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Old 09-30-2011, 08:48 PM   #11
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Just have to get imaginative... A dehumidifier can also be used as an A/C unit if one does the right tear down and set up (yes I know this first hand). The biggest thing to remember is that the piping can contain high pressure fluid (oil and colant) depending on which one gets kinked the wrong way (also know this first hand). If you do want to jury rig it be sure to go slowly and plan it out.
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Old 10-03-2011, 06:06 PM   #12
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Just have to get imaginative... A dehumidifier can also be used as an A/C unit if one does the right tear down and set up (yes I know this first hand). The biggest thing to remember is that the piping can contain high pressure fluid (oil and colant) depending on which one gets kinked the wrong way (also know this first hand). If you do want to jury rig it be sure to go slowly and plan it out.
I was looking at a dehumidifier yesterday a home depot. They are a bit smaller and lighter than the A/C unit I'm looking at. I was indeed wondering how well it would work in eliminating the discomfort - and also - what exactly the difference is in how an A/C operates vs. a humidifier.

So - is there a way to get a dehumidifier work as an A/C? How do you do it??
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