Question about Fedders A7DH65B2A Dehumidifier
Try to turn it on and nothing happens. What should I check?
Posted by Anonymous on
WIZ huh? NAGEV says:
check the plug!??? - DUH! I also love ...
5) Remove and test the overflow cutoff switch.
6) Remove the humidistat and check it. Replace it if necessary.
7) If the unit still doesn't work, call an appliance repair person!!!
I guess he's only helping the repair person! Who would pay for this kind of advise? The layperson needs details not big words!
Posted on Jul 06, 2009
If your dehumidifier shows no signs of life: 1) Check the power. Be sure it is plugged into a working outlet and turned on. 2) Unplug the dehumidifier unit and check the power cord. If necessary, replace the cord. 3) Remove the cover panel. 4) Look for ice. If you see any ice blocking parts, let the ice melt and do not use the unit until room temperature exceeds 65 degrees F (most dehumidifiers are not designed for use in colder spaces and may freeze up). Many people find that, by unplugging the unit and waiting about 30 days into the season, the problem is cured. 5) Remove and test the overflow cutoff switch. 6) Remove the humidistat and check it. Replace it if necessary. 7) If the unit still doesn't work, call an appliance repairperson or take the unit into an appliance repair shop --the compressor motor or the relay and overload switch may be the problem.
Posted on Jan 18, 2006
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