Question about Dehumidifiers
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Kenmore dehumidifier model 5230
have same problem of frosting. tried all combinations of humidity and speed settings. its still cold in basement so i fired up a small space heater. after 5 days still no results. seperate humidistat reads 83%. help please.
Posted on May 19, 2008
SOURCE: Ice on dehumidifier
A dehumidifier works by cooling the metal pipes on the back of the unit to create condensation (water vapor in the air). This then drips into the collector bucket. If the unit runs too long the cooling tubes can get too cold and freeze the condesing water vapor. Unplug the dehumidifier and let the ice melt, when u turn it back on, turn it down, it may be up too high. If you find this solution helpful please rate it.
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Posted on Jun 24, 2008
Check your filter, indoor coil and blower wheel to see if they are dirty, if they are they need to be cleaned, if not then you are probably low on refrigerant or Blower speed to low. If the blower doesn’t run when you turn the switch to on then you need to check the blower out, especially the capacitor.
Posted on Aug 23, 2009
SOURCE: Ice forming on the to
Usually this happens for one of two reasons: 1) there is a problem with the refrigerant and/or compressor (like a little leak of refrigerant)
2) the room that the compressor is in is too cool (below the operating range of the dehumidifier)
If the unit is under warranty, call for service if you know the room is above the minimum operating temp. If it is a problem with the refrigerant, they will probably replace the unit.
I hope this helps.
(we have an LG dehumidifier and had to have it replaced when it was less than a year old - it was icing up in the summer. It still iced up in the winter (at times due to cold in the basement).)
Posted on May 01, 2010
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