Question about Fedders R6DH45X Dehumidifier
Our dehumidifier worked well for about 3 years and now it seems to have quit. We had used the regular bin that came with it and had to empty the water every 24 hours but my husband recently put on a hose to drain the water. We also have two other dehumidifiers working in other rooms in our basement and they are still pulling off alot of water every 24 hours so I don't think that it is a change in the humidity in the air. Any suggestions?
Looks like I am in the same boat as all of you. Identical issue with the A7DH45B2A model.
Posted on Sep 14, 2008
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