September 16, 2013
Hello Larry, this is Nancy at GE and I am happy to help you.
Yes, the dehumidifier should work well in your basement. A dehumidifier can be used in most areas that have excessive moisture, such as basements, living areas, laundry rooms, bathrooms, or cooking areas.
Place the dehumidifier in a location that will be between 41 degrees F and 91 degrees F. If the temperature falls below 41 degrees, the coils can become covered with frost, which will reduce the performance of the unit.
For best results:
~ Place your dehumidifier near the center of the area that you wish to dehumidify.
~ Make sure the unit is not blocked by any furniture, curtains, or blinds.
~ Good air circulation within an enclosed area is essential. Doors and windows should be kept closed.
I hope this helps!
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