Question about Haier HDN655E Dehumidifier
Check the coils at the back of the dehumidifier to see if there is any
frost buildup on it. If there is, turn off the machine for a while
until the room warms up and melts off the frost. The machine works by
condensing the moisture in the air over these coils, so if the coils
are frosted over, or are not cold enough, the moisture cannot condense.
If the coils are not cold enough, you may want to get it refilled with
refrigerant. You will need to take it in for servicing in this case.
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Posted on Sep 29, 2008
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