Question about Whirlpool AD40DSL Dehumidifier
You prob do have a restriction in the sealed system. This causes the coils to not heat enough to stay defrosted. 68 degrees i believe is the minimum so if its 70 its def got a issues with the coils not staying hot enough to stay defrosted. This will most likely require replacement. Especially if you have cleaned coils and still freezes. Try it in different room. If persists most likely a sealed restriction. Replace.
Posted on May 01, 2008
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