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  • 3 fan speeds
  • Automatic shut-off when bucket fills
  • 30 dehumidification pints per day
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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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  • 4.4
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I am using this product in the bathroom. It does a good job of pulling the moisture when showerin...
I am using this product in the bathroom. It does a good job of pulling the moisture when showering out. It is compact enough to pull in closet when not in use. I like that it is on rollers making mobility easy. Relatively quiet. Only four stars because the air that comes out is very warm not cool. The price was somewhat steep.
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A solid, well-built device that I have used in my basement for the last two years.  It does what ...
A solid, well-built device that I have used in my basement for the last two years.  It does what I need it to do and maintains a relatively constant humidity level.  Living in Northern Virginia, this is an absolute must as the humidity is intolerable during the summer.  This product receives near continuous use from early-May to mid-September.  I have it run into a condensate pump, which handles removal of the water so that it can remain on indefinitely.  It has not failed, and I have not been terribly proactive with my maintenance.  I periodically clean the filter, but otherwise it is a plug and play unit.  I employ this unit in conjunction with two others in my admittedly rather large, rather poorly insulated basement.  It's an integral part of the team that I've located in my home gym, a place I spent a fair bit of time.  It performs excellently, pulling water and keeping the environment at an acceptable humidity.  Measured against an electronic humidity gauge, it usually gets the level to about what I set it at although there have been a few times where the humidity gauge shows the room at a humidity higher than the unit.  All in all, it's close enough that I accept its performance. Last year I used this as a stand-alone device reliant on the onboard bucket to catch water.  That is probably not the best way to use it.  In fact, I am very glad to have switched to coupling a drain hose with this unit for this season as it was not very well suited to stand-alone use.  The 30 pint bucket fills up extremely quickly and fast became an absolute chore to empty.  I was emptying the bucket 2 to 3 times a day last year, which is not ideal.  While I did not experience any of the issues other reviewers noted regarding the off switch failing, time will tell if the continuous cycle I now have is a long-term solution.
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Works Great, Until It Dies
I live in a small space in the PNW. It's always wet and muggy, and my studio would get the same way. Really thick humid air-- so I got this Dehumidifier, and it worked great for about 4-5 months, until it just stopped collecting water. It turns on like normal, it just doesn't collect/condense the water/air anymore. I'm in the process of filing a claim as we speak-- hopefully they can replace or repair the unit under warranty. If not, I'll avoid GE products in the future.
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Response from GE AppliancesMay 3, 2017
Hello. Thank you for taking the time to write your review on your dehumidifier. We're sorry to hear it is no longer collecting water. We would like to provide you with a couple trouble-shooting tips that we hope will resolve your issue, starting on page 8: http://products.geappliances.com/MarketingObjectRetrieval/Dispatcher?RequestType=PDF&Name=49-7701-2.pdf If your symptoms persist, we will be glad to take care of this under your warranty, as outlined on page 9 in the above link. Thanks, again, for your feedback.
    I wanted a new dehumidifier that looked good to keep in my updated bathroom in the basement and t...
    I wanted a new dehumidifier that looked good to keep in my updated bathroom in the basement and this fits the bill but I think that is what it only does. I have 2 older Kenmore dehumidifiers and they take ten times the moisture out of the air compared to this unit. I have had the new unit running for 2 weeks straight with it set at sometimes at 40 and 50% and it still hasn't moved the level indicator in the tank. It does take water out of the air but I wouldn't trust it in an emergency.
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    Response from GE AnswersApr 27, 2017
    Hello smitz327 - thank you for providing your feedback regarding your new dehumidifier. We're sorry to hear that you do not believe it is working as well as your previous older model. If it is taking water out of the air, then it most likely is working as designed. Also, it is good to know that newer appliances today are more energy efficient than older models. We are glad that it looks good in your updated kitchen. Thanks for sharing your comments. NANCYatGEA GE_Appliances
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      Living in Florida - mold and mildew can be a problem in the bathrooms. To prevent this from happe...
      Living in Florida - mold and mildew can be a problem in the bathrooms. To prevent this from happening, I run a dehumidifier in my master bathroom for about three to four hours in the evening after everyone has taken their showers. This GE dehumidifier is replacing a five year old Frigidaire that was recalled by the manufacturer - because it could possibly catch on fire. (Yikes!) The GE dehumidifier is fully assembled - there was nothing to put together - I just plugged it in and it is running now. I really like that I am able to set the humidity level and it turns on and off automatically to maintain the level selected. I also like that it will notify me when the filter needs changing. I'm pretty sure that I should have cleaned the filter in my old dehumidifier more often than I did. I hope that this new one is as reliable as my other GE appliances are - only time will tell.
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        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.
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        GE still THE best!
        I had foolishly purchased a Haier 32 pint at Walmart that didn't pull any water what-so-every out of the air of my apartment during a downpour of rain for 3 days! I looked at it's trouble shooting guide only to discover that the Haier unit does NOT work below 60 degree's nor does it work if the temperature goes above 95 degree's! I couldn't believe it! What a waste of money! I returned that unit and got my money back. I then took that money and came to Home Depot to purchase this unit. AAAAHHHHH good 'ol GE Quality! In less than 24 hours (I'd say about 10 hours), the bucket full light came on and I had to empty the bucket. Woooohoooo what a relief! Before selecting this one to purchase, I did check to see about any temperature restrictions. Just 1. It doesn't work at temps below 41 degree's. Yaaaay! I can handle that! I've had it constantly running for 2 days and it's doing an OUTSTANDING job of pulling the humidity out of the air in my apartment. It's not loud and doesn't sound like a lawn mower running like the Haier unit did. Because of the humidity this GE unit is removing from the air, it's warmer in the hallway outside the bathroom where I have it located. It takes in the cold, damp air, and sends out warm dry air. I absolutely love this GE dehumidifier!!! Oh and emptying the bucket is super simple and super easy thanks to GE putting a nice, handy handle to use once you pull the bucket forward just a bit. Thank you GE!!!
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        2 found this review helpful
        Wet Windows
        I purchased this dehumidifier to help me rid my house of excess condensation on my interior windows. It is amazing how much moisture is in the air inside a house. This product works as advertised. I have been using for about three weeks now and have had no problems. It shuts itself off and gives an audible alarm when the water collection bin gets full. I am emptying mine out twice a day. My house is only about 900 sq. ft. with really well sealed windows so the moisture has no where to go but hang on the windows. The digital display for the humidity level is nice and seems to work pretty well.
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        26 found this review helpful
        very efficient
        I really appreciate that it has the humidity percentage screen and automatically shuts-off when full. The fact that I can hear it shut off from the basement while being upstairs is a plus. It works excellently and is very simple/easy to empty of water.
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        13 found this review helpful
        Great Dehumidifier
        This dehumidifier does a great job of removing the musty smell from my basement.
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