Dehumidifiers!

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There are certain appliances that can contribute to the household. They can be seen as accessories to the home. There has been a lot of curiosity floating around about the benefits and whether a dehumidifier is worth the buy. Read below to discover what you could be missing by not having a dehumidifier in your home.

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What Appliance Are You?

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Last week we looked at how the fire signs matched up with household appliances.  This week the earth signs are in for a treat.  Taurus, Virgo and Capricorn get ready.  This week is all about you.

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Dehumidifier Recall Information

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We care about your safety which is why we try to keep you as updated as possible when it comes to appliance recalls. If you’re looking for past recalls, you can find them here.

On November 2, 2016  a recall was issued by CPSC on behalf of GD Midea for approximately 3.4 million dehumidifiers due to reports of smoke and fire.  The recall applies to select 20, 30, 40 , 50, 60, 65, 70, and 75 pint dehumidifier models manufactured by GD Midea.   Continue reading

Make Sure You’re Not At Risk Of An Overheating Dehumidifier

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There has been a multitude of dehumidifier recalls mainly due to overheating which can potentially lead to a fire. There are a few things that you can do to prevent your dehumidifier from overheating.

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  1. If you turn your dehumidifier off wait at minimum 10 minutes before turning it back on
    • Powering off and then on right away can disturb the circuit-breaker and then cause the dehumidifier compressor to overheat
  2. Replace filter at least once a year
  3. Check condenser coils
    • When using the dehumidifier, the temperature in the air needs to be above 65 degrees Fahrenheit.  If its below this temperature it can cause the coils to freeze which causes the inside of the dehumidifier to heat up and potentially catch fire
    • If the coils are frozen and show breakage replace them

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