Protects your home from mold and mildew caused by excess moisture Helps eliminate bacteria in the air that can make breathing difficult Effortless humidity control allows you to control the exact percentage of humidity in your room Continuous operation is possible when unit is located near a suitable drain Effortless full tank alert system with auto shut-off
In 4 1. Just got a house, so this will be pretty useful especially during the muggy summer days
posted: Jun. 26, 2013 @ 6:09a
Just going to warn everyone that I had this exact same model. It lasted one season and then quit working. The fan would run but the compressor would not kick in. It worked great prior to that.
posted: Jun. 26, 2013 @ 7:28a
As an FYI, I've been through my fair share of dehumidifiers, mostly big name refrigerator brands and the coils rust out after a couple of seasons, the refrigerant leaks out and they stop getting cold and removing the humidity.
I have one of these 70pint models and it works great.
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posted: Jul. 3, 2013 @ 10:50p
Just got mine - it's AWESOME! I was afraid that the house would feel like a dry sauna, but dry air feels so awesome on the skin even if it's warmer. But if it is too hot in the room, the air conditioner doesn't need to work as hard to cool it. On top of that the moisture that's coming out is moisture that won't be forming mildew/mold so it's helping the building itself.
Easily one of the best things I've purchased this year.
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posted: Jul. 13, 2013 @ 10:13a
got one OP thanks...we have had floods here and need something to dry out the basement...Amaxon has some good reviews and some bad reviews but it seems modern dehumidfiers dont last as long as the old models...time will tell...
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posted: Sep. 13, 2013 @ 7:16a
I bought this in June and it just has been sitting here not being used...who wants tons of hot air blowing into an already 90 degree room just to get some moisture out? I've looked to turn the blower off so the hot air from this unit wont circulate through out the room but there is no way to do that unless I hack this thing. It seems well built but I dont like the hot air blower effect! Any advice?
posted: Sep. 17, 2013 @ 5:39a
What mateal are the coils made of?
posted: Sep. 17, 2013 @ 5:40a
err...what metal are the coils made of. Damn my fingers...
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