Question about Kenmore 53701 Dehumidifier
My model #580.53701300 is running but not collecting water. Is there some part that needs replacement or does something need cleaning. I have vacuumed it over once alread.
Your coils are probably frosted up. This can happen from the basement temperature being too cold if you dont have the automatic defrost type of dehumidifier, or it could be low on coolant from a pinhole that leaked it out. Mine did the same thing and I had to buy another one. I bought one thats operates down to 41 degrees Fahrenheit and it is an automatic defrost type. It works good for my basement because I have central air which makes the basement even cooler and harder to dehumidify without freezing the dehumidifier up.
Posted on Apr 30, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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