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Old 07-20-2016, 09:54 PM   #8411
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The dehumidifier made all the difference in cooling for us.

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Wonder what size dehumidifier each of you have and that versus how many cubic feet of space you have. Also HVAC size.
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Old 07-20-2016, 10:02 PM   #8412
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13.5 ac, 30 pint compressor type dehumidifier. Had from Lowes.
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Old 07-20-2016, 11:00 PM   #8413
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We're camping, and it's been on steady, since we got it.
I would have thought, two ac units would pull more moisture out of the air...


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Not sure I understand. Is it helping? Humidity dropping? Are you just wondering why it is pulling so much moisture when you have 2 AC units running doing a good job? What size is it? Pints?

I think I beat my own personal record of most questions asked in a single post. What do you think?
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Old 07-20-2016, 11:01 PM   #8414
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13.5 ac, 30 pint compressor type dehumidifier. Had from Lowes.
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You got a good size dehumidifier.
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Old 07-20-2016, 11:12 PM   #8415
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Have run them on all my vehicles since 1978 and never had a problem. 78 Chevy truck, 81 El Camino, 83 Pontiac GP, 98 Pontiac GP, 95 Silverado, 2000 Silverado, 2003 DeVille, 2005 Silverado, 96 DeVille (TOWTA's old junker). If you clean them and re-oil them like the instructions, they work great, no dirt or dust downstream. Also ran them on fuel injected sprint car. Looking for one for my 2016 Cub Cadet.

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Old 07-20-2016, 11:36 PM   #8416
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Not sure I understand. Is it helping? Humidity dropping? Are you just wondering why it is pulling so much moisture when you have 2 AC units running doing a good job? What size is it? Pints?

I think I beat my own personal record of most questions asked in a single post. What do you think?

25 pint.
Helping tremendously.
It was so damp in here, but it is almost 100% humidity outside.


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Old 07-20-2016, 11:57 PM   #8417
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25 pint.
Helping tremendously.
It was so damp in here, but it is almost 100% humidity outside.


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Great, thanks for the info. We are thinking of getting one but mostly to use when the camper is parked at home not being used. We have a small camper but sitting here at home it does get humid and we would like to keep it in good shape.
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No Chrysler products???? Tisk. Tisk. Tisk.

For the record. I was told what to look for. Pulled my new/now used air filter(93 Dodge 5.9l diesel) and got really aggravated. Threw the $60 KN item where it belonged. Just my experience. To quote my old boss(Seal Power piston ring national sales manager). " It isn't the pine knots and rocks that wear out an engine....it's the talcum power dust."
If you don't clean, dry and re-oil them as per instructions, I imagine you would get dust, etc, downstream.
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The biggest issue with k&n filters happens when people over oil them.
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