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You may have the humidity extraction level set to HIGH. Try lowering the humidity extraction level to 35% or if you have an analog unit, turn the control knob to maximum. Also cleaning the air intake filter may help.
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I don't think it's a thermistor problem, as previous respondents have suggested. I have one of these units. The control panel has been nothing but trouble. The Power button works, but the Fan Speed button is stuck on High. The Humidity Up/Down buttons only work sporadically. Sometimes they work if I keep punching them. There doesn't seem to be any rhyme or reason as to when they work and when they don't. I think they're just cheap parts that have failed prematurely.
An automatic overflow switch and Container “Full” indicator light are provided to turn the dehumidifier off before the container overflows. When the indicator light on the control panel glows, the water container must be emptied. If the light remains on and the dehumidifier does not begin to operate make sure the float is attached to the water container.
When the condensate water container is full, the indicator lights up. 1. Turn the power off before removing container. Wait 3 minutes for any remaining water to drain into the condensate container. 2. Tilt the container forward then lift carefully by the handle. 3. Empty and gently re-insert the container. Important:This water is not suitable for drinking.
Independent of the bucket switch, the control panel should light when the unit is plugged into a powered receptacle and the on/off switch is depressed. The problem is likely the 12 amp. fuse located inside of the unit.