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I have Idylis dehumidifier model#0526051 and when the dehumidifier is running the air coming out of the dehumidifier is quite warm. is this normal or is there an issue with my unit. thanks. joan

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SOURCE: Looking for the drain tubing and the plastic brain connector for a Idylis dehumidifier model #0526051. Can you help??

Fixya does not sell Idylis dehumidifier parts.

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