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Manage My Life

Can I use a dehumidifier in the room that my gas furnace and water heater are in?

by Manage My Life Last activity date:
August 7th, 2008

I have purchased the Kenmore 30 pint dehumidifier and would like to use it in my basement. I may need to put it in the room where my gas furnace and water heater are. There was a safety instruction in the manual that said to ventilate before operating when gas goes out. Does this mean that I cannot run the dehumidifier in this room or my home?

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Humidifiers , Kenmore , Building Supplies , Home Improvement
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Manage My Life
You can use the dehumidifier in your basement safely. The safety instruction for your furnace or water heater means that before a pilot light is re-lit, that the area should be ventilated to ensure there isn't a large gas buildup. This is a precaution only - there is already a safety feature in place that will turn off the gas at the appliance if the pilot light was to go out. The dehumidifier won't compromise any safety in your basement.
by Manage My Life
August 7th, 2008
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