Question about Dehumidifiers
I have a dehimidifier, and am embarassed to admit I failed to write down the model no. I want to connect for continuous discharge into a sump rather than use the container which I have to periodically pour out. I have a short plastic pipe section which is threaded on one end for a hose connection. I can't find my manual.
Is this simple? I looked and couldn't see how to connect??????
There unit should have come with a small plastic tube. One end should have a thread connecion for hose hook-up. There should be an opening on the back of the unit that you push the tube through to connect with a little elbow tube inside the unit. You should be able to see the elbow connector from the front of the unit by removing the water bucket. Just push the plastic tube in from the back until it fits snuggly over or into the elbow tube and replace the water bucket. Run the connected hose to your sump pump.
Posted on Jul 21, 2008
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