Question about Kenmore 54501 Dehumidifier
The dehumidifier is supposed to be releasing warm air. In order for the built-in refrigerator to lower the coolant's temperature, heat must be removed from it. Thus, that removed heat flows out of the unit. If it's a problem, I would suggest having a fan nearby, or perhaps you could put the dehumidifier in a cooler part of the house. (In case you're curious, try looking for any vents near your refrigerator or freezer, and you'll see what I mean.)
Posted on Aug 04, 2010
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