AMP of power, so whatever circuit you plug it into will likely have little room for anything else (think entertainment center, microwave, etc.)
Beware of window height. Some window styles won't open high enough - Check yours.
Pain to install. Takes me 2 people and 45 mins every time I do one of these big boys.
Cold? Oh yes. It's the full 15,000 BTU. A mighty blizzard compared even to the 12,000 units. It will cool whatever room you put it in and probably the adjoining ones too.
Loud? Compared to others on the market today yes. Compared to even 5 years ago? Not really.
If you've got the window to fit it in and the significant wad of extra cash to pay for the size premium, the only concern I would have is 1) noise and 2) shipping. (This unit's box is just too much for one poor delivery man whereas the smaller box for the 6/8/10/12K BTU units is manageable).
3 stars because I think it's overpriced and find Frigidaire of avg. quality.
Also to consider...Read more ›
On the plus side, they are powerful and do a great job cooling my 1600 sq ft first floor (with 10ft ceilings). Another plus is they run off 110 volt line, so you can plug them into regular outlets. On the other hand, they take 12 amps (rated, and I measured it). So you basically still need a dedicated 15amp circuit for these puppies.
Anyways, I also bought 3 of the smaller models--all have same operation, remotes. Very straightforward. I love the remote sensing feature--I can put the remote up higher and on the other side of the room and set the thermostat, and it is much more accurate that way (just buy some rechargeable AAA batteries to keep em going). I like the energy saver mode--these use that all the time, so it turns off once it reaches the desired temp and comes on as needed.
They are not quiet, but I doubt your bedroom is big enough such that you'd be sleeping with them; however, don't put them in the TV room--you'll have to turn it up loud. I planned on that and intentionally put them in the other rooms on the first floor--they keep the whole floor cool without being a bother that way. Actually, they may be just a tad too much for my needs, but not so much that it is a problem (e.g., no moisture issues).Read more ›
This is a good video (not Frigidaire video) that I found on YouTube, which might give you an idea what you have to do:
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Things I want to point out to FRIGIDAIRE:
1) The manual is absolutely garbage. Must be thorough and have some zoomed in pictures for better idea.
2) Different screws were all in the same bag, and I really can't tell the difference between 5/16", 7/16" from all the other different screws in a tiny bag. This took me longest to figure out which screws go where. And I had ten screws left after installing the unit, since I used my own long screws to stabilize the unit. I was very puzzled during the process if I am doing thing right.
3) The supporter that was included is just pure garbage. It is just a triangle looking piece of metal that you need "perfect precise height" of the window and the window sill to be useful. Instead, I had to buy $40 supporter at Lowes, which also gave me a big problem.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Been using it for quite a while now and it does just what it's supposed to do (keep me cool) Fairly large room with a cathedral ceiling balcony and kitchen beneath the balcony.Published 3 days ago by ibaconi
This is an absolute piece of junk, add a Squaretrade extended warranty and you have 2 pieces of junk. I have had 3 of these units, 2 I purchased at the same time. Read morePublished 9 days ago by Jerry S. Snow
I bought this to start using Summer 2012. It's 4 Summers later, 2016 and it works great. I love the economy feature which lets it come on when a preset temp is reached. Read morePublished 14 days ago by LindaT25
This is pretty loud and doesn't cool as well as other lower BTU window a/c units I've had. I really expected more for the price.Published 1 month ago by Terrianne Stjern
We have an entire floor that is open downstairs and it is so large that I didn't think any window conditioner could solve our PA humidity and heat issues. Read morePublished 1 month ago by D.E.S.
Works good but the side stretching thing was not attached and didn't come with screws to put it onPublished 4 months ago by C. bachtel
I have two of these. One works well and the other doesn't.
39 months old. [...]
I love love love this AC unit. It's heavy so was a bit tricky to get it installed by myself but once it was assembled and in the window it kept my small house cool all summer with... Read morePublished 7 months ago by Theresa R