Question about Frigidaire FDL45P1 Dehumidifier
I have the same problem, trying to figure out how to fix it. maybe i will try some tape too
Posted on Aug 26, 2009
I was under the impression that the drain hose connected to the bucket with a screw on connection such as with a garden type hose.
Posted on Jun 29, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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Hey friend, thanks for your post!
It sounds like your dehumidifier needs to be professionally cleaned. What could be causing the problem is a buildup on the inside of your dehumidifier where the water drains out and it is causing the water to not drain properly. Additionally, I would check to verify that the drain hole is tightly secured with the plug. I know you stated that the bucket is not leaking but have you removed it to verify? Please comment back if further assist is needed. -Matt
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