Question about Frigidaire FDL60P1 Dehumidifier
You may have a trap in the line accidently. The hose should make a straight gradual downhill run to a drain area. If it goes up and down up and down it will create a trap that will stop the water. Also try blowing through the line to make sure it is clear. Good luck!
Posted on Jun 28, 2009
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