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Touch Point 30-Pint Dehumidifier

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Touch Point 30-Pint Dehumidifier
Keep damp areas dry and cool your home without the use of air conditioning. This low temp dehumidifier from Touch Point removes up to 30 pints of water per day from the air in your home with 4-stage adjustable humidity control. It's easy to empty with the 1.3-gallon water tank with water level indicator and front access tank design, or install it and take advantage of the continuous drain option.
  • 30-Pint low-temp dehumidifier
  • Up to 30 pints/day of water extraction
  • 4-Stage adjustable humidity control
  • 41°F minimum operating temperature
  • Power on indicator
  • Full tank indicator
  • Auto shut-off
  • 1.3-Gallon water tank
  • Water level indicator
  • Front access tank design
  • Removable dust filter
  • Carry handle
  • 4 Casters
  • Continuous drain option
  • ENERGY STAR rated
  • UL approved
additional information
90-Day Limited Warranty, 5 Year Sealed System Warranty

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after 4 months, won't suck water

By rox

from Hamilton MI

About Me Homeowner


  • Compact


  • Ineffective

Best Uses

  • One room in basement

Comments about Touch Point 30-Pint Dehumidifier:

This lasted about 4 months (worked okay in single room in damp basement) and now won't suck any water. It still runs (i.e. uses a bunch of electricity), but the tank remains empty and humidity no lower! I can't find any info on this beyond the 90-day limited warranty (which it is past) and 5-year "closed system" warranty. I would send it in to the company to at least see if it qualified for warranty repair, if I could find any info, but cannot so I guess I am out the[$]. Live and learn.

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