Question about Kenmore Dehumidifiers
Unless you are licensed and qualified professional, do not try to repair a dehumidifier by yourself.
Check the drain tray for debris or mold You may need to pull the filter and clean it. Also try wiping off the unit itself.
Connect your vacuum's brush attachment to the hose, and use it to clean off the evaporator coils inside the dehumidifier unit. Use a stiff brush to scrub off any dirt or debris. Be careful when scrubbing the coils so you do not bend the fins covering them.
If all these do not solve the problem then the drain tray has developed a leak and it should be replaced.
Posted on Oct 11, 2010
Hello. It sounds like you have not slid the bucket in as far as it needs to go. Remove the buckets, check the area where the bucket will go and remove any obstacle that may be in the way. Then slide the bucket back in being sure you have placed the right bucket in each dehumidifier. Joe
Posted on Oct 10, 2010
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