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mityfowl
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reply to Jeffrey

Re: Inexpensive pump for basement dehumidifier?

maybe the shower is the low point?


Jeffrey
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said by mityfowl:

maybe the shower is the low point?

The shower is the low point. I'm not interested in using it, because I use it frequently to shower. As crazy as that might seem to you, I'm interested in routing it to the sink. I have my answer.

Thank you all very much for the replies.


mityfowl
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I did it that that way because my father is so old.

But that's the correct way.

Now how about raising the dehumidifier?


mityfowl
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reply to Jeffrey
Make a shelf?

Gravity works full time for free. No moving parts. (as far as we concerded)


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said by norbert26:

since you plan on redoing the basement anyhow for the mean time is there any way you can build up / raise the dehumidifier up off the floor and get it so its above the level of the sink drain. Then simply run the hose to sink drain problem solved at little or no cost.

gravity is the best pump.
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