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I have a WindChaser WHRP Home Comfort Station someone gave me, i dont have the instruction manual. Wondering if i have to fill the top reservoir with water if i have it on the dehumidifier setting

It keeps switching from dehumidifierto defrost in the middle of the night, which i dont want it to do.

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