Question about Maytag M7DH45B2A Dehumidifier
Ran the unit one summer without problems. Turned off and unplugged for the winter. When I attempted to turn the unit on the next spring nothing happens. I press the power button and nothing, no lights or anything. Could this be an easy fix I could do? I hate to have it shipped for repairs.
This reply does not solve the problem, however my MAYTAG M7DH
45B2A DEHUMIDIFIER had the same problem.
Circuit Board COR 268BV1.O had circuits burned (on lower side of
board). The circuits that showed signs of arching were the right end
of D1, D 2, D3, D4, and at C2, C3, C4, C5, J1, O1,.
Apparently water must have entered the area and shorted these circuits. But I do not know. The only alternative is to replace circuit
board or junk it
Posted on Jul 03, 2008
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