Question about Dehumidifiers
You can start at a lower number, and then increase it as the season progresses and gets more humid. One way to adjust is use an inexpensive humidity meter to see how well the unit is working and maintaining your desired level. Many thermometers have a humidity meter included with them. When the meter shows humidity is increasing, you can raise the setting as needed.
Posted on May 14, 2015
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