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Fr4gidaire thru-the-wal FRA12EHT2 heating/cooling unit does not hEAT. Tried diff speeds and heat settings, and the remote. Nothing worked.

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How does a dehumidifier work


exactly the same way an airconditioner does but in reverse and does not provide any air heat/cooling

a change in gas pressure(compressor) over an partial obstruction(oraface) changes it''s temperature simple physics results in pulling heat/moisture from surrounding air and condenses it drops water into bucket by force of gravity chilled moisture free air gets sent out of case thru slots

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CAN I PUT THE EXHAUST TUBE INTO STORAGE CLOSET INSTEAD OF PUTTING IT IN A DOOR GOING TO THE OUTSIDE?


I think you are asking about a portable air conditioner, not a de-humidifier. With that assumed, the answer is, NO - that is not a good idea. The exhaust tube is for getting rid of the heat that you have pulled from the room you are cooling, plus the extra heat that the device itself creates. This is a considerable amount of heat, which will quickly heat up the closet and leak back into the room you are trying to cool. If the closet it tightly sealed, the unit will not be able to push the air through the tube, and the unit itself will overheat. The result will be that you will be buying electricity to actually RAISE the temperature of the room you are trying to cool.

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Whirlpool Gold dehumidifier #AD70GUSX pumps out tonnes of heat


You have to set the dehumidifier at 45 percent, above 45 percent will remove water from your body and will dehydrate you. Any dehumidifier it may be check how much percent you set it at. I have the same model ad70gusx I set it at 45 and I love it.. I am in a cool dry place

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When the mode button is pushed, I only receive the option of dehumidifying, or just fan. The manual claims it has a heat option but it is not available. A friend of mine has the same one and they have the...


Sorry to read about your problem, I hope this helps you out.

Their has to be a model difference issue . I have checked the Manuel and have put a copy of the section, for modes. and their is no heat only mode.

Your unit uses heat anyway, so i really do not know how, heat only would help you. I would say to look at the sticker on your friends model, and see if the numbers are exact.

Default Setting:

When the unit is first connected to a power supply, the electronic circuit board will automatically default to the following factory settings;
Mode: Dehumidifier Humidity Set Air Value:60% RH Fan Speed: = Low

NOTE: In the event of a power failure or the unit is switched 'Off', the most recent settings are retained and restored once the power is switched "On"/resumed.
IMPORTANT NOTE: Depending on the ambient humidity conditions, when power is restored or switched 'On' the dehumidifier may not start automatically under the factory or custom (see page 7) default setting. This is an indica- tion that the ambient RH% level of the surrounding envi- ronment is lower than the current default setting and it may be necessary to select a lower set RH% value.
DRY MODE SELECTION: 1. The unit does not have to be switched on (opera- tional) to select/set a program. All programs can be selected with the unit in the "off" position.
2. Press the MODE button until the Dry symbol is shown in the mode area of the display. Note: Each time the MODE button is pressed, the setting will alternate between DRY (dehumidifier) and FAN (only) mode.

3. Press the or cursor buttons to select the desired RH% operating value. To select CONTINUOUS operation,pressthe buttonuntilthesymbol"--" appears in the SET AIR display. During CONTINUOUS mode operation, the humidistat (control) will be by-passed and the compressor will operate non-stop regardless of humidity conditions.
FAN SPEED SELECTION:

4. Press the fan symbol on the keypad. Each time the button is pressed, the mode selection will alternate between "High Fan" and "Low Fan" speed options. The fan speed you select will appear in the LED display; either a 4 blade fan symbol for 'high fan' or a 3 blade fan symbol for 'low fan' will be shown in the display area.

5. When all settings are complete, press the I/O button to start the selected operation (MODE) and the blue opera- tion light will illuminate.

FAN ONLY MODE SELECTION:
1. Press the MODE button until the fan blade symbol is shown in the mode area of the display. 2. Press the "Fan" symbol on the keypad. Each time the button is pressed, the mode selection will alternate between "High Fan" and "Low Fan" speed options.
3. When all settings are complete, press the on/off button to start fan mode operation and the blue operation light will illuminate.

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Dec 31, 2010 | Danby DDR586R Dehumidifier

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Hi, Does the dehumidifier produce heat or cool air? When I put mine on, the room becomes hotter.


Hi,
Yes it will make heat in a room... the unit does not cool or heat but the compressor produces heat from it running...

heatman101

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I have a Whirlpool dehumidifier model AD050SG0, is it supposed to blow hot air out of the back of the unit?


A dehumidifier is a 'de-tuned' air conditioner. Its job is to remove some of the heat from the air, causing a temperature differential which in turn should make the warm air give up some of its moisture ... just like a AC unit.

To understand the operation, you must accept that you cannot cool anything ... you must remove the heat from it. The heat (energy) must go somewhere ... in the case of a dehumidifier, it goes back into the room. Oh yes, also contributing to the heat is the electric components you are running ... the control boards, the compressor and the fan ... all use power and thus, give off heat.

Should there be heat coming out of the unit? ... yes, if it is running. Don't get mad ... these are things you probably learned in 6th grade science class - relative humidity - heat differential - properties of energy - etc.

Thanks for your question at FixYa.com

Aug 23, 2010 | Whirlpool Dehumidifiers

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On a coleman heat pump DRHS0421CB when the thermostat call for heat the heat pump compressor and fan start for an instant and then they stop and a failure message shows up on the thermostat. This works the...


If both the fan and compressor are going off the problem would be in the low voltage side a safety is opening. Probably low on refrigerant. You need to check refrigerant pressure when the unit is starting, if the pressure drops below 60 psig the low pressure switch will open and shut the compressor and fan off.
You really need to have a service technician check the system out for you.


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Unit blows out cold air while on dehumidifier


Liz; Check for a fuse somewhere in the heat circuit. The master breaker in the house panel also

Jul 07, 2009 | Dehumidifiers

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Puts off a lot of heat


Additional heat from a dehumidifier should only be the electrical heat generated from the compressor. This is due to the fact that the cooling coil and condenser coil (hot bit) are normally located next to each other with a common airflow so the heat generated should be minimal. Hope this helps.

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