Question about Eva-Dry EVD1100 Reable Petite Dehumidifier Dehumidifier
This little thing was working fine for several months. Now it makes a loud noise when I turn in on. Sounds like something is wrong with the fan. I have not taken it apart, but looking at it thru the reservoir area, it almost looks like the fan might be a 120 mm computer fan that is screwed to the cooling unit.
Not sure which dehum yo have,but here I go! most fans are not part of the cooling system. first remove the housing where the fan is. turn the unit on and check to see if the fan is turning. if not then just wait till you hear the compressor kick in. if the compressor goes on then you do have a problem w/the fan motor and it will have to be replaced. worst comes to worst just bring it into Sears. they have techs which will let you know what the exact problem is and you can take it from there. make sure you give them the model # first,just to check if the have parts for your dehum.
Posted on Dec 19, 2007
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