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Best Buy via eBay has Insignia 50-Pint Portable Dehumidifier (White, NS-DH50WH9) on sale for $129.99 (price shown in cart). Shipping is free. Thanks jeelgua

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I previously bought two of the Frigidaire 70 pint which uses about 700W. That one is also on sale at Best Buy for $200. One runs fine but one ran really loud. The compressor was loud and caused a lot of shaking noises. I'll be replacing the loud one with one posted in this deal.

Insignia 50 pint is supposed to use around 500 some watts. I wanted to save energy while running it all day.

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Less then 2 (?) weeks ago?

Eligible for a PSEG rebate for me.

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Been waiting for this to go on sale. Had 2 of the 70 pint Frigidaires as well (latest gen). Both dead with E0 errors right after warranty expired. Wanted to try this brand and hope to have better experience with this one.
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Bought one to try in crawl space. Anyone use this for that purpose?
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Just because the 50 pint uses less energy, you're not really saving energy by running it all day. It all depends on how much moisture you need to remove and how fast. The 70 pint Insignia uses more energy because it removes moisture faster. You can always change the humidity level if you want it to run less.
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Just because the 50 pint uses less energy, you're not really saving energy by running it all day. It all depends on how much moisture you need to remove and how fast. The 70 pint Insignia uses more energy because it removes moisture faster. You can always change the humidity level if you want it to run less.
What is the ideal setting?
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What is the ideal setting?
50% is best level
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Thanks. I'll get a rebate from the power company too.
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Around 45% is good
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Does this automatically turn on after a power outage?
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Just because the 50 pint uses less energy, you're not really saving energy by running it all day. It all depends on how much moisture you need to remove and how fast. The 70 pint Insignia uses more energy because it removes moisture faster. You can always change the humidity level if you want it to run less.
I'm trying to understand what does this thing do. I live in a city with 60-80 % humidity and I was told to get a humidifier to get rid of the moister especially on a hot day but I can't understand how is moister is generally bad. I mean does it attract mosquitos? Or does it cause some folks to sweat more? Honestly, I had never had a dehumidifier and I really want to be informed of other folks experience. Not that I want to buy it right away but informed decision is a winner. Research helps, yes, but I personally like to hear others experience. Hope this make sense.
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I'm trying to understand what does this thing do. I live in a city with 60-80 % humidity and I was told to get a humidifier to get rid of the moister especially on a hot day but I can't understand how is moister is generally bad. I mean does it attract mosquitos? Or does it cause some folks to sweat more? Honestly, I had never had a dehumidifier and I really want to be informed of other folks experience. Not that I want to buy it right away but informed decision is a winner. Research helps, yes, but I personally like to hear others experience. Hope this make sense.
Moist spaces can lead to mold growth.
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Looks like a rebranded Toshiba
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What is the ideal setting?
It depends what you are comfortable with. Typically, if you're in the market for a dehumidifier, you probably have high humidity, probably 60% or more. 50% is probably the lowest setting I would use (basement) and like 45% upstairs.
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