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My dehumidifier fan runs but is not taking any moisture out of the air. It is not very old. Last year it worked great.

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More than likely you have developed a refrigerant leak. The cost of a diagnosis alone from a technician is almost at the price of a new one. Leak test and repairs will put you over the cost of new.

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