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Frigidaire FAD301NWD Energy Star 30-Pint Dehumidifier

Frigidaire FAD301NWD Energy Star 30-Pint Dehumidifier

The Frigidaire FAD310NWD Energy Star 30-pint Dehumidifier is capable of continuous operation when the unit is located near a suitable drain. It features top-center mechanical controls, an easily accessible collection container with level indicator and a washable filter that reduces bacteria, room odors and other airborne particles. The Space Wise portable design includes top handle, integrated side handles and caster wheels making it easy to move your unit from room to room.

  • Protects your home from mold and mildew caused by excess moisture
  • Helps eliminate bacteria in the air that can make breathing difficult
  • Manual relative humidity range: 35-percent-85-percent
  • 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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  1. 131 of 135 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Very pleased, August 13, 2013
    Darthjal (North America) –

    This review is from: Frigidaire FAD301NWD Energy Star 30-Pint Dehumidifier (Misc.)
    The 41-year-old Westinghouse dehumidifier in my basement finally gave up the ghost early this summer. Because it was already very humid, I was desperate to get a new one ASAP. Apparently, so was everyone else in New England because I couldn’t find a good one in the stores. Most had already sold out and the few that were left were brands with bad reputations for recalls, overheating, etc.

    Based on reviews and word of mouth, I really wanted a Frigidaire. I should have ordered one online right away instead of trying to find one locally. Fortunately, I only had to wait a few days after I ordered, and it was worth the wait.

    I put the Frigidaire on a sturdy table and hooked up a short hose to the outlet on the back of the unit. I put the other end of the hose in a nearby washtub and didn’t have to wait very long for water to start trickling out of the hose.

    Before I ordered the Frigidaire, I had tried another type of dehumidifier that uses thermoelectric/Peltier technology. The most moisture it could collect was two ounces in eight hours. I knew that wasn’t enough, especially for what I had paid for it. In contrast, on a really humid day, the Frigidaire can collect a few ounces in just an hour. And since it’s going into the sink, I don’t ever have to empty a bucket.

    As for the noise – it may depend on your point of reference. My 41-year-old Westinghouse was quieter, but it was also less efficient and less powerful. On the other hand, all of my air conditioners are window units, and they’re louder than the dehumidifier, especially when the compressor in the air conditioner cycles on and off. I WISH they sounded like the dehumidifier.

    At least the quality of the sound coming from this dehumidifier isn’t annoying. It’s not high-pitched and it doesn’t rattle. It’s more like a steady hum.

    What surprised me more is the exhaust. For all I know, maybe this is typical of modern dehumidifiers: it blows out of the top, creates a fairly stiff breeze, and it’s warm. (Maybe it’s only warm when the basement is warm. I don’t know.) I don’t remember the Westinghouse doing that. There was some exhaust, but it blew straight out the back and wasn’t as noticeable. This is definitely noticeable. It’s not a problem, but I wouldn’t want to keep it around loose papers or flimsy window-curtains.


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  2. 128 of 134 people found the following review helpful
    2.0 out of 5 stars
    Lasted only 3 weeks, November 29, 2013

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    This review is from: Frigidaire FAD301NWD Energy Star 30-Pint Dehumidifier (Misc.)
    Less than three weeks of usage and it quit working. Worked fine until now. All it does now is move air without dehumidifying it. The water bucket is totally dry. Went through the trouble-shooting steps to no avail. Now I have to go through the process of getting it repaired.

    Update: 12-21-2013

    After contacting Frigidaire they told me that they don’t coordinate any repair on their dehumidifiers, rather, they provide a buy-back option, to reimburse the purchaser of the cost of the faulty unit. I can’t believe the waste involved in this process. It’s more cost effective for them I guess, but they aren’t doing the landfills any favors. Understand, this broken dehumidifier will get scrapped properly–at a place that will extract the refrigerant, etc, but it just seems like such a waste to me. I wonder how many other small appliances are handled this way. Haven’t been reimbursed yet either. I already got another small dehumidifier from a different manufacturer, and, comparing the two, the Frigidaire was much too noisy anyway. I would not buy that one again even if I thought it would last longer than three weeks–or three years for that matter.

    Update: 1-6-2013

    Frigidaire honored their warranty on the defective dehumidifier by sending me what appears to be either a credit or debit charge card of the full amount spent on the unit.


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  3. 80 of 85 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Keeps my garage bone dry., September 6, 2013
    Zacklur (Miami Beach, FL USA) –

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    This review is from: Frigidaire FAD301NWD Energy Star 30-Pint Dehumidifier (Misc.)
    I bought this dehumidifier because I was having trouble keeping my garage moisture-free in rainy South Florida. Mold and mildew were becoming a problem and I was reluctant to store anything there, to say nothing of the unpleasant musty odors that were attaching themselves to my luggage and things like that. This dehumidifier isn’t huge, but it sure does the trick. The design is great. It has wheels and a recessed handle that slides out for easy portability. There’s a dial so that you can set the unit to turn on when it reaches your desired level of dryness, or you can set it to remain on constantly. I keep mine set about halfway and that seems to be enough for my space, and doesn’t seem to use much electricity. The dial is relative and not digital, so you can’t set to a particular numerical value. The unit turns on and off as necessary, and when the water container is full, the unit stops and a light goes on. There’s also a thin vertical window on the reservoir with a floater so you can see how close to full the unit is. When it’s full (or whenever you like), the bottom portion slides out of the front of the machine and itself has a handle so that you can dump out the water–kind of heavy when full, though. It’s not the quietest of machines–kind of sounds like a small fan or air conditioner when operating, but that wasn’t a problem for my needs. If you need silence, then you probably need to go chemical with a DampRid or something like that. The cord is a decent length, and there’s a built-in elastic retainer on the back for easy cord storage. In short, I’m glad I bought this. No more mold in my garage, and it smells fresh and clean in there all the time.


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