Cause: Assuming the fuse is good. I believe the cause of this problem is corrosion on the heating element clip leading to the heating element hanging free away from the air-exit radiator. This may lead to water accumulation in places that are undesirable such as under the power board.
Solution: 1. Replace or repair the power board (COR268BV1.0 or COR217BV1.4). See http://www.appliancefactoryparts.com/images/products/2/291480-3.jpg for reference on the COR268BV1.0 traces. I do not know if they are interchangable.
2. Replace the clip. Maybe you can use steel pipe clips from your local hardware store to make one, if you cannot find one online.
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Try resetting the GFI breaker, assuming it is connected to one. Also check the main breaker panel to make sure the breaker is not tripped. Unfortunately the electronic panels do go bad in these systems after a few years of service. Try resetting the unit. There should be a tiny reset button on the back. Also if the bucket is full it will not turn on, make sure it is in place and seated properly or it will not turn on. There may be a reset on the cord itself as well, hope this helps.
You may have the humidity extraction level set to HIGH. Try lowering the humidity extraction level to 35% or if you have an analog unit, turn the control knob to maximum. Also cleaning the air intake filter may help.
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Check the outlet that the unit is plugged into, to make sure that it has power. The circuit breaker for that outlet may have been tripped. Also make sure that the outlet is not damaged inside or there could be a loose wire connection or a frayed wire to the outlet.
Hope this helped you to start troubleshooting and solving the problem.
I have a Haier Dehumidifier that is about a year old, I emtied the bucket and put the bucket back into place and hit the start button and nothing happen I unplugged the unit and error code E2 keeps comming on
This unit has a 12 amp 125v glass tube fuse on the control board. Chances are you blew this fuse. This can happen if the unit is starved for air and ices up. you must take the front of this unit off to access the fuse of this control board.
first check that the bucket is in properly. then remove bucket and push red button with finger with the unit on. if you are still getting a red alarm light it might be time to change the control panel. also unit does not work the same in cold weather. it will cycle too often. unit better used in summer-------good luck
There is an internal fuse. Take off the outer plastic casing. The fuse is on the bottom of the board on the upper right of the unit. It's a 12 amp fuse. I had the same problem and found the fuse blown.
Check your tank. Remove it and look to be sure that there isn't any shipping foam or foreign objects in the area which may be keeping the safety switch open. If the area is clear check the switch to make sure that it is not stuck and it moves freely. If that is OK replace the tank and make sure that it is installed completely and correctly. Try it again. If it still does not work I would take it back to the store and have them check it out under the warranty. Good luck.