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14.1 cu. ft. Upright Freezer

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Amount of Each Payment $89.99 per month Number of Payments for Ownership 18 Total Cost of Ownership $1,619.82
Cash Price $1,013.99 Cost of Lease Services $605.83
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 (excludes lawn equipment). See a store associate for complete details.

GE Appliances 14.1 cu. ft. Upright Freezer

This sleek 14.1 cu. Ft. upright freezer has many features to love. An audible tempurate alarm alerts you if the door is left open or if the temperature rises. LED Interior lighting automatically illuminates when door is open. Slide-out freezer bins help you easily organize and find frozen items. An exterior electronic temperature control lets you easily adjust the temperature and avoid releasing cold air by opening the door.

Key Features

  • 14.1 cubic foot capacity
  • Garage Ready
  • High Temp Alarm
  • External Electric Temperature Controls
  • Turbo Freeze
  • LED Interior Lighting
  • Lock with Key
  • Dimensions 28"W x 62"H x 32"D
  • Freezer Capacity (cu. ft.) 14.1
  • Total Capacity (cu. ft.) 14.1
Product Features:
  • Style Upright
  • Energy Star No
  • Number of Freezer Shelves 4
  • Freezer Shelf Material Wire
  • Freezer Type Upright Freezer
14.1 cu. ft. Upright Freezer is rated 4.9 out of 5 by 584.
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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.

Is this a frost free freezer

Asked by: Roni61
Answered by: Aarons Customer Relations
Date published: 2021-06-21

The outlets in my garage are GFI / 20 Amp breaker will this work OK ? I do not want to hire a electrician to install a dedicated line . Pretty sure all or most New homes ( mine is 3 years old ) have these type of outlets in garage.

Asked by: SGM56
Hello - Thanks for reaching out to us, this is a great question! In general, upright and chest freezers can be installed on a GFI, GFCI or AFCI circuit. The freezer should always be plugged into a properly grounded electrical outlet on an individual 15 or 20 amp circuit. We hope this helps! - Trey@GEA
Answered by: TreyGEA
Date published: 2021-06-02

I need to store ice cream inventory, will this freezer do the job?

Asked by: BillMot
Hi BillMot, We thank you for your interest in GE Appliances. We are happy to help with your inventory questions. Yes this freezer will be able to store ice cream inventory. If you want specific details you will need to provide additional information on quantity and sizes of inventory. It is the highest rated upright freezer lineup in the industry! Please let us know if you require any further assistance. Del@GEA
Answered by: DelGEA
Date published: 2021-03-09

Your specification page says this model is 20 amps. All the other 14 cu ft models say 15 amps. Your manual says all FUF14 models are 15 amps. I would like to purchase this model, but only have a 15 amp dedicated receptacle. Will this work?

Asked by: terry426
Hello terry426, Thank you so much for reaching out and asking this. We appreciate your interest in this amazing freezer. We've got you covered with an answer. This freezer requires 115 Volt AC, 60 Hz, 15- or 20-amp fused, grounded electrical supply. So you can use 15 amp if that is all you have and it would work just fine. Thank you again for your interest. We hope you stay safe. Jonathon@GEA
Answered by: JonathonatGEA
Date published: 2021-02-15

Where is the rating panel located?

Asked by: Anonymous
Hello Anonymous, Thank you for reaching out to us here at GEA! We are always happy to assist! You can find the rating panel to your freezer in the link I have attached below. https://www.geappliances.com/ge/find-model-serial-number/upright-freezers.htm Please let us know if you have any additional questions! Del@GEA
Answered by: DelGEA
Date published: 2021-02-03

At what temperature does the alarm sound? Why is there no indicator for temperature inside the freezer?

Asked by: Anonymous
Hello, Anonymous We hope you are staying safe and feeling well. Thanks for reaching out and asking us this. The temperature alarm for this freezer will sound off when it reaches 20 degrees above the set temperature. The display inside shows the set temperature and not the actual. We also apologize about this model not coming with an inside thermometer, we are absolutely forwarding that information to our product team. Hope this helps! Let us know if you have other questions! Jonathon@GEA
Answered by: JonathonatGEA
Date published: 2021-01-13

Im in the market for an upright freezer and I am looking for one that has the ability to add an ice maker

Asked by: gapmo2
Hi gapmo2, Thank you for reaching out to us and for your interest in GE Appliances. We apologize for our delay responding and are happy to help. We are sorry to say this model does not come with an icemaker and we do not offer an icemaker as an accessory. We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause. Chase@GEA
Answered by: ChaseAtGEA
Date published: 2020-12-23

how many amps does this GE model # FUF14SMRWW pull?

Asked by: redbirdgran
Hi redbirdgran, Thanks for reaching out. We're happy to answer your question. We do not have this information and apologize for this inconvenience. The running amps and volts are listed on all rating plates. Appliances with compressors (ex. refrigerators, freezers, air conditioners, dehumidifiers), there is a brief surge of power when the compressor cycles on. This is called the "surge" or "start-up" amps, and is about 2x to 3x the running amps. We hope this information helps. Best wishes. Mike@GEA
Answered by: GEAMike
Date published: 2020-12-11
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