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What to do with a leaky dehumidifier?

jcmaz

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Heya HWC,

I am decommissioning a dehumidifier because the container leaks, but the motor and what not works fine and dandy.

Instead of chucking it away, what can I do with it?

Thanks,
Jcmaz
 

3.0charlie

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What is the material of the container.
Where does it leak.

There are sealants available for your condition.
 

jcmaz

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It's made of plastic. The container itself isn't leaky, but somehow water leaks out from the gaps.

Is it possible to retrofit it to become a air cooler/conditioner?
 

KaptCrunch

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It's made of plastic. The container itself isn't leaky, but somehow water leaks out from the gaps.

Is it possible to retrofit it to become a air cooler/conditioner?

note that what it is a/c = dehumidifier

just anti-freeze for coolant for coil goes to -10c on most units
 

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