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Once the room is dry, the fan keeps cutting off after a few seconds, rather than continuing to circulate air a minute later it tries again and so on. How do I get the fan to continue as it does when the compressor is running?

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No reason for the fan to run dehumidifier not air circulator. its reading the humidity and shutting off.buy a fan.

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