Question about Dehumidifiers
I own the Hampton bay hb30 dehumidifier, it was working fine down in my basement pulling a lot of water I went to check the bucket today as I do every other day and there's only a 1/4" of water compared to other times, I thought maybe the filter needs cleaning so I proceeded to remove it when I saw that the almost the entire back behind the plastic grill is covered in ice. Any help or advice will be greatly appreciated
I have a Hampton Bay HB50 with the same problem. I replaced the defrost control switch that connects to the compressor inlet line. The part # is 112900550001 and it was about $50.00
Posted on Dec 14, 2008
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