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I have attached a hose to the dehumidifier for use while I am away for the next few days. If I remove the water collection bin the dehumidifier shuts off--if I replace the container the water goes in container rather than the hose. Sorry but I can not find my manual.

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Towards the back there is a switch. when u put the container in the switch is depressed. tape it closed with some black duct tape.

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