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Fuse location Where is the fuse located? We have the front and back off of the unit, but don't see a fuse. Thanks

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  • dkdiaz Jul 15, 2009

    Inside front cover on right side near bottom of circuts.

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Bottom left of board. has a blue plastic covering. if you find out why it blows fuses please post. baby need diapers not a new dehumidifier!!!!

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