Question about Goldstar DH504EL Dehumidifier
I have a Goldstar GHD30 dehumidifier approximately 2 years old. It had recently been leaking a blue green fluid like substance from underneath. Now it seems completely dead. I've checked my circuit breaker, the outlet, the dehumidifier filter, coils evrything inside looks fine except nothing runs. The fan, condenser nothing runs. Could it have leaked freon? If so would this prevent the fan from working too? Could I have multiple issues? Is it worth having someone come out and look at it or do I just need to buy a new one? Thanks, Eric
If any machine is completely electrically dead it is a sign that there is no electrical voltage getting through to operate it. Using an electric meter it is a relatively easy task to find the point of differential voltages which would indicate where the open circuit is located. The blue green fluid found is from copper oxide and is not necessarily indicative of a refrigerant leak. Oil present would be an indicator of a refrigerant leak.
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