Question about LG LHD45EL Dehumidifier
The temperature sensor on teh suction return line from the coil has drifted out of spec and needs to be replaced. This sensor is part of the sensor assembly which plugs into the control board. I purchased the part from Appliance Factory Parts on line, cost about $30, an hour or 2 to change depending on your mechanical level, it is easy to do. For Goldstar DH404E part # was 6877A30013M, they are same part for many models but if this is not the right # for your model just get the right "sensor assembly" for your model and change it out. It consists of Temp/humidy sensor in coil, temp sensor in suction return line, and plug harness that goes to float switch. My uni is running like new again.
Posted on Dec 16, 2008
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