Question about Dehumidifiers
LED displays P1. I can only clear it if I unplug the power cord.
Condenser coils do not freeze, it is the evaporator coils that freeze. If it is icing up then the setting is too low for the area it is in, basically the humidistat will never be satisfied so it will run continually and end up freezing the evap coils, the coils could also freeze if the filter is dirty or there is an air flow problem.
Posted on Jun 13, 2009
It appears to mean "defrosting." In other words, the condenser coils have gotten too cold and are icing up. If you let it run, it will warm up and begin working again in about 15-20 minutes.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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