Question about DeLonghi DDE50E Dehumidifier
Basement - extremely wet, water on floor with heavy rains due to high water table. Temperature 45-50F. Coils start to frost over after about an hour of run time. To be expected? Need repair?
Expected? of course! this is not ur solution try draining all the water to the sewerage if u cant try to pump it out with a vacuum cleaner (that can pump water) or a pump then turn on the Dehumidifier every time it frosts turn it off untill it defrosts or u can heat up the basement with a bellower and the Dehumidifier wont frost
Posted on Feb 06, 2006
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