Question about Eva-Dry EDV300 Dehumidifier
Runs continuously and icing up
Three possibilities for coils icing up.
1. Low ambient temperature in the area where dehumidifier is located. If so, shut down and de-ice it. Then move the unit to a different - (warmer) - location and start it up.
2. Heating element - (which cycles periodically to liquify frost on the coils and allow water to drain) - is malfunctioning.
3. Low refrigerant level in the unit.
Posted on Jul 20, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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