Dehumidifier to the rescue! Thank you Ken for reminding me I own one. LOL

I headed down to the basement and brought up my Maytag dehumidifier. This is a 45 pint unit. I usually empty it once a day in the basement during spring and humid weather, but I'll bet it will need emptying at least a few times per day with this camper right now.

This unit has an option to drain the water away via a hose, so I'm going to see about doing that tomorrow morning when I take it out there. Then I don't have to worry about it shutting down as "full" while I'm at work.

I love this thing, I've had it many years and it works great. Model M7DH45B2A

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Comment by Ken and Cindy Haney on May 29, 2017 at 9:38pm
Nice! I have mine set to constantly drain via a short piece of garden hose. Otherwise I would have to go down to the basement 2-3 times a day. Russ is right on the air conditioner too, it will dehumidify almost as well as a dehumidifier. So with both going it should dry out his a lot faster.
Comment by Russell E Johnson on May 29, 2017 at 8:47pm

I have a dehumidifier going in the MMP along with the AC unit. It will fill up twice a day, I think it is a 45 pint unit also, so I use the hose and it is a life saver, especially on these humid rainy days.

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