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A dehumidifier heats and cools the air to remove moisture. Most are like a small air cond. The Condenser coil is right in front of the evap.coil. So the compressor may not be coming on. Does it sound the same as before? It may be low on freon. You will have to get in there and listen and feel the lines at or near the compressor, Learn how to get down in there to the compressor. Run it for 10 Mins. unplug it, open it up, and feel the lines. Some lines should be or can be HOT to the touch. Some should be cool. The smaller the line the hotter it should be, and the compressor should be warm (to hot) to the touch. repost for more info.
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BLOWER UNIT REMOVAL
Remove the glove box.
2. Remove Glove box FRAME
3. Pull back the carpet and remove the kick panel. Remove the control unit bracket mounting nuts (4). Disconnect the connectors (5) and remove the control unit and bracket.
Remove the self-tapping screws (3) and remove the heater duct.
Remove the blower (3 nuts).
If the car has A/C, remove the blower unit according to the sequence shown
BLOWER MOTOR REPLACEMENT Refer to illustration for blower unit disassembly and reassembly, noting the following:
Before reassembly, make sure that the air door and linkage moves smoothly without binding.
When reattaching the recirculation control motor, make sure its positioning will not allow the air door to be pulled too far. Attach the recirculation control motor and all linkage, then apply battery voltage and watch the recirculation control door movement. If necessary, loosen the holding screw and move the recirculation control motor up or down
CONTROL ROD ADJUSTMENT Connect the recirculation control motor connector to the main wire harness and turn the FRE/REC switch to "REC". Hold the air door closed, then connect the control rod to the clip on the arm.
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Unfortunatly no there isnt. The tv bottom contains all the circuits, color guns, speakers. From where the bottom of the screen starts to the top is all part of the entire cabinet which is molded plastic. The top part contains a mirror and the screen you see as well as possibly a remote sensor. Short of sawing it in half and tossing it away you could take it apart but this would have to be done completely to gain you the most space and could be dangerous considering the high voltage transformer that the unit uses to power the color guns.
well the short answer is : Check the sides of the set see if there is a crack in the middle where you could separate them Long answer: i would not recommend it even if it does, the screens are sensitive and could get dust inside the screen. Never taken one apart that far. i suspect most tech don't because of the problems aligning and dust ect.. trying to get it back together.
move the Base unit away from the TV. Check if ADSL filter in use may need to replace one or all ADSL filters
2.4 GHZ hmmm do you have 802.11 BNG WI FI in use with any of your computers ???
2.4 Ghz is a problem as computer WI FI uses this frequency as well !
check the line cord is plugged in to the base unit
Check base has power