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Zenith dehumidifier ZD300Y0 does not drain out the hose anymore? Is it a sensor or something else? Thanks

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Make sure that you have water bucket and drain hose properly connected.
You may need to replace the sensor.

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The manual for the Zenith 30-pint dehumidifier is available here: . Click on the More Information tab. The direct link for the manual is .

I hope this helps.

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Also, you might want to see if the hose connection on the reservoir, still has the "knock out plug" still in place. Look at the hose connection on the reservoir, and if you can't see through it, or put a screwdriver through it, you need to punch it out the middle with a screwdriver. Open up the hole as much as you can so it will drain into and through your hose.

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