Question about Goldstar DH304 Dehumidifier
Unit runs fine, shuts off fine, and is removing moisture, but not in the collection bucket. It ends up on the floor under and around the unit.
The drain hole within the unit is most likely plugged up with an accumulation of crud. (Common problem). Depending on the make/model, you may be able to access that drain hole by simply removing the collection bucket. If not, then unplug the unit and remove the housing to gain access to the internal drain.
Posted on Jun 25, 2009
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