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Just want to know how understand the MODE signs want to make it clean the air nothing else

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Send us excatly details about brand and model.

Posted on Oct 14, 2010

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    ZJ Limited Oct 14, 2010

    The Danby 60 pint portable dehumidifier (DDR6009REE)
    efficiently removes moisture and is ideal for larger areas. Castor
    wheels allow for easy mobility and a convenient way of moving this Danby
    portable dehumidifier from room to room when needed. This Danby 60 pint
    dehumidifier covers a maximum area of up to 3500 square feet and has a
    variety of useful features for ease of use.

    Check in this link the Owner's Use and Care Guide Model • DDR5009REE • DDR6009REE • DDR7009REE

    I hope this helps.

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I understand your Frigidaire dehumidifier, model# FAD704TDP, is making a humming sound, when it is turned off. I also see that you have tried cleaning the filter and grill already, and want to know if there you should be concerned about this. You should not be alarmed by this. Providing, your dehumidifier is doing what it is supposed to do, and is taking moisture from the air, your appliance sounds like it is working fine. Hope this is helpful.

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If you don't see any signs of water, the unit's compressor may need to be recharged with refrigerant.

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