Question about LG Dehumidifiers
First off, the dehumidifer runs fine.
I am a maintenance guy in a care center. I would like to be able to vent the heat from the humidifier to the outside. It is just putting too much warm air into the room. The duct I use would be from 2-3 feet long to the window.
Since I fix, repair and build things daily, this is not a problem for me to build some sort of collector to attach the heat duct. My question/problem is this. I don't know what portion of the back is heat exhaust. Is it all of the 8"x15" grill on the backside, or is the bottom half of the grill the heat exhaust (7-1/2"x15"). It is hard to tell. It appears that some air goes in on the backside but just can't be sure.
I understand that my duct has to be the same volume as the exhaust, so I need to be able to calculate the area of the exhaust to determine the diameter of the flexible duct.
Tell me what you can.
I have not resolved the issue yet.
I don't like getting into a web site, filling out a form with info and then after a click or two, find out I have to pay.
I'm sure you have experts that are very good, but I can't afford to join up with everything that run across. I'm sure it says that you have to pay on the first page, but I didn't see it.
Maybe some other time.
So, I'll just keep working at the problem until I get it.
Posted on Jul 26, 2008
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