Question about Dehumidifiers
Hi there, Yes this problem has been asked before by other users,
Firstly, there are several things to look for be you go crazy calling in a technician,
1. check the systems coils and make sure that they are not blocked with either , dirt or dust preventing the air flow or make sure the condenser fan is operating ,if both these things are clear or operating when the compressor starts then the system could be under charged or leaking in which case a technician would be advisable unless you understand and or have the necessary tools to carry out its repair. The only other thing that could be causing it is , if the humidi-thermostat is faulty and is causing to stay on too long (with could be why the system appears to work properly if you turn it off once and a while )
I hope this information helps you..
Also, Please remember if you feel like opening the machine up to check the can if its not running, make sure that the machine is totally un-plugged from the power supply to prevent any chance of electric shock , please be safe :)
Posted on May 17, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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