From what I see you want a compressor type dehumidifier and drain it into the sink with the gray valve open and the sewer arranged to drip on to the lawn. Maybe a squirrel shield at the drain end. ;-) You will be pulling pints not ounces of water out per day. A small circulating fan or two would also help keep thing balanced. Leave doors open for air to circulate.
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We purchased a artic king from bi-mart this spring and it works great. I like the idea of hooking the drain hose and putting it in the sink or shower. My rv repair guy said to put rubber covers over the drains so you don't draw the water out of the p-traps.