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Dehumidifier model#580.54501 50 pint,kept turning on and off avery few minutes,filter is clean and i do not see ice foeming on coil,can you give and help, bob kap

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Hi, it sounds like the evaporator coil that is located on the inside as built up with ice, and has blocked most of the air flow. What can cause this is a very dirty filter, indoor coil that's iced up, and if the filter and coil are clean, make sure the indoor blower is up to speed. Turn it off and let it defrost. It will take some time. Turn it on fan only. If all is clean and motor is fine and it continues to ice, you are low on freon, and have a small leak causing it to ice up. It is probably a very small leak that may have taken a few years to leak to this point. I would make sure the filter is clean, coil indoors is clean, and blower is up to speed. If this is all good, you will need to get it charged. This unit holds less then 2 pounds of R-22.
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Happy thanksgiving and welcome to Fix Ya.
Make sure you unplug the unit.
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Dirty coils can cause you unit to freeze up.
Clean with Condenser coil cleaner
Click on word Coil cleaner for link to the product.
Thank you for your time.

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