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Figidaire 25 pint dehumidifier

I have he unit set up to run continous. water runs out the hose but the tank also fills. when its full the light comes on and it shuts off. what am i doing wrong. tried removing the tank and running it, but it soon shut down and the full light comes on again.

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Check the point on the tank (Bucket) where the hose connects to. Make sure there is no obstruction at the outlet of the bucket to the hose connection. Next make sure the hose has no kinks or no loops that may trap air to the drain. If necessary for a long run to the place of drainage raise the dehumidifier to a higher level for better drainage.

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