Question about Haier HDN655E Dehumidifier
I used my Haier HDN655E dehumidifier once. Unplugged the cord. Emptied the tank. Put the tank back in. Plugged the cord back in and I get a several beeps with the "Tank-Full" light keep flashing.
I had tried the following:
1) According to the manual, it takes 3 minutes for the 'Tank-Full" to disappear and then it will work. I waited for 15+ mintues and I still the same thing, flashing "Tank-Full" light.
2) I pressed the ON button and waited for 15+ minutes and still same thing, flashing "Tank-Full" light.
3) I pressed every button trying to reset. Same thing, flashing "Tank-Full" light.
4) I adjusted the water level latch thingy and same thing, flashing "Tank-Full" light.
5) I took the unit apart (plastic cover). Inspected the components. All appears in brand new shape. (I only used it once.) Reassembled it and same thing, flashing "Tank-Full" light after plugging it again.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: HDN655E Haier dehumidifier
when you "...pressed the on switch and it turned on and then turned off and it won't turn back on...", was this done in rapid succession or was some time allowed between switching? if rapidly, the micro inside "locked-out" the keypad for starting, to prevent compressor damage. if not rapidly, then look inside for a possibly a starting relay...did it used to "click"?
Posted on Jun 02, 2007
use a jumper cord and go directly to the compressor to see if it will run. if it don't run, open up the motor box and see if there is a klixon overload inside. this should be normally closed. if it isn't replace it. the klixon is a thermal overload cutout. it usually trips because of high winding temperatures and protects the motor inside. the compressor is a hermetically sealed unit. no, or little freon will cause the motor to overheat.
Posted on Aug 21, 2007
SOURCE: Haier HDN655E Dead
There is an internal fuse. Take off the outer plastic casing. The fuse is on the bottom of the board on the upper right of the unit. It's a 12 amp fuse. I had the same problem and found the fuse blown.
Posted on Sep 17, 2007
SOURCE: Haier Dehumidifier stuck on 45
Check the coils at the back of the dehumidifier to see if there is any frost buildup on it. If there is, turn off the machine for a while until the room warms up and melts off the frost. The machine works by condensing the moisture in the air over these coils, so if the coils are frosted over, or are not cold enough, the moisture cannot condense. If the coils are not cold enough, you may want to get it refilled with refrigerant. You will need to take it in for servicing in this case.
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Posted on Sep 29, 2008
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