Question about Edison 40 Pint Dehumidifier
The coils on my Edison dehumidifier are frosting up. The temperature in the room is not an issue and there is plenty of air flow to the unit. What could be causing this problem?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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Will my dehumidifier work in a cold room ?
A dehumidifier will not operate satisfactory in a room that is
below 65 degrees F. At this temperature it will become necessary to operate the
dehumidifying coil below freezing temperatures in order to reduce the relative humidity to
a reasonable valve. Frost on coils usually will appear.
I would imaging that the humidity is already lower than the dehumidifier could get it down to. that's why it reads "Lo" on the display.
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