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Two of my LG dehumidifiers are now about three years old. One of them has stopped absorbing any water at all, the second seems to be headed in that direction. I remove the filters from each and clean them. That has not solved the problem. What am I missing? What addition maintenance do I need to do? Thank you for your help!

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