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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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Looks like a pretty decent deal to me with free shipping. I just got finished buying one for myself with two day shipping.

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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.
LivelyWallaby9695 asked this question on 07-22-2021 at 10:07 AM
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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Is this better than the danby at costco for 134.99?
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Bought one months ago for non stop use. So far so good.
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I wouldn't order this off bestbuy.com, definitely get it in store so they can give you a replacement or store credit if it breaks. My insignia product broke, and they wanted me to pack and ship it back to best buy for warranty. That cost was higher then the product.
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Quote from CRYPTONAUT7549 :
Bought one months ago for non stop use. So far so good.
does this unit automatically turn off below 50 ?
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Quote from random2000 :
Is this better than the danby at costco for 134.99?
This is almost certainly the Danby rebranded. I have it and it looks exactly the same.
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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...

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You want to get a condensation pump (like on a furnace) and drain it into that. (Little Giant is a good brand but it probably doesn't really matter.). Then get 50' or so of tubing and run that from your condensation pump to your laundry drain or utility sink or whatever.
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What temp I should set it to with auto in basement
Temp?
50-60% humidity setting.
https://i0.wp.com/www.energyvangu...C283&ssl=1
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This is most certainly the Danby rebranded. I have it and it looks exactly the same.
The Danby has internal pump bought 2 at Costco last week. Come with its own hose 16 ft I think. I have mine in washer drain. Danby has 2 yr carry in warranty.
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The Danby has internal pump bought 2 at Costco last week. Come with its own hose 16 ft I think. I have mine in washer drain. Danby has 2 yr carry in warranty.
Wow this doesn't have a pump? That makes it a way worse deal. Also does your pump completely drain yours? Mine seems to just kinda skim the top.
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Wow this doesn't have a pump? That makes it a way worse deal. Also does your pump completely drain yours? Mine seems to just kinda skim the top.
When you have the hose hooked up and the pump light is on no water goes in the bucket it is automatically pumped through the pump I never get any water in my bucket
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Quote from erthian :
This is most certainly the Danby rebranded. I have it and it looks exactly the same.
You might be right. Although the written function descriptions below the buttons on the Insignia unit do seem a lot more intuitive. It's a must for operation by the Boomers in my family.

Think I also saw something in the Danby thread or Costco reviews about needing to move the pump arm out of the way to get the water drawer closed or something? I could have misunderstood. The Insignia of course has no pump.
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Quote from SkillfulPiranha887 :
When you have the hose hooked up and the pump light is on no water goes in the bucket it is automatically pumped through the pump I never get any water in my bucket
Yea I'm doing something wrong then.
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Quote from SkillfulPiranha887 :
The Danby has internal pump bought 2 at Costco last week. Come with its own hose 16 ft I think. I have mine in washer drain. Danby has 2 yr carry in warranty.
I believe the Danby deal is dead. Online, it's back up to normal price $170 or $180). Has anyone been to a warehouse to see if it's still on sale there?
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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

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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!
You should get one with a pump feature. It will let you run a hose anywhere, including up into a sink or over the edge of a bath.
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