Question about Danby 60-Pint Dehumidifier
This the 60 Pint model that is dehumidifier, humidifier and air cleaner. I have only been using it as a dehumidifier. Until recently, when I switched it off from with the on/off button beside the LCD, all was quiet from the unit. Now when I turn it off with the button I hear a motor running from somewhere inside the unit. It only stops of course when I unplug it from the wall. Even if I just plug it back in, without actually turning it on from the front do I hear this motor running. What could this be ?? I'm not entirely sure if it's running correctly now, so I'm just trying it out since spring has arrived. regards P.D.
It's normal, the motor is running while it's not powered on to make the water filtered in the tank.
Do you get problem with water get on the floor?
Posted on Dec 10, 2007
Posted on Sep 27, 2009
I contacted the manufacturer, and they said this is not normal and to bring it in for service.
It seems to be a fault in the design, is my understanding.
Otherwise it would have made this noise in the first few days of operating it (if it was normal operation)
Posted on Jun 10, 2008
Mine does the same thing, and no, it is not normal. While the motor is continuously running no water even enters the collection chamber in spite of humidity levels which would suggest it should. Can the manufacturer respond????
Posted on Jan 15, 2008
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