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Kenmore Drain Hose

Item# 04209181000P | Model# 9181 | Added on May 16, 2012
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$6.99
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Drain Hose for use with dehumidifiers.
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8 found this review helpful
by DaveIL2009
April 16th, 2009
Worked as Advertised

While the product description does not specify the length, and while I did not take the time to measure the length of the hose prior to installation and trimming, I would estimate the length to be around ten feet. To un-kink the hose, run hot water through it for a minute or so to make it flexible, straighten it out, and let it cool. No leaks so far.

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5 found this review helpful
by BasementGirl
October 26th, 2008
Connection Leaks

When connected to the dehumidifier, the hose leaks. For some reason, the connection isn't secure fitting. I don't know if it's the hose or the dehumidifier or both. But, after trying it a few times and checking the fitting, I know longer use it.

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MarkMechanic

It fits

Works good with the dehumidifier I bought.

January 3rd, 2013 via sears.com
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ernied29

No Advertised length

Did not puchase this item. In searching for a drain hose, I had to go to REVIEWS to find the length and even then it was a customer estimate. Specs state "drain hose". I need more info than that. Length would have been nice

November 16th, 2011 via sears.com
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gfldcustomer

Kenmore drain hose collapses and kinks.

<p>When being used, the new drain hose collapses and kinks, thereby preventing water from the dehumidifier to drain properly and consistently. Consequently, the reservoir fills and the dehumidifier shuts off, whereas we need it running constantly to dehumidify the location, so the hose is preventing our using the dehumidifier in the manner we need to use it. We have had to resort to using the old hose from prior dehumidifier and fortunately this is adequate; we have previously been able to run the dehumidifier continuously without worrying about this kind of problem.</p>

June 1st, 2011 via sears.com
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DaveIL2009

Worked as Advertised

While the product description does not specify the length, and while I did not take the time to measure the length of the hose prior to installation and trimming, I would estimate the length to be around ten feet.

To un-kink the hose, run hot water through it for a minute or so to make it flexible, straighten it out, and let it cool.

No leaks so far.

April 16th, 2009 via sears.com
8 of 8 found this review helpful.
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BasementGirl

Connection Leaks

When connected to the dehumidifier, the hose leaks. For some reason, the connection isn't secure fitting. I don't know if it's the hose or the dehumidifier or both. But, after trying it a few times and checking the fitting, I know longer use it.

October 26th, 2008 via sears.com
5 of 5 found this review helpful.
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WNYBasement

Not what I expected

I expected a flexible rubber hose by the looks of the picture; what I got was a pretty flimsy plastic hose that has a tendency to kink and can't make sharp bends. I would go with a different hose if I had to do it again. Get a good rubber hose that is flexible. It might cost you more money, but I think you'd be happier.

August 27th, 2008 via sears.com
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JimSears

3 stars

internet leaves out the most important spec. How long is it ?????? Hose is too flexable and has tendency to kink when going around corners.

August 9th, 2007 via sears.com
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