Question about Amcor Dehumidifiers
There is a tube that fits into a hole on the right hand side of the unit down the bottom. Apparently when you turn the unit on water comes out of the whole and there is meant to be a stopper and/or a tube to filter the water into a bucket. I purchased this secondhand and the seller didn't have the tube. Do you know where I can purchase one?? Thank you
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
somewhere there is a "knockout" or "plug" or something similar you have to remove or replace it to get it to drain through the hose, there should be some documentation in the owners manual about it, try troubleshooting in the back of the manual. If not look directly into the hose outlet and see if theres a plastic plug there, if there is use a screwdriver or something similar to GENTLY remove the plug, you may have to just study the machine when its running to get a better idea of how the water drains, maybe the machine came with something like it in one of the plastic bags the accessories came in.
Posted on Jul 23, 2008
Are the fan and the compressor both on? These dehumidifiers seem to have a lot of trouble. Check out this forum:
Posted on May 17, 2009
SOURCE: Unit is repeatedly freezing up
Almost all dehumidifiers now have automatic defrost, but if you are seeing frost is just one small area, it means there is a refrigerant leak. Check your warranty to see if the sealed system is covered longer than one year. Generally, if it is, most manufacturers will replace the unit (rather than repair it, as the repair is rather expensive compared to the cost of a new unit). If you do not have any sealed system warranty coverage left on it, don't fix it. Buy a new dehumidifier.
Posted on May 20, 2009
Try cleaning the filter first. Wash it with water and let it dry overnight. Then make sure no debris is blocking the inside of the spiggot which fills the pan. The spiggot can get blocked by dust anddebris or insect webs. Clean thoroughly with a rag and your finger.
Posted on Oct 08, 2009
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