Whynter RPD-702WP Energy Star Portable Dehumidifier with Pump, 70-Pint
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- 70 pint, 33 liter capacity dehumidifier
- 18 pint, 8.5 liter removable water bucket
- Auto-restart and auto-shutoff options
- Adjustable humidity range of 30 - 90% relative humidity
- Auto-defrosting capability to prevent frost build-up inside unit
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Includes washable pre-filter, 16.5 ft. drain hose for condensate pump drain and 3 ft. drain hose for gravity drainage. 70 pint (33 litter) capacity dehumidifier. 18 pint (8.5 litter) removable water bucket. Auto-restart and auto-shutoff functions. Adjustable humidity range of 30 - 90 percent relative humidity. Low temperature operation (minimum ambient temperature low 40 Degree Fahrenheit's). Auto-defrosting capability to prevent frost build-up inside unit. Electronic controls with humidity sensor settings. Direct drain option for continuous operation. Condensate pump that pushes water up or over a longer distance. Runs quiet with normal operating noise level below 55.3 dB. Dual fan speeds and 24 timer function. UL listed and energy star rated and echo friendly. Handles and caster wheels for portability. Non ozone-depleting refrigerant: R410a. Air Flow (at high speed): 187 m3/h /? 110CFM. Power consumption: 950 Watts / 7.5 Amps. Power Supply: 115 V /60 Hz. Warranty: One year limited. 14.5 in. W x 11.25 in. D x 23.25 in. H (45 lbs.). User Manual.
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I bought a higher priced model thinking it would be built to last, but apparently, that is not the case. I spent $206.93 to purchase the unit and now 2 months later, here I am with no working unit and will have to pay to ship it to the manufacturer, which will cost a bundle because of how heavy it is. What a rip-off and a waste of money !!
Well, it's now 3-8-2018 and I will update what has transpired since I last posted here....
I got an email from the manufacturer telling me all these things I had to do to 'figure out' if the unit was really not working (the fact that a dehumidifier wasn't taking the water out of the air should have been a clue, but apparently these people are clueless). So, I went through all the steps they said I had to go through, and lo and behold, guess what??? The dehumidifier was not dehumidifying (like I told them before all the "steps" they sent me through). So I tell them I went through all the steps and it's not taking water out of the air (same as I said when I first contacted them), then they write me back and tell me I have to ship the unit back to them and I HAVE TO PAY FOR THE SHIPPING to send their unit back to them that quit working 2 1/2 months after I bought it. Really?? Wow, let me guess how much that is going to cost considering the unit is very heavy. So, I will have to pay a bundle to ship it back after I already spent over $200.00 to buy it and it only worked for 2 1/2 months, what a deal, right??
DON'T BUY ANYTHING FROM THIS COMPANY.....EVER....DON'T WASTE YOUR TIME AND MONEY ON THEIR PRODUCTS !!
FYI, I went to Home Depot and bought another unit and if it dies, I will put it in my trunk and go right up to Home Depot and get my money back and let them deal with the manufacturer.
This unit will cycle +/- 5% of the set humidity. So if you set it for 50% like I did, it will cycle on at 55% and off at 45%. It was ridiculously hot and humid here the last few days, and this unit ran continuously with the humidity in the basement staying about 47 or 48%. (At least, that was the case each time I checked on it.) It just couldn't quite get down to the 45% shutoff. As long as it doesn't break and keeps the humidity reasonably close to desired, I'm happy with that. The finished part of the basement is about 800 sq ft, and the whole house is about 3600 sq ft. Whole-house A/C was also cycling on and off, and showing about 60% humidity on the main floor. Given that this little sucker was keeping the basement humidity lower than the big A/C was able to do in the rest of the house, I'm impressed with its capacity. (The big A/C can only lower the humidity by running and thereby also lowering the temp. It has a "smart" thermostat that eventually gives up at some sort of compromise between temperature and humidity. So it was set to 75F and 50% and was actually keeping the house around 72F and 60%. Adding this dehumidifier to the mix helps lower humidity without turning the house into a refrigerator.)