Question about Dehumidifiers
Its a condensation sensor...senses "short" circuit conditions like...ice or ionized water.
"Defrost" The circuit board...it opens up and easily cleaned with 90% rubbing alcohol...use with care...(no flames or sparks....no power ..all safety precautions, etc...)
Reassemble and reset dehumidifier per unavailable service manual. If you received one, would love the link!
Otherwise (unplugged) push power button and plug in appliance. Will power cycle and run self test.
Hopefully it works by now!
Posted on Mar 27, 2011
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