Question about Dehumidifiers
I thnk you are expecting too much from your machine. DO NOT RUN IT WHEN IT IS FROZEN!
This is what I would do. Slow down the process. You shuld be agle to select the % humidity you seek. Set it high, say 90. Get another fan in your basement working to sirculate the air. When your machine has achieved this goal without excessive running and freezing, go to 85% or 80%. It may help if you direct a small fan at the coil that freezes.
Are you certain your machine drains properly? Hose to a sump pump? Is the sump pumping properly?
And lastly, you may want to add a second machine. I operate two in my basement and they keep it 50% in the summer. My basement is about 4000 cubic feet.
I hope this helps you
Posted on Sep 27, 2009
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