Question about Danby DHCC6020 Dehumidifier
The most common cause of icing on dehumidifiers is in sufficient airflow through the unit.
Make sure it has ample room behind it for air intake and it is not backed up against a wall or draperies.
Make sure the air filter is not clogged.
Failing those items, be sure you are operating it in an environment over 72 degrees F, as any lower is beyond the mechanical limits of a dehumidifier.
Posted on Sep 26, 2009
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