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Old 07-24-2013, 04:36 AM   #11
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have you used these? Do they work well? I just finished my keezer and noticed that it will need a dehumidifier.


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Old 07-24-2013, 04:40 PM   #12
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have you used these? Do they work well? I just finished my keezer and noticed that it will need a dehumidifier.
They work well, as long as your keezer isn't full of water/beer, or anything like that


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Old 07-24-2013, 07:11 PM   #13
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They work well, as long as your keezer isn't full of water/beer, or anything like that
Are you being sarcastic to say that they don't work, or are you saying that they work as long as the humidity problem is not too extreme?
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Are you being sarcastic to say that they don't work, or are you saying that they work as long as the humidity problem is not too extreme?
I love mine they work well better if they're in line with a fan. Mine is about 6 inches from the fan. I need to plug(recharge) mine every other month or so in the summer here and every 6 in the winter.
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Are you being sarcastic to say that they don't work, or are you saying that they work as long as the humidity problem is not too extreme?
Not being sarcastic at all. I meant that they work great, but don't expect a miracle (like soaking up 3 inches of standing water or beer in your keezer if something springs a leak, for example). But for regular condensation from keezers cycling on/off, it works very well.
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Got mine the other day thanks again


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