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Frigdare lad254ntl "as" code

How do i get rid of this code ?

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BLOWER WHEEL BROKEN


older model- might not be able to get a replacement. try appliancepartspros.com

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The float is broken in our dehumidifier, is it repairable?


Is the float in the empty or full position?? If it is in the empty position, and the unit will run normally, then yes you can. The water will divert from the evap tray right into the hose. If it is stuck in the full position, and wont run because it thinks it's full, you will have to find a way to put and hold it in the empty position.

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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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My frigidaire dehumidifier mod. #LAD254NTL only fills the bucket and will not transfer to the connected hose


Dave, this happens quite frequently. It''s due to a clog in the hose or a clog in the hose connection tubing. If you unit has a float valve in the top of the bucket, be sure that it's not stuck in the UP position. To resolve clogging problem, do the following:

1. Turn the Master ON/OFF Switch to OFF and unplug the unit. Disconnect the hose from the unit
and check for clogs and remove them if necessary.

2. If no clogs were found in the hose, the clog is in the hose connection tubing. Use and 18"
long, plastic ZIP Tie, appropriately sized to fit in the hose connector tubing. Carefully insert the
Zip Tie or something similar (NO Wire coat hangers, though) into the hole and continue to push
it in until you reach a bend in the tubing. You will need to gingerly work it past this bend, until
the ZIP Tie either bottoms out or you run out of usable ZIP Tie. Then while rotating (Twisting) the
ZIP Tie, slowly pull it out. As you reach the inserted end of the ZIP Tie, be prepared for some
water to follow.

That should solve the problem. Be sure the hose is no longer than 5 feet and that it slopes downward from the unit, with no kinks in it.

Hope this helped you solve the problem. Please let me know, Thanks.

Jun 27, 2011 | Dehumidifiers

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Hy there...i just cant get rid of error 7,what should i do? thanks


I have the same problem E7 shows up we played with nothing happened :(

Apr 21, 2011 | Danby DDR600R Silhouette Dehumidifier

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My lg dehumidifer is not collecting any h2o


I would first check the drain bucket the auto shut off may still be stuck or broken. I have run across this times before.

Aug 22, 2009 | LG LHD45EL Dehumidifier

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Top of dehumidifier is very hot to the touch, filter is clean don't know what to do, afraid to put it on in case of fire.


Are you running it in high ambient temperatures?
Can you see any condensate(water) on the coil?
It may be that it is running above it's temperature range. A dehumidifier has two coils(radiators if you like). One gets cold, the other gets hot. The first one renoves the moisture from the air, this is the evaporator and is cold. The heat taken from the air is absorbed into the refrigerant and is given back to the air when it passes through th other coil, the condensor which is hot. The refrigeration circuit itself produces heat. This heat plus the heat absorbed from the air has to be got rid of. If the ambient temperature is high, the condensor will have trouble getting rid of the heat from the circuit. This can cause the case to feel hot to the touch. Assuming you don't have a refrigeration leak, it may not be worth running the unit if it is not removing moisture from the air. Is any water being dropped into the bucket? If it isn't, all you are doing is wasting electricity.

Aug 15, 2009 | Midea MDC-45AE Dehumidifier

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Danby DDR255 Dehumidifier


only works when on fan setting why i have a musty smell that I need to get rid of model ddr255 serial 0402040704525 help..

Feb 14, 2008 | Danby DDR401 Dehumidifier

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Dehumidifier keeps shutting itself off.


For some reason it is overheating and shutting itself off. There is a law that all electronics are supposed to have a point to where it automatically shuts off if it gets too hot from a malfunction or loose connection in the circuit board. It is to protect the consumer. You either need to take it to a tech or get rid of it. Get a new one.

Sep 13, 2006 | GE AHG40LA Dehumidifier

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