I recently posted about my Blyss dehumidifier not working. I removed the back panel for the 2nd time today and noticed the fan wasn't even moving. I spun it round (Health & Safety - with the plug pulled...
This is great. My guess it will keep working much longer. But perhaps when you put it down for a while you will enter the same problem. Electro motors, there are lots of different principles, sometimes stop on a point, they can't start. If this happens every time, you switch it off, there is a malfunction. this time, perhaps only a little dust gave to much friction, to come on.
The induction motor, in your Blyss, could have one defective coil in its rotor, but the chance it will stop on the same place again, will be slim. If it becomes annoying, because you have to rotate it more often, the motor should be replaced. (or start saving for a new dehumidifier)
Oct 06, 2014 |