Question about Dehumidifiers
I have this in my summer house, and it ices up after a couple of days. Could this be because there is no heating in the summer house? We have not had any frost.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
It is now frozen because the humidistat, which controls the on/off cycle, is starting to age and forgetting to turn off the dehumidifier. Try removing the humidistat and, using compressed air, blow it out thoroughly of any dust. Then spray the rotary control area, including electrical parts, with WD-40. Then, blow dry again with the compressor and try again.
Posted on Jun 24, 2007
Are the coils clean? If it has a filter is it clean? If yes to both, it has lost (leaked) refrigerant and it's time to buy a new dehumidifier. If the leak can be found it probably wouldn't be repairable and would cost more to fix than it's worth.
Posted on May 06, 2009
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