Question about LG LHD45EL Dehumidifier
I have this dehumidifier in the lower level of my house. A very thin layer of frost develops initially over the entire coil when it is started, starts at the top and proceeds over the whole coil rather quickly. It then seems to disapate. However, after it has been running for 12-24 hours, I can come back and the thing is covered in a thick layer of ice. So thick, that it will actually push the front cover off. The air fitler and coil are both spotless and air flow is fine. The temperature is always over 68-70 degrees. Is there a switch somewhere I need to replace? Something that's not triggering the refrigeration to cycle? thanks for your help.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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