Question about Maytag M7DH65B2A Dehumidifier
Our unit runs ok but no water comes out so the basement is starting to get a musty smell. How do you take it apart and see if it's clogged up or something, I cleaned the filter and that didnt work. thanks for any help
Most dehumidiers have a "Frost Guard" thermal protector on the condensor coil. This protector will turn the compressor off should the temperature fall below 65 degrees in the basement. The condensor fan will still continue to run anticipating the restart of the compressor.
Hence, 3 things could be wrong.
1. air temp.of basement is too cold
2. Frost guard could be faulty
3. Freon leak in condensor coil.
Assuring that basement temp. is above 65 degrees is about all you can do unless you have it checked out by a technician.
Posted on May 25, 2008
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