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Walmart has Arctic King 50-Pint Energy Star Dehumidifier (WDK50AE7N) on sale for $119.78. Shipping is free or you may select in-store pick up if you prefer. Thanks NeverSummer07
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Pepco offers $30 rebate [energystar.gov] for this model. Check your utility company to see if they have rebate.

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Instead of having it on continuously, set it to a humidity setting.

I have mine to turn on at 50% humidity in my basement. It turns on and off when needed. It has been going strong for at least 4 years (that's how long we have owned the house and it was there when we moved in) with no issues. If yours has to constantly run at like the 50% humidity setting, than its likely not big enough. Get another unit or get a bigger one.

With that said, I know they do not last forever, so once a good deal comes around, I'll will likely pick up another.
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im in the market for one, is this good or is it worth waiting for another best buy sale???
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im in the market for one, is this good or is it worth waiting for another best buy sale???
Wondering the same
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im in the market for one, is this good or is it worth waiting for another best buy sale???
Depends its an "OK" deal nothing to get overly excited about best buy usually runs a deal on a 70 pint for around 160. Id wait...
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Depends its an "OK" deal nothing to get overly excited about best buy usually runs a deal on a 70 pint for around 160. Id wait...
Just got the 70 ingsina and like it
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I'm waiting till the 70 pint comes back in stock.
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I have had two GE units that both lasted several years (and I even bought the second one used via Craigslist). Then I bought a Delonghi (sp?) one from Menards that only lasted a summer or maybe two. So I'm hoping to see a GE go on sale again before next summer.
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Then I bought a Delonghi (sp?) one...
Nailed it...
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Has anybody ever put one in their crawl space? If so, which brand?
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This will last for about 2 years, then die
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Peco (Southeast PA) has $50 rebate on energy star dehumidifiers
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Dehumidifiers, great way to ruin the environment - I run mine continuously (in the summer, in my basement) and no model lasted more than 2 years. I recently unplugged one (Frigidaire) which was shutting off by itself, I guess due to overheating. Google search says in all of them the freon leaks and soon you have none left. And there is no way to recharge them. The refrigerators which use similar compressor technology don't seem to lose freon like that.
Instead of having it on continuously, set it to a humidity setting.

I have mine to turn on at 50% humidity in my basement. It turns on and off when needed. It has been going strong for at least 4 years (that's how long we have owned the house and it was there when we moved in) with no issues. If yours has to constantly run at like the 50% humidity setting, than its likely not big enough. Get another unit or get a bigger one.

With that said, I know they do not last forever, so once a good deal comes around, I'll will likely pick up another.
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Has anybody ever put one in their crawl space? If so, which brand?
I recommend Frigidaire.
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