Question about Eva-Dry E333 Dehumidifier
You are trying to fix the symptoms rather than the problem. The problem is the water going into the tank is colder than the air in the bathroom, which cause condinsation on the tank. If you can, take the chill out of the water. By exposing the pipes, which may cause the pipes to sweat. Or cool the room air. Is the bathroom vented so that the warm moist air is carried outside? There are liners that go in the tank that work well. If you use a liner make sure you will still have enough water to flush with, as they will take up some of the water volume.
Posted on May 27, 2011
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