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Frigidaire FAD504DWD Energy Star 50-pint Dehumidifier
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- Unit cannot be used with an extension cord
- Protects your home from mold and mildew caused by excess moisture
- Helps eliminate bacteria in the air that can make breathing difficult
- Effortless humidity control allows you to control the exact percentage of humidity in your room
- Continuous operation is possible when unit is located near a suitable drain
- Effortless full tank alert system with auto shut-off
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How it works
When the unit is started, the fan begins to pull moisture-laden air across the dehumidifying coil. The coils condense or draw moisture from the air and air flows through the side louvers into the room as dry, warm air. Moisture removed from air is collected in a bucket on the front of the dehumidifier. The slide-out bottom also provides easy filter access.
Frigidaire Energy Star Dehumidifier
The Frigidaire FAD504DWD Energy Star 50-pint Dehumidifier protects your home from mold and mildew caused by excess moisture. It also helps eliminate bacteria in the air that can make breathing difficult. Frigidaire’s 50 pints-per-day dehumidifier is capable of continuous operation when the unit is located near a suitable drain. It features full-function electronic controls, an easily accessible collection container with level indicator, and a washable filter that reduces bacteria, room odors and other airborne particles. Its effortless humidity control allows you to control the exact percentage of humidity in your room. The SpaceWise portable design includes a top handle, integrated side handles and caster wheels making it easy to move your unit from room to room. Plus, you'll save money with its Energy Star efficiency.
Improves home enviornment and air quality
Energy Star 50 pints per day dehumidifier (115 volts)
Protects your home from mold and mildew caused by excess moisture
SpaceWise design includes top handle, integrated side handles and caster wheels
Helps eliminate bacteria in the air that can make breathing difficult
Antibacterial mesh filter reduces bacteria, room odors and other airborne particles
Continous pump option
Continuous operation is possible when unit is located near a suitable drain
Effortless full tank alert system with auto shut-off
2 fan speeds for more flexibility
Front, pull-out 16.3 pint tank with handle and splash guard
Effortless humidity control allows you to control the exact percentage of humidity in your room
Electronic controls with digital humidity readout
Low temperature operation saves energy and money
Extra long 6 ft. three-prong power cord makes extension cords unnecessary
|Dimensions (H x D x W)||19.8 inches x 11.54 inches x 14.57 inches||24.65 inches x 11.32 inches x 16.08 inches||24.65 inches x 11.32 inches x 16.08 inches|
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|Anti-Bacterial Mesh Filter||✓||✓||✓|
|Bucket Full Indication||✓||✓||✓|
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|Dimensions||25.5 inches x 12.31 inches x 17.31 inches||24.4 inches x 11.6 inches x 15 inches||23.2 inches x 10.8 inches x 15.4 inches||20.5 inches x 10.5 inches x 13.8 inches|
|Item Weight||37 pounds||47 pounds||36.3 pounds||34 pounds|
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This is a new model with Energy Star certification that replaces a similar model, the FAD504DUD. Consumer Reports gave that one a very high rating. From what I can tell, the only real difference is the lower energy usage, 530 watts compared to 615 watts in the old model. This gives it an efficiency of 530*24/50=254 watt-hours per pint of water extracted from the air (lower numbers are better).
Here's how it compares to the other new models:
FAD704DWD - 70 pints per day, 255 Watt-hours per pint
FAD504DWD - 50 pints per day, 254 Watt-hours per pint (this one)
FAD301NWD - 30 pints per day, 256 Watt-hours per pint
Here are the older models:
FAD704DUD - 70 pints per day, 262 Watt-hours per pint
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NOTE: Although I own this model, this is mostly information on dehumidifiers in general. Other reviewers offer detailed specifics so no duplication needed here.
This covers 1-how it works; 2-sizing tips; 3-general tips, 4-cautions and user reflections.
HOW DEHUMIDIFIRES WORK
First, a dehumidifier is just like an air conditioner except for the location of the warm coil [technically the condenser coil]. With an A/C system the warm coil is outside the house [needs a 2nd fan], so an A/C unit has its cooling coil [technically a DX or expansion coil] inside the house [cooling it] and the heat it absorbs from the house air is transferred to the warm coil outside the house. Basically it is simple; the heat in the house is dumped outside. It's gotta go somewhere!
With a dehumidifier, the warm coil is inside, so the air cooled by the cooling coil blows across the warm coil [one fan needed]. Why? What happens? Well the cool air passing through the cool coil is warmed by the warm coil before exiting the unit.. The net result is that air discharged from the dehumidifier leaves the unit at about 100F [or about 20F warmer than room temperature]. What happens is that a dehumidifier does a better job removing moisture from the air but does not cool the house.
If you are a little confused, try this. Turn your dehumidifier off for about 5 minutes [this is important, trust me]. When you turn it on, put your hand immediately over the discharge air from the unit. You will feel cold air. As the warm air coil heats up, the discharge air changes from cold air to warm air.Read more ›
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Most Recent Customer Reviews
Terrible product. Fine for the first year but then would not drain water into garden hose for continuous draining. Read morePublished 12 hours ago by Discerning Consumer
I bought this unit 2 years ago to put in a relatively dry exercise room to remove excess moisture. I discovered today that the unit was the cause of the moisture as of late. Read morePublished 16 hours ago by Mitch Frankel
Thus far it has lived up to it's top rating by Consumer Reports. We have two additional Frigidaire dehumidifiers that are 5+ years old and still working perfectly.Published 2 days ago by Rick Saul
Unit works fine, a little noisy, but since it is my first dehum, maybe they are all like that.Published 2 days ago by P.Booth
Had this for about 3 weeks. It is on continuous drain and the basement is much dryer. Works great so far.Published 2 days ago by Alicia A. Boudreault