Question about Haier HDN655E Dehumidifier
So after emptying the reservoir more times than I can recollect I decided it was time to install the drain hose and let the water flow into my sump well. Piece of cake right? Well no so fast. After installing the hose I thought my troubles were over. Of course the fact HDN655E would not run without the reservoir made me suspect it would not be that easy. So this morning when I strolled down to the basement to check on the HDN655E and... the reservoir was full. In short despite the hose being connected w/ no obstructions mind you, no water flowed through the hose to the sump. Now if I remove the reservoir and look at the output valve inside of the HDN655E it is threaded. So I am thinking there must be a plug the screws on. However at the risk of creating a small 65 pint flood I would like to know what is the correct procedure for the installing the drain hose and getting the flow to work. Thanks
Usually all you have to do is to remove any cap on the outlet fitting, attach the hose, & make sure it has a downhill run to the drain or well. Visual inspection should be enough to guarantee no obstructions exist.
Posted on Jul 17, 2007
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