Question about Kenmore 54351 Dehumidifier
The fins freeze up about 3/4 of the way up after it has been running on high for about 1/2 hr
If they freeze up and stay that way, you have a refrigerant leak. Time to replace the unit. This is rather common, as the water condenses on a steel part, which will corode. (they don't make them out of stainless steel, so they will be able to sell more at a cheaper price, rather than a few which would last 10 x longer. Unfortunately, they basically all made that way.)
Posted on Jul 04, 2010
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