Question about GE AHG40LA Dehumidifier
I have a GE dehumidifier that is 3-4 years old. It has a digital setting on the front where I set it for How Dry I Want It To Be. The highest humidity setting is 70. I set it to 70 and it never shuts off. We are in the heating season so the furnace is running. The furnace being on usually dries the air in the house. I am sure the humidity in the house is far below 70%. The fan and the compressor run and the coils get cold but I never see it in the OFF state. Have I got a BAD Humidity sensor ? AND where can I get parts for this model # AHG40LCM1 ?
I am having the same problem with mine and it has started freezing up for no reason. Did you get any answers
Posted on May 19, 2007
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