Question about Haier HDN655E Dehumidifier
I'm surprised that you are trying to dehumidify if you are in the northern hemisphere right now.
But, before you go off trying to fix the refrigerant, see if you can get a glass of ice water to sweat near the dehumidifier. While relative humidity might be high in cold climates right now, it's a relative number, as the total grains of moisture is far lower than what it would be in a warmer climate. Cold air saturates easier, because it holds less, moisture.
Most people use a humidifier in the winter because they want to saturate the air with water, which is better for the human body, and minimizes static electricity.
I can help you diagnose the dehumidifier if you want. The coil should only get to 40 degrees or so. But the sweating glass of water will tell you if there is enough moisture in the air for the dehumidifier to wring out.
Posted on Jan 30, 2009
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