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Ice build up on rear vent area

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SOURCE: Ice build-up on Danby Dehumidifier DDR583R

Make sure you have enough air moving over the coils. There is an air filter on some models which may be obstructed. Insufficient air flow will cause your problem.

Posted on Sep 25, 2009

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Wht does my dehumidifier keeps getting ice build up


Possibly dirty. Remove and clean all the filter parts and inner coil.
Be careful not to damage any of the cooling surface area.
Most of the time, you will get improper airflow from blockage.
Completely clean and try after to see if this corrects this issue.
Oh, a new filter if you have one.

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Dehumidifier does not reduce humidity.


Good Afternoon Miguel,

I understand that your Frigidaire dehumidifier, model# LAD704TDL, is not reducing the humidity, due to the coils constantly freezing up. I also see that it is located in good temperatures and in a good position. I suggest contacting the manufacturer directly. They should be able to point you in the right direction to having your appliance fixed. Hope this is helpful.

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WP

Jul 01, 2014 | Frigidaire Dehumidifier LAD704TDL

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Ice forms on the coils. Would wet clothing hung in the area contribute to this problem? The temperature of the area is in the high 50's - 60's.


Yes. Wet clothing would act to put Humidity in the air. think of the air as a sponge the more you heat the air the more the air will take moisture out of its surrondings. The more you cool the air the less moisture it can hold.
a Dehumidifier is a reverse refrigrator.. Air is forced over cool coils and the moisture forms and freezes on the coils (ice). The unit turns off and the coil and ice takes heat up from the surrounding area (makes room colder;Clothing takes longer to dry; The temperature in that room should be were people reside 70-80 degrees). the ice melts and water drips into a holding container which you dump periodically. Solution: 1. remove wet clothing or 2. raise temperature in room. 3. put a space heater in that room instead of Dehumidifier

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Coils freezing up, is this normal during operation?


Check fan speed. Also if coil (it's the evaporator) is clean.

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Unit iceing uo


Hi,
Dehumidifiers freezing up can be causes by a few different problems.
Here is a tip that I wrote to help people with the freezing dehumidifier problem....

Dehumidifier is Freezing up and not working
http://www.fixya.com/support/r4662033-dehumidifier_freezing_up_not_working

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Ice build-up on Danby Dehumidifier DDR583R


Make sure you have enough air moving over the coils. There is an air filter on some models which may be obstructed. Insufficient air flow will cause your problem.

Sep 17, 2009 | Danby DDR583R Dehumidifier

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Coils Ice Up and nothing is dehumidified


If the coil is clean, then have a tech check for a low charge. This will cause the coil to freeze up. Humidifers are known to lose gas and owners aren't told this so end up buying new one and scraping the old one. Trust me on this. I have seen this many times. I repair high end machinery as my business.

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Ice build up


I would say you need a humid control on your unit.it may be running more then normal.

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ICE Buildup


Either runs too long (bad hygrometer switch) or is low on refrigerant or has a restriction.

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