Question about Danby DDR2504 Dehumidifier
We have the Arcticaire ADR4066 and have installed a cut piece of garden hose to use the direct drain feature. We got the unit yesterday (Friday, Sep. 22/06) and have noticed that instead of draining through the hose, the tank still fills up. The hose is connected to the nipple, as per the directions, but the water is still coming out of the hole on the opposite side. Are we missing something? Have we overlooked something simple? Thanks!
Check to see that the hose isn't clogged, and that the hose runs down hill from the tank all the way to the drain. if it is higher than the tank at any point in its path it will not drain. you may put the dehumidifier on top of a small platform to aid drainage. also check that the knockout removed so there is a hole to let the water go from the tank to the hose?
Posted on Feb 22, 2008
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