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sgunther

Looking for a Dehumidifier Recomendation

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sgunther   
sgunther

I am finally going to replace my Frigidaire dehumidifier and based on my personal experience I think I want to find a brand other than Frigidaire due to the issues I have had with my current unit. Can anyone recommend a reliable brand for a dehumidifier in the 60 - 80 pint capacity range?

I can do most of my own homework and research on the model details (e.g. - I am looking for a model that supports either resume on loss of power is non-digitally controlled so after a power loss it will come back on) but if you have a recommendation I would appreciate that too.

Thanks in advance!

-Steve

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Samurai Appliance Repair Man   
Samurai Appliance Repair Man

Whirlpool or LG.

True confessions: Our present dehumidiflyer is a Friggidaire and it's been great... so far. But I don't trust Friggidaire's sealed systems.

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LG and Whirlpool have had their issues too, I don't trust any of the brands anymore when it comes to dehumidifiers, they are all built in China or Mexico in sweatshops.

It's the outsourcing like this that lead our US economy into the toilet.

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