Question about LG LHD45EL Dehumidifier
Posted by Anonymous on
No, there is no fuse or circuit breaker to reset on your unit. However, there are several things r=than can cause the problem, you're experiencing:
The unit's humidity level may be set to high. Lower it to 35%
The air intake filter may be dirty or clogged. Remove the filter and clean it
The compressor coils may need cleaning.
The air ambient air temperature may be to low. Dehumidifiers don't function well between 40 & 60 degrees F.
The unit may need to reset itself. Turn the Master ON/OFF Switch to OFF and unplug the unit for 12-15 minutes. Plug it back in and turn the Master ON/OFF Switch to ON. Set the humidity level to 35%. Allow the unit to operate in Automatic Timed Mode, rather than continuous mode.
Make sure there is at least a minimum of 12" of clear air space around the entire unit, when in operation.
If none of the above solves the problem, the humidity sensor may have failed. In which case it should be replaced. Or the compressor needs to be recharged with refrigerant.
I hope this helps you troubleshoot and solve the problem.
Posted on May 27, 2011
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