Question about GE AHG40LA Dehumidifier
I just recently purchased my dehumifier within the past 2 weeks and it constantly runs, however it has YET to collect a drop of water!! My basement is extremely humid. I have check to make sure nothing is blocked. Please advise.
The only thing you really need to check is that collector coil that the the water is supposed to condense upon, much like the "sweat" on a glass of ice water. If that collector coil is not nice and cold, then your machine needs freon or has some other serious problem.
Posted on Aug 04, 2007
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