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30-Pint Dehumidifier

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  • Electronic controls
  • Low temperature operation
  • Automatic shut-off when bucket fills

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Your GE 30-Pint Dehumidifier features 3 fans speeds, an automatic humidistat, automatic defrost control and automatic shutoff for easy and safe operation. A threaded external drain hose connection allows for easy external drainage using a standard garden hose, providing an alternative to emptying the 9.5-Pint collection bucket.

  • 30 dehumidification pints per day
  • Washable air filter saves money on replacements
  • Electronic controls with soft touch control panel provide easy operation
  • Auto shutoff turns off the dehumidifier when bucket is full to prevent overflow
  • External drain hose connector eliminates the hassle of emptying the bucket
  • Provides quiet operation with 3 fans speeds and a maximum of (59 dBA)
  • Front condensate bucket with water level indicator easy to reach and remove
  • Easy roll casters enable easy portability from room to room
  • Automatic defrost controls for ease of use
  • 72 in. power cord
  • 3 fan speeds allow you flexibility
  • Low temperature operation

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How much heat is produced from unit?

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August 29, 2016
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Correct answer: HOT! 109 F (in a basement in Syracuse, NY). Adds 2500 BTU/hour sensible heat to remove 30 pints of water/day.
Summary:
Exhaust air is 109 F in an 82 F basement (that's +27 F).
It adds 2500 BTUs of energy as sensible heat, while removing up to 1285 BTU of latent heat.
Basement used to be 60-65 F without dehumidifier at this time of the year (end of August, in Syracuse, NY). Read More
Correct answer: HOT! 109 F (in a basement in Syracuse, NY). Adds 2500 BTU/hour sensible heat to remove 30 pints of water/day.
Summary:
Exhaust air is 109 F in an 82 F basement (that's +27 F).
It adds 2500 BTUs of energy as sensible heat, while removing up to 1285 BTU of latent heat.
Basement used to be 60-65 F without dehumidifier at this time of the year (end of August, in Syracuse, NY). Now it is 82 F. Last night was 66 F, and it is 76 F outdoors as I write this, at 2 pm.
Important: You can't measure exhaust air by holding your hand on it. Fan is extremely fast, it can transfer energy with a smaller change in temperature, and your skin is fooled by wind, can't detect temperature correctly.
Instead, put your room thermometer over the exhast (upside down if colored liquid reservoir is on top), hold it down for a minute (hold from a far end, away from the reservoir) so it won't fly away and break. Obviously, don't block the fan, make minimal impact on air flow, if you can. I got 109 F.
Total energy consumed: 1245 BTU/hour
Increase in sensible heat @ 30-pints/day dehumidification: 2530 BTU/hour
Decrease in latent heat (vapor removed, doesn't change air temparature): 1285 BTU/hour
MartinR gave us 1245 BTU from electricity consumed.
Chas48 said if it dehumidifies 1 pint (~ 1 lb) of water per hour, that's 970 BTU of latent heat.
Unit is rated at 30 pints a day = 1.25 pints an hour, which is 1285 BTU/hour
But as Adam pointed out, latent heat removed by cooling vapor to water is then added by
dehumidifier as sensible heat into the room -- it heats up the room, increases the air
temperature.
So Chas48 is *WRONG* in subtracting these numbers to get heating effect. In fact, if he had reemoved 1285 from 1245, we would get -40 BTU. And clearly, this unit is not cooling anything.
Dehumidifier versus AC:
A small window AC unit is often 6000 BTU, and many small AC units focus more on sensible heat than latent heat (lower air temperature first, not worry about converting vapor to water). Running this dehumidifier made our basement quite warm. Read Less
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August 28, 2016
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As an HVAC engineer with a masters in thermo-fluid studies: I believe MartinR is correct in calculating heat output using the electrical input. Chas48 pointed out the latent heat removed by the dehumidifier, but the latent heat removed by the evaporator is rejected back into the airstream by the condensing coil as sensible heat.
Per the first law of thermo, energy (in this case heat) cannot be Read More
As an HVAC engineer with a masters in thermo-fluid studies: I believe MartinR is correct in calculating heat output using the electrical input. Chas48 pointed out the latent heat removed by the dehumidifier, but the latent heat removed by the evaporator is rejected back into the airstream by the condensing coil as sensible heat.
Per the first law of thermo, energy (in this case heat) cannot be created or destroyed. Therefore as latent heat is "removed" it is converted to another form - sensible heat. The energy inputs are electricity and the sensible and latent heat of the incoming air. The energy outputs are the sensible and latent heat of the outgoing air, and the sensible heat in the water removed from the air (which is essentially at room temp after sitting in the bucket for a while. If you do an energy balance on that system, you'd see that the heat added to the air equals the electrical consumption. Read Less
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May 28, 2016
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MartinR provided an essential piece of information (1245 BTU per hour), but I believe there is a little more to it. If the unit was removing 1 pint of water per hour, it would remove the latent heat of 1 pint (that is, approx. 1 lb) of gas-phase water from the room. The latent heat of 1 lb of gas-phase water is 970 BTU, compared to liquid water. So the unit would be adding only the difference between Read More
MartinR provided an essential piece of information (1245 BTU per hour), but I believe there is a little more to it. If the unit was removing 1 pint of water per hour, it would remove the latent heat of 1 pint (that is, approx. 1 lb) of gas-phase water from the room. The latent heat of 1 lb of gas-phase water is 970 BTU, compared to liquid water. So the unit would be adding only the difference between 1245 BTU per hour that it is consuming (from electricity) and 970 BTU per hour it is removing (in the form of water).
If you are having trouble visualizing the concept of latent heat, 970 BTU is what you would need to add to a pint of already-hot liquid water (on a stove) in order to boil it all away into the air. It represents the extra energy held by a pint (or lb) of water in the gas phase compared to the liquid phase. Read Less
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May 17, 2015
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I've had this for about a year. The unit itself doesn't feel hot to the touch, but the air that it blows from the top is warm. Not at all hot.
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Navarre, FL
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Based on a "Kill-A-Watt" meter reading of 365 watts (while dehumidifying) it adds 1245 BTU's an hour heat load to the area.
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That's a very good question. It seems to vary. When the room is cool, i.e. 68 degrees, I don't feel any heat coming out of it at all. Just room temperature air. I noticed if I left the AC off and it got up to about 75 degrees, then the unit would indeed blow some warm air out of it. But overall I think the heat coming out of it is a very small amount. Even though it has a compressor like a window unit Read More
That's a very good question. It seems to vary. When the room is cool, i.e. 68 degrees, I don't feel any heat coming out of it at all. Just room temperature air. I noticed if I left the AC off and it got up to about 75 degrees, then the unit would indeed blow some warm air out of it. But overall I think the heat coming out of it is a very small amount. Even though it has a compressor like a window unit AC, it's nothing like the heat that you feel coming out of the back of those things! Read Less
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Not that much to be concerned about
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October 25, 2013
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No heat what so ever from my experience.
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October 21, 2013
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I've been using mine almost non-stop for three days and there is very little heat coming from the vent. It's warm, but not hot. The unit itself has stayed very cool and the plug has also not become hot, which I understand is a problem with other dehumidifiers.
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October 16, 2013
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Hi Thom-this is Sue from GE. We appreciate your interest in our GE 30-Pint Dehumidifier ADEL30LR.
It is normal for the surrounding air to become slightly warmer as the dehumidifier operates. I have a 70-Pint unit in my basement and it is hardly noticeable.
Thanks for checking with us!
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There is a light that indicates the filter needs cleaning and I can't find any instructions

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I have no idea of how to do that. Need assistance.
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This is a washable air filter. Just remove it and either wash off the lint build-up, or take the filter outside and give it a few hard shakes and that is really all it needs. I've never washed mine, no need to.
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When you remove the bucket, you will see the filter edge peeking out at the top front of the opening (where the bucket was). Pull the edge/tab, and it will slide out. I rinse mine with water and let it dry. The manual says you can use a mild soap if needed. Make sure it is dry before sliding it bak in place.
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Yes, there is.
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You should clean the filter about every 15 days of run time, and hit the Filter button to reset the built-in timer on the Filter reminder. GE wants you to clean the filter ever 10days of run time.
The Filter can be removed by first removing the bucket, then reaching up just underneath the front vent opening of the Dehumidifier and pulling down the filter. The Filter slides down and out. Best way to Read More
You should clean the filter about every 15 days of run time, and hit the Filter button to reset the built-in timer on the Filter reminder. GE wants you to clean the filter ever 10days of run time.
The Filter can be removed by first removing the bucket, then reaching up just underneath the front vent opening of the Dehumidifier and pulling down the filter. The Filter slides down and out. Best way to clean the filter is to use your vacuum brush attachment to gently suck the collected dust off of the filter. Just like a tennis racket, make sure your strings stay straight.
Slide the filter back up into the dehumidifier's front grill area, replace bucket in position and resume use. Read Less
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February 2, 2015
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remove the bucket, there is a tab just underneath the opening in the center, pull this straight down. Clean the filter, replace, reset the notification light by pressing the filter timing button. Unit will probable fail before needs cleaning again.
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January 25, 2015
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Hello - this is Nancy at GE. I am happy to help you with regard to cleaning the filter of your dehumidifier. First, please disconnect power to the dehumidifier and remove the bucket. Next, grasp the filter edge, and pull it straight down and out. Clean the filter with warm, soapy water. Rinse and let the filter dry before replacing it. I hope this helps! Thanks for checking with us!
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January 24, 2015
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slide out the container for the water and the filter is right inside there . slide it out cleam w/ dish detergent and put back
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January 24, 2015
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The instructions are linked for your dehumidifier on the products page online here.
I've took the liberty of giving you the manual link below. It does include how to clean out the filter, which is shown in directions and a diagram on page 7.
http://www.homedepot.com/catalog/pdfImages/bd/bd2f6d9d-03c8-401b-b04e-c7cba46f0f85.pdf
The filter is removed after you remove the bucket. The filter slides down Read More
The instructions are linked for your dehumidifier on the products page online here.
I've took the liberty of giving you the manual link below. It does include how to clean out the filter, which is shown in directions and a diagram on page 7.
http://www.homedepot.com/catalog/pdfImages/bd/bd2f6d9d-03c8-401b-b04e-c7cba46f0f85.pdf
The filter is removed after you remove the bucket. The filter slides down via the tab. Viewing the link above will explain it in more detail.
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Why does the red light go on after I have attached a hose to drain moisture? At times even when the bucket is attached this light goes on and the dehumidifier fails to run.
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May 1, 2016
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Hello Jwd - this is Nancy at GE Appliances. I'm sorry to hear that the red light is not going out on your dehumidifier after attaching the drain hose. Please check that the garden hose where it attaches to the unit is not loose or have a bad connection as this can cause leaking into the bucket and through the hose at the same time. I hope this helps! Thanks for checking with us!
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Red light should be on when draining with a hose or when bucket is removed.. If light is on when bucket is installed check to make sure it is pushed in properly--once it is installed correctly the light should go out and machine will run. Otherwise you have a defective unit.
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Sorry to hear about your problem . I would call the company and talk to a tech person. Never hooked up a hose to mine.
One tip i do have is to add a little bit of bleach to the tank to keep mildew from starting to form in the tank .
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April 29, 2016
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sometimes the bucket is not properly seated. there is a sensor/right in the back on the right that it rests on. if you take the bucket out and press on the sensor see if the light goes out. if it goes off then push the bucket back in until it clicks into place and the light will turn off since the bucket is activating the sensor. if it doesn't then contact ge service.
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Answer: 
Now this question I can't answer regarding the hose, as I don't use one. My dehumidifier is strictly for my basement usage where there is no drain in that area for a hose; wish there was one. It sure would make it easier for me in not having to empty the water bucket every day. I would highly advise reading the manufacturer's manual for troubleshooting regarding this issue.
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I had a similar experience, and the cause was a tricky one. But I am not sure if your case is the same. When you use the bucket, and see the red light, is the bucket full? If so, then perhaps, you have the same problem as me.
My problem arose because the way this unit collects condensed water is to use a shallow "tray" which is located above where the bucket is (would be). So if the unit is placed in Read More
I had a similar experience, and the cause was a tricky one. But I am not sure if your case is the same. When you use the bucket, and see the red light, is the bucket full? If so, then perhaps, you have the same problem as me.
My problem arose because the way this unit collects condensed water is to use a shallow "tray" which is located above where the bucket is (would be). So if the unit is placed in a sloped floor and the tilt is toward the right side of the unit, the water on the tray flows away from its drain and leaks into the bucket rather than into the hose which is connected to the drain. This will fill up the bucket, red light comes on, and it will stop. Does this sound like what you have? Read Less
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April 28, 2016
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Ensure the drain hose is pointed straight down to the floor and is not kinked in anyway.
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I want to install in the masterbedroom which has window condensation problems in winter. Will the noise interfere with sleep?

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It might. Ours is in a room where we watch television and we like to turn it off when watching. It has three fan settings, The lowest is still a little loud. You could get used to it, though.
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Yes, the fan noise was just a little too loud for my bedroom. It's not a buzzing or mechanical sound, just the sound of air rushing. When I was falling asleep it reminded me of falling asleep on an airplane, the whooshing noise is somewhat similar. I keep mine just outside the bedroom door in the living room.
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The compressor is fairly quiet, you have to pay attention to tell when it on or off. The fan, however, runs continuously and makes a typical "whooshing" sound. We have ours in a room 20 feet away from the bedroom and it keeps the overall humidity down in all the rooms as long as there is plenty of air movement between the rooms. It's not too loud from two rooms away. (I wouldn't want it to be in the Read More
The compressor is fairly quiet, you have to pay attention to tell when it on or off. The fan, however, runs continuously and makes a typical "whooshing" sound. We have ours in a room 20 feet away from the bedroom and it keeps the overall humidity down in all the rooms as long as there is plenty of air movement between the rooms. It's not too loud from two rooms away. (I wouldn't want it to be in the bedroom, however.) Read Less
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Possibly
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I have this unit in my laundry room, which is connected to my master bedroom - and no door in between. I would ay the noise is that of a small fan - not very loud at all. I can hear it running, but it is a white noise.
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October 19, 2013
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it sounds like a fan you would use in the summer to cool with. If you can sleep with that then the noise will not bother you
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Hi Alangski-this is Sue from GE. Thanks for your interest in our 30-Pint Dehumidifier.
Model ADEL30LR does feature 3 fan speed selections so that you can adjust to your needs- Low, Medium and High. When the humidity has been reduced and quiet operation is preferred, set the fan control to Medium or Low.
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Rated 4.3 out of 5 by 934 reviewers.
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Steady Worker I had a water problem in my basement. After the source of the water was stopped, there was a musty and unpleasant humidity in the area. After a few days of use with this humidifier, the odor has cleared up and the area is gradually losing the extreme humidity. This unit is easy to operate and keeps chugging along. It has 3.75 gallon capacity. I wheel the unit to my outside door and pour it in my garden. It shuts off automatically when the container is full, so I don't have to worry about it spilling over. It provides on-going information of the relative humidity of the area in which it is working. This small unit is easy to handle, and inconspicuous. August 31, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Works perfectly! The humidifier is working great. Water is filing up. Wish the cord was longer but I find many dehumidifiers don't have long cords anyways. July 5, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by works great The dehumidifier arrived right on time. We set it up easily and it reduced the humidity in my plant shed from around 80 to 60 in just over two hours. We had tried numerous things to reduce the humidity and were fighting a losing battle with mildew. It has been in the shed for a little over two weeks. The impact is significant. Would buy it again. August 31, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by FRESH AIR! I LIVE IN A MOBILE HOME IN FLORIDA, HUMIDITY IS A REAL ISSUE HERE EVEN WITH THE A/C RUNNING ALMOST YEAR ROUND. I HAD VISITED ANOTHER MOBILE HOME WHERE THE OWNERS (SNOWBIRDS) HAD LEFT FOR THE SUMMER MONTHS AND NOTICED THEY HAD PLACED THIS SAME UNIT IN THEIR KITCHEN SINK, LETTING THE WATER DRAIN VIA A HOSE. I WAS STUNNED AT HOW FRESH THEIR HOUSE SMELLED AND THOUGHT THAT WAS AN EXCELLENT IDEA FOR REDUCING THE EXTRA DAMPNESS. I JUST PURCHASED MINE AND AM SO HAPPY I DID. IT HAS MADE A BIG DIFFERENCE ON MY A/C WORKING SO HARD, I WOULD HIGHLY RECOMMEND THIS FOR ANY MOBILE HOME OWNER AND ESPECIALLY FOR SNOWBIRDS WHO DEPEND ON HUMIDISTATES, THAT OFTEN FAIL. July 10, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Quiet, compact, effective I purchased this to help speed up some drywall repairs in a basement space. Works great, looks good. There are larger models with greater liter/day capacity, but this worked great for my needs. August 30, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Works great. After dealing with high humidity in our basement for way too long, this dehumidifier works great in removing the moisture from everywhere. It's quiet enough so we don't hear it upstairs and overall it's quieter than other dehumidifiers I've seen. I like that it shuts off automatically when filled and has options to have it shut off after 2 or 4 hours. Definitely worth the money. August 22, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Works Perfectly! I purchased this last night and already working great. It's doing its job efficiently. August 30, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by De Humidifier So far, so good Have not had a problem yet and easy install September 6, 2016
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