Question about Dehumidifiers
First, make sure the rectangular filter on the back side is clean so air can flow over the coils freely. Try to place the dehumidifier on a table or something to get it off the floor. (floor level is cooler than head level) If you still have icing issues, replace sensor. (part # WK23X10011 )
Posted on Sep 01, 2008
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A dehumidifier will not operate satisfactory in a room that is
below 65 degrees F. At this temperature it will become necessary to operate the
dehumidifying coil below freezing temperatures in order to reduce the relative humidity to
a reasonable valve. Frost on coils usually will appear.
I would imaging that the humidity is already lower than the dehumidifier could get it down to. that's why it reads "Lo" on the display.
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