Question about Haier HD656E Dehumidifier
There is probably nothing wrong.
When the device senses that it is too humid in the room, it turns on. Due to a slight error in its humidity measuring system, it switches on, then it realizes that it isn't humid enough to be on, and turns back off.
I have had several and have heard other stories of similar items behaving in this way.
Or, it is perhaps that the adjustment the machine wants to make in the humidity level is low enough that it only needs to be on for a second.
Nonetheless, check to make sure everything is working properly.
Posted on May 28, 2011
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