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Its required to leak water thats the humidity being expressed from your home

Posted on May 27, 2008

  • pgspgh Jul 22, 2011

    It's amazing that manual says nothing about this. A floor unit that is supposed to evaporate water is useless if it's "required to leak water" all over the carpet, padding and subflooring. The unit is so close to the ground that you can't have it drain into something unless you put it up on top of something else. Useless product.

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