Question about Haier HDN455 Dehumidifier
I believe it is highly likely you've got a short somewhere in your unit. The highest probability is that the cord is compromised. If that's not it, you could have bad winding insulation in the motor. It shouldn't be difficult to isolate the problem if you know your way around a multi-function volt/ohm meter.
Posted on Dec 28, 2007
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