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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.
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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Dehumidifiers blow out warm air as they dehumidify, FYI. You might not get the cooling effect you're hoping for.
Yea, that's kind of what I thought.

I've seen "Portable Air Conditioners" that's more of what I've (very lukewarmly) been looking at. Although what I've seen are considerably more expensive than this - but that's explained by different uses.
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Can drain hose go sump pump at the basement or I better buy the one with pump and pump to outside my house
Mine drains to sump ok. The sump pump should automatically pump out excess water when it gets too high. No need for dehumidifier with extra pump here.
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Mine drains to sump ok. The sump pump should automatically pump out excess water when it gets too high. No need for dehumidifier with extra pump here.
Is it ok that makes sump working all the time? And is sump make noise?
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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.
If you have a floor drain, shower, or furnace condensation pump you can get by without pump. That is, if you are able to properly navigate gravity.
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I just don't see a point in using these in hot humid summer. Better off turning on the AC. The problem with this(someone please tell me I am doing it wrong) is that it blows hot air right back into the space. It reduces humidity but makes the space hot. There's no way to redirect the hot air outside...
I have had this Insignia model for 2 years, no problems so far. I agree with you, it does blow hot air (after 2/3 hours of having the compressor running constantly). However, it reduces humidity much more effectively than the AC. In my basement is takes less than 1 hour to reduce it by 30%.
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Is it ok that makes sump working all the time? And is sump make noise?
It depends. If your sump pump already works all the time, better pump to a sink drain or outside. If sump pump only works sometimes, it's probably fine to drain there. It shouldn't add that much water to make it pump all the time. My sump isn't too noisy at all.
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I always purchase dehumidifiers from costco. When they break in 2 years, I take them back. Get me a quality product and I wouldnt have to do crap like that.
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I always purchase dehumidifiers from costco. When they break in 2 years, I take them back. Get me a quality product and I wouldnt have to do crap like that.
I'd recommend Frigidaire for long term.
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Insignia™ - 50-Pint Dehumidifier - White

$151.99
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Was $219.99

Drain hose connection - Allows you to run continuously.

https://www.bestbuy.com/site/insi...lsrc=aw.ds
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I bought it, thanks.

Question, if this doesn't have a container to catch water, why does it say 50 pt? Does it shut down after doing 50 pt?
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Had mine for about 6 months and it's still working fine (fingers crossed). I have it connected to 120V via smartplug and for those wondering, it does revert to the last setting when the smartplug turns it on.
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Insignia™ - 50-Pint Dehumidifier - White

$151.99
Save $68
Was $219.99

Drain hose connection - Allows you to run continuously.

https://www.bestbuy.com/site/insi...lsrc=aw.ds [bestbuy.com]
oh shit! op did not search!
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Is this better than the danby at costco for 134.99?
I bought the Costco - physically nearly identical. Same technical spec.
Costco model has both pump and gravity drain capability.
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3rd season on this one for me. Fingers crossed. Works like it should. Not like the Frigidaire that crapped out in the 2nd year.(They were so bad they were recalled.)
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