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5K BTU Window Mount Air Conditioner

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Amount of Each Payment $89.99 per month Number of Payments for Ownership 6 Total Cost of Ownership $539.94
Cash Price $379.99 Cost of Lease Services $159.95
Does Aaron's check my credit?
As part of our digital approval processes, Aaron’s will check credit history and creditworthiness and rely upon customer reports and information obtained from third-parties in considering your application. We do check credit sources; however, we look at many other data points to make a final decision, and we regularly approve customers that other stores won’t, including customers with less than perfect credit or very little credit history.
How do I make my payments?
Your first payment for an online order must be made using a debit or credit card. Once the first payment is made, your local store will accept cash, checks, money orders, and all major credit cards, or you can continue to pay online. If you are interested in online payments, please go to myaccount.aarons.com and click on “Register.”
Can I pay out my lease early?
Yes. You can purchase the product at any time. If your ownership plan is longer than 6 months, you can take advantage of Aaron’s same as cash option. For those new agreements with a payment option longer than 6 months, if you payout your merchandise within the applicable same as cash period, you will pay the cash price, plus tax and applicable fees (if any). The same as cash period varies by location but is generally 120 days. For California residents the same as cash option is 90 days for all rental purchase agreements.
In addition, after the same as cash option expires, you can purchase the merchandise for more than the cash price but less than the total of remaining lease payments, as described in your lease agreement. This early purchase option amount varies by state and is explained in the lease agreement.
What is Aaron's return policy?
Once your item has been delivered, you can contact your local store to schedule a time for return or pick-up as stated in your agreement. However, you will not receive a refund. But don’t forget about our lifetime reinstatement benefit; you can restart your lease anytime you like on the same or comparable value merchandise. Lawn equipment, seasonal items, and special order merchandise are excluded from the lifetime reinstatement benefit. See a store associate for complete details.
Description

Brand Name: General Electric
Item Description: 5,000 BTU Air Conditioner
Descriptive Item Features: This functional 5,050 BTU room air conditioner has many features to love. This model includes 2 speeds, a 24-hour timer, mechanical electronic controls with remote, and slide out filter.

Key Features:

  • 5,050 BTU's
  • Mechanical Electronic controls w/remote
  • 2 way louver style
  • 2 speeds
  • Slide out Filter
  • Energy Saver
  • 24 Hour Timer
Specs
Size:
  • Dimensions 16.44''W x 12.56''H x 15.00''D
Product Features:
  • Product Type Window A/C
  • Energy Star No
  • Cooling Capacity (BTUs) 5150
  • Coverage Area (Sq. Ft.) 100-150
  • Energy Efficiency Ratio 11
  • Moisture Removal (Pints per day) 24
  • Controls Mechanical Electronic
  • Fan Speeds 2
Reviews
5K BTU Window Mount Air Conditioner is rated 4.3 out of 5 by 79.
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Product Questions
Have a question about a product? Ask away! Our team will get back to you with the answer. Need an answer quickly or immediate assistance with your order? Feel free to chat with us.

What is the noise level in db

Asked by: GlenV
Hello! Thank you for reaching out to us at GE Appliances. We are happy to help! We apologize to inform you that, with few exceptions, sone or decibel ratings are not available for room air conditioners. This air conditioner has not been rated for sound performance. With residential air conditioners, sound levels are actually more dependent on installation factors than on the sound produced by the unit. The installation variables can depend on (but is not limited to): Location of the unit (ex. attic, etc.) Type of unit (wall or window mounted) How it is mounted. We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause. If any further assistance is needed, please feel free to reach out to us! - Brittany@GEA
Answered by: BrittanyatGEA
Date published: 2021-05-06

I would like to know if the fan and the compressor shut off when the room gets to temperature. I want one like the older models that shut off both.

Asked by: ricky6
Hi!, Thank you for reaching out. This is a great question! Yes, the fan and the compressor will shut off when the room gets to temperature. Note: When the compressor cycles on or off, a metallic click sound from the thermostat may be heard. This is normal. For the best room temperature control, set the energy saver or fan cycle switch to continuous or normal so that the fans runs continuously. Thanks for checking! Dom@GEA
Answered by: DomatGEA
Date published: 2021-04-14

I bought this product less than a year ago, and it worked really well for the first 4 months. Now when I use it on the "cool" modes, it does not blow cold air at all. I've cleaned the filter a few times, and that has not helped. What do I do?

Asked by: AveryG
Hello AveryG, Thank you for contacting us here at GE Appliances. Our apologies for the issues you are having with your air conditioner. We are here to assist you. Indoor airflow may be restricted. Make sure there are not curtains, blinds or furniture blocking the front of the air conditioner. Also cold air could be escaping. Check for open furnace registers and cold air returns. If the issue is not resolved, service is needed. You can schedule an appointment by calling 1-800-432-2737, Mon-Fri 7 am – 10 pm ET, Sat-Sun 8 am – 6 pm ET or schedule online anytime at: http://www.geappliances.com/ge/service-and-support/service.htm Please let us know if you require any further assistance. Del@GEA
Answered by: DelGEA
Date published: 2021-03-30

Will this unit automatically cycle off when it has cooled the room or do you have to manually turn the unit off when you feel the room is cool enough? 

Asked by: Ernie127
ONLY IF YOU SET THE THERMOSTAT, DEPENDING ON THE SETTING OF THE THERMOSTAT THE AC WILL EITHER COOL UNTIL IT REACHES THE SETTING YOU HAVE IT ON IF THE THERMOSTAT IS LEFT AT MAX THEN NO IT WILL NOT TURN OFF , IF YOU SET THERMOSTAT TO 5 IT WILL COOL UNTIL IT REACHES THAT TEMP AND THEN YOU WILL HEAR THE COMPRESSOR TURN OFF THE MINUTE THE ROOM RISES ABOVE THAT SETTING THE AC COMPRESSOR WILL REENGAGE AND BEGIN TO COOL THE ROOM AGAIN..
Answered by: BAMBU
Date published: 2020-08-09

I installed this air conditioner and turned it on for the first time and it is making a super loud noise. If I switch it to fan mode it stops. Once I switch it back to high cool it’s quiet for a couple minutes then continues the super loud noise. Why?!

Asked by: Karlyw93
Hi Karlyw93 - Thanks for reaching out to us. We are sorry to hear the unit is making a loud noise while the compressor is operating. The operating sound of the compressor will be louder than when the fan only is operating. A hum or roar sound can be heard from the compressor when it cycles on and off. When you hear this noise, the unit is operating normally to provide cooling. See AIR CONDITIONERS NORMAL NOISES: https://products.geappliances.com/appliance/gea-support-search-content?contentId=16751 Be certain the air conditioner is secure and properly installed in the window. See AIR CONDITIONERS RATTLING NOISE: https://products.geappliances.com/appliance/gea-support-search-content?contentId=16750 We hope this is helpful. Keep in touch!
Answered by: Sue at GEA
Date published: 2020-06-19

Why does this unit have a California Proposition 65 warning?

Asked by: Melissa1315
Hello Melissa1315 - Thank you fro your inquiry; we are happy to help! We provide the warning to comply with California law and because a Prop 65 chemical may be present. Exposure limits do not exist for all 900+ chemicals. GE Appliances complies with all federal, state and international requirements regarding hazardous substances. We also voluntarily identify, reduce and eliminate to the extent possible materials of potential concern from our products, even when not required by law. We have established processes to ensure that GE Appliances brand products meet all applicable hazardous substances legal requirements and our own product safety and environmental standards. Thanks for checking!
Answered by: OlgaB
Date published: 2020-06-12

Why did you take out of your specs the EER, SEER ratings??? Also the AMP rating of 4.0 ??? Why is your humidity rating DOWN to 1 pint per hour??? It was 1.3 pints perhour.!!!

Asked by: Lawrence T
Hi Lawrence T - Thanks for considering GE and for sharing your concerns with us. Specifications for products and services are subject to change without notice. CEER for this model is 11.0. CEER (Combined Energy Efficiency Ratio) is the new standard by which Window Air conditioners are rated by the DOE (Department of Energy), as of June 2014. It takes in account the energy used while the air conditioner is running, as well as the standby power used when the unit is not running but is powered on. Room air conditioners do not have SEER ratings. EER (Energy Efficiency Ratio) is a measure of how efficiently a cooling system will operate when the outdoor temperature is at a specific level. The higher the EER, the more efficient the system. It is calculated by dividing the cooling capacity in BTUs per hour (BTUH) by the power input in watts. EER is expressed as BTUH/watts. CEER (Combined Energy Efficiency Ratio) is the new standard by which Window Air conditioners are rated by the DOE (Department of Energy), as of June 2014. It takes in account the energy used while the air conditioner is running, as well as the standby power used when the unit is not running but is powered on. SEER (Seasonal Energy Efficiency Ratio) is most commonly used to measure the efficiency of a central air conditioner. SEER measures how efficiently a cooling system will operate over an entire season. The higher the SEER, the more efficient the system. Keep in touch!
Answered by: Sue at GEA
Date published: 2021-05-27

Could we pick the item up from in store on a new lease or does it have to be delivered?

Asked by: Along
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