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Thanks! Been waiting for a good deal for a while and amazon has this one listed for $270. Pump option sounds great, too.
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Damn I got this at Costco for $170. Is the $35 cheaper at Woot preferred over Costco's superior return policy?
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never buy a dehumidifier with a built in pump. they use the cheapest components and typically die in a year or so. if you have to pump the water out use a condensate pumo. little giant makes good ones for about $40 and will last you a lot longer.
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My Hisense pump actually did break. What do you mean about the condensate pump ?
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never buy a dehumidifier with a built in pump. they use the cheapest components and typically die in a year or so. if you have to pump the water out use a condensate pumo. little giant makes good ones for about $40 and will last you a lot longer.
How do you connect the little giant pump to a dehumidifier?
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He is talking about a pump like this.
https://www.amazon.com/Little-VCMA-15UL-Automatic-Condensate-Removal/dp/B000CCMUCM/ref=pd_lpo_sbs_60... [amazon.com]

Then the hose of the dehumidifier goes to the pump then a hose from the pump to where ever you need.
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He is talking about a pump like this.
https://www.amazon.com/Little-VCMA-15UL-Automatic-Condensate-Removal/dp/B000CCMUCM/ref=pd_lpo_sbs_60... [amazon.com]

Then the hose of the dehumidifier goes to the pump then a hose from the pump to where ever you need.
So I connect the gravity drain hose (not the pump hose) to this condensate pump and then run the condensate hose to my sink right ?
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So I connect the gravity drain hose (not the pump hose) to this condensate pump and then run the condensate hose to my sink right ?
Correct
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never buy a dehumidifier with a built in pump. they use the cheapest components and typically die in a year or so. if you have to pump the water out use a condensate pumo. little giant makes good ones for about $40 and will last you a lot longer.
If the pump breaks, does the dehumidifier no longer work?
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This is a great deal we just got a house and I was searching for one two weeks ago. Cheapest with pump I could find was around 200 250 went with the GE.. This is a steal!.. And yes don't cheap out on the pump option..It's a totally worth it..
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never buy a dehumidifier with a built in pump. they use the cheapest components and typically die in a year or so. if you have to pump the water out use a condensate pumo. little giant makes good ones for about $40 and will last you a lot longer.
Pump or no pump, where can you buy a namebrand 70 pint dehumidifier for cheaper than this? If the pump lasts a year and breaks then buy a condensate pump at that point right?
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Damn I got this at Costco for $170. Is the $35 cheaper at Woot preferred over Costco's superior return policy?
Two cents worth -
Limited 1 year warranty from Woot. If you intend to use it for 6-8 hours a day and for more than 30-45 days a year I'd either keep the Costco one or see if SquareTrade's small appliance extended warranty is cheaper.
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Limited 1 year warranty from Woot. If you intend to use it for 6-8 hours a day and for more than 30-45 days a year I'd either keep the Costco one or see if SquareTrade's small appliance extended warranty is cheaper.
I use one in my basement in hot Philly. My entire bin is full every morning by the time I get home from work. I am about to overdraft to buy this TBH. Stick Out Tongue
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