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Author Topic: One of my best purchases > Frigidaire Dehumidifier  (Read 1166 times)
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« on: May 05, 2009, 09:01:26 AM »

Living in the Pacific Northwest we have such high humidity.   When stepping in the bus it's often cold and clammy.

I had a $20.00 off coupon from Lowes and bought the 70 pint Frigidaire Dehumidifier.    After 2 months of use,  I am please to tell you folks that this is a worthy investment.    I can pump out 70 pints in two days setting it to 60%     No more dew on the inside of the front windshield when the sun has heated the bus the previous day, and rains thru the night.    We had a trip into Canada around Easter, and it was more like a little air purifier.   

Just wanted to pass the info on..    Best $250 I have spent in awhile.
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« Reply #1 on: May 05, 2009, 09:15:05 AM »

  Yep I have one in a large room in the basement. Works great.
 I am using the hose option to a drain.

Last dehumidifier only lasted 2 years Hopefully this one will last longer.


Snow disappeared......Now where did I put that bus?
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« Reply #2 on: May 05, 2009, 10:07:06 AM »

"We had a trip into Canada around Easter, and it was more like a little air purifier."

I think it's just that our air 'up here' is better...just a personal opinion....lol



Mark Morgan  
1972 MCI-7 'Papabus'
8v71N MT654 Automatic
 Brandon, Manitoba, Canada in summer
 somewhere around Yuma, Arizona in winter
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