Step 1: Elevate Unit 6” in height.
Note: Feet can only provide 2 ½” height. Extra lift to be provided by installer.
Step 2: Knock inlet hole out of the condensate pump.
Step 3: Using a T25 Torx driver, remove two screws located on the side of the unit as shown.
Step 4: Attach the condensate pump assembly using the two screws as shown. Do not over tighten the screws.
Note: Make sure the unit is level by adjusting the feet height. Make sure bracket sets on the floor.
Step 5: Insert clamp onto 3/8” drain hose and then attach hose onto the barbed outlet fitting of the condensate pump. Tighten clamp. Verify hose is secured tightly to condensate pump by pulling gently on hose. Route hose appropriately to a drain.
Note: Do not exceed 10 ft. vertically when pumping to a drain above the unit.
Step 6: Attach 5/8” hose onto the barbed drain adaptor of the dehumidifier. Route hose to condensate pump as shown. Insert hose no more than 2” into condensate pump. It may be necessary to trim hose to properly fit.
Step 7: Plug the pump and dehumidifier cords into an outlet that is protected with A GFCI device on its circuit.
For pictures, refer to the product label on this page.