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Best Buy via eBay has Insignia 50-Pint Dehumidifier (NS-DH50WH1, White) on sale for $159.99 (price displayed in cart). Shipping is free.

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    • Features 50 pints/day dehumidification with a 6.3 quart bucket capacity.
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Looks like a pretty decent deal to me with free shipping. I just got finished buying one for myself with two day shipping.

https://www.bestbuy.com/site/insi...=212&loc=1 - now $151.99 >Now $159.99
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random2000 asked this question on 07-22-2021 at 10:07 AM
07-22-2021 at 10:07 AM
This is almost certainly the Danby rebranded. I have it and it looks exactly the same.
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07-22-2021 at 10:42 AM
Yes, you can discharge the pure water condensate that a dehumidifier produces into your sump pit without harming anything and allow your sump pump to handle pumping it elsewhere.

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By the way, here are the items I used to make that custom connection from post #2 if anyone is wondering:

B&K 3/4-in x 3/8-in dia Threaded Barb x Garden Hose Adapter Fitting

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EZ-FLO 3/8-in ID x 10-ft Reinforced PVC Braided Vinyl Tubing

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Everbilt 3/8 - 7/8 in. Stainless Steel Hose Clamp

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Got one for myself last month and it's been a pretty good unit. No complaints so far.

I put together a 3/8" barb to 3/4" FHT adapter, 3/8" inner diameter braided tubing (doesn't have to be braided) and a tube clamp so I wouldn't need to screw a 3/4" garden hose directly to the drain connector on the back of the dehumidifier. See attached pic.

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Got one for myself last month and it's been a pretty good unit. No complaints so far.

I put together a 3/8" barb to 3/4" FHT adapter, 3/8" inner diameter braided tubing (doesn't have to be braided) and a tube clamp so I wouldn't need to screw a 3/4" garden hose directly to the drain connector on the back of the dehumidifier. See attached pic.
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Got one for myself last month and it's been a pretty good unit. No complaints so far.

I put together a 3/8" barb to 3/4" FHT adapter, 3/8" inner diameter braided tubing (doesn't have to be braided) and a tube clamp so I wouldn't need to screw a 3/4" garden hose directly to the drain connector on the back of the dehumidifier. See attached pic.
$160 last month too?
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$160 last month too?
Nope! $219.99. Wasn't on sale but it was needed quickly!
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Nope! $219.99. Wasn't on sale but it was needed quickly!
sounds like a good deal this time then. worst case is i am still $60 richer than you re.
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Quote from Wildpir8 :
Got one for myself last month and it's been a pretty good unit. No complaints so far.

I put together a 3/8" barb to 3/4" FHT adapter, 3/8" inner diameter braided tubing (doesn't have to be braided) and a tube clamp so I wouldn't need to screw a 3/4" garden hose directly to the drain connector on the back of the dehumidifier. See attached pic.
where does the drain hose go?

At my previous house, I had the dehumidifier in the basement (man cave TV room) and the hose went to a drain hole in the far corner.

At my current house, there is not basement because it's a single story 3-bedroom house. There are no drain holes on the floor. I've been trying to come up with a solution for that, instead of emptying the humidifier water bottle manually...

Thanks!
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By the way, here are the items I used to make that custom connection from post #2 if anyone is wondering:

B&K 3/4-in x 3/8-in dia Threaded Barb x Garden Hose Adapter Fitting

https://www.lowes.com/pd/B-K-3-4-...1000504791

EZ-FLO 3/8-in ID x 10-ft Reinforced PVC Braided Vinyl Tubing

https://www.lowes.com/pd/EASTMAN-...1000365041

Everbilt 3/8 - 7/8 in. Stainless Steel Hose Clamp

https://www.homedepot.com/p/Everb.../206261538
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where does the drain hose go?

At my previous house, I had the dehumidifier in the basement (man cave TV room) and the hose went to a drain hole in the far corner.

At my current house, there is not basement because it's a single story 3-bedroom house. There are no drain holes on the floor. I've been trying to come up with a solution for that, instead of emptying the humidifier water bottle manually...

Thanks!
I've got a floor drain in the basement for this one.

Sounds like you might want to put a (maybe smaller) dehumidifier on a counter next to a sink or bathtub if gravity draining is what you're going for. Some people buy dehumidifiers with built in pumps so the dehumidifier doesn't have to be higher than whatever they're draining into but they don't sound very reliable to me at all.
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Not applicable for National Grid rebate but still good deal!
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545 watts
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380 watts
Pretty sure that's for the 35 pint model. The 50 pint is somewhere in the 500s I think. Don't have the info in front of me at the moment.

The two sizes have the same dimensions. Just around a 2-3 pound difference in weight.

Edit: Yep, the 50 pint model is 545 watts according to the manual.
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Pretty sure that's for the 35 pint model. The 50 pint is somewhere in the 500s I think. Don't have the info in front of me at the moment.

The two sizes have the same dimensions. Just around a 2-3 pound difference in weight.

Edit: Yep, the 50 pint model is 545 watts according to the manual.
ah yes, i see they have both with the same reviews. so definitely 545
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What temp I should set it to with auto in basement
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