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Old 2017-04-24, 12:24 AM
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It is off I just started having second thoughts because I ran out of options to solve the issue
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Old 2017-04-24, 01:13 PM
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If it's 50 or below, I wouldn't worry about it in the spring. With the HRV off and the humidifier off you are not adding humidity. Eventually the air conditioner will pull excess humidity out. If it's above 50% then I'd use a dehumidifier in my basement.

p.s. don't open the basement windows at this time of year
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