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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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I have a Frigidaire with a date code of 04/15 and it's getting the F0 error. Unfortunately I'm out of the (5) year warranty window and I don't have a receipt anyway. It's as though the issue is getting worse as I've had to unplug it and reset it at least (6) times so far today. Anyone else have this issue before?

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Quote from ListedGuru :
I have a Frigidaire with a date code of 04/15 and it's getting the F0 error. Unfortunately I'm out of the (5) year warranty window and I don't have a receipt anyway. It's as though the issue is getting worse as I've had to unplug it and reset it at least (6) times so far today. Anyone else have this issue before?

-Guru
I have a Frigidaire and it's working fine for 7 years now (date code 07/14). Though it may be obvious, I know that not cleaning the filter regularly can cause these to eventually malfunction, But I've read that units that get that code are irrepairable.
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Nice with the amex $10 offer and $10 bb rewards, came to a good deal. Thanks
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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.
This might be a dumb question cause I think I might know the answer but why did you go through all that instead of just connecting a garden hose?
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This might be a dumb question cause I think I might know the answer but why did you go through all that instead of just connecting a garden hose?
Here's my response from post #65 of this thread which I know is pretty buried at this point:

With some hoses there's not a female connector that turns independently of the entire hose when connecting to the dehumidifier. It can also keep the drain nozzle from being stressed during the hose connection process or when the dehumidifier is moved. I recently found that the connector built into a leaking $1,300 Aprilaire dehumidifier of mine had cracked because of it. The whole unit has to be replaced. Fortunately Aprilaire is willing to do so at no cost but it's been informative for me.
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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?
No deal in store.. I missed it.
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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.
Agreed facts hurt why only me did helpful rest thumbs down. Facts,Science,Logic bad! lol
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I see instructions on dehumidifiers that it cannot be stored horizontally even in original package.

How these things get shipped ?
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I see instructions on dehumidifiers that it cannot be stored horizontally even in original package.

How these things get shipped ?
Vertically. Refrigerators have the same shipping requirement.
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It's now $152 for the "Deal of the Day" on Thurs. 7/22.
It's back to $160 after the one-day special sale.
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Quote from Advent1967 :
Vertically. Refrigerators have the same shipping requirement.
How can a logistics company make sure it is always vertical through all the journey ?

Refrigerator I understand, it cannot be knocked around but dehumidifiers?
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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 can buy a condensate pump from Harbor Freight or elsewhere and connect it to the gravity drain. It will pump to wherever you need when the pump is full. Most condensate pumps have the ability to switch so that if the condensate reservoir level is maxed and the pump is broken, it can cut off the dehumidifier to prevent overflow, but it does take SOME electrical know how.

But at that point, the condensate pump is an additional ~50 dollars.

It was worth it to me because I already had a dehumidifier without one, and I needed to dehumidify our crawl space. But if I buy another, I may just buy one with a pump built in...
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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?
Danby sold out at my warehouse in Bloomingdale, IL. When I bought mine during the sale, I saw several others with 1 or 2 of them in their cart. Went back about a week after that and they are nowhere to be seen...
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arrived vertical via UPS; packing box a bit mangled. will let sit for 24 hours before plugging in and turning on as it wasnt vertical the whole time during shipping
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The deal is back for $160, is it a good one?
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