Question about Whirlpool AD40DSL Dehumidifier
Check the coils for partial icing. Id recommend unplugging it leaving it to defrost and plug back in. If still not working check coils again. If partially frozen you have a sealed system leak. The fan being noisy can be a sign its not working and not spinning high enough to cool coils for proper operation. Try taking a shower and leaving dehum in with you, After a shower leave in for about a hr, if water collects you prob have a failed fan. Id recommend repurchasing if OOW. Due to costs.
Posted on May 01, 2008
Same problem; any assistance is appreciated.
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