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We;ve managed to clear this error, at least for the last 5 days. Remove the bucket, and reach up behind the front panel where there is a filter- ours was covered in dust. After cleaning this off, and resetting the machine (by pulling the electric plug out and re-inserting), the error went away.
Your mileage may vary.

LG LHD65EBL... | Answered on Mar 28, 2018

if by turn off do you mean make the fan stop running ? if so sometime in the past few years someone decided to make machines like this run the fan all the time , but they do cycle the compressor motor to regulate the rooms humidity level

LG LHD65EBL... | Answered on Jun 06, 2015

This may not help because I'm not sure of what you have, but most dehumids when using a hose hook to a fitting on the tank. If that's what you have, before you hook the hose you have to either punch a knockout in the center of the hookup on the tank or cut it out. Hope this helps.

LG LHD65EBL... | Answered on May 24, 2014

I had the same problem, and I wound up calling LG's customer support line. The rep I spoke with says that the "CH" code means that the internal thermostat is not able to accurately read the air temperature, and the unit will require servicing.

She gave me a couple of numbers for local folks, and I'll call them in the next day or so, but I'm thinking that this may not be worth the repair, unless it's pretty cheap: I bought the unit for under $100 less than 9 months ago, and I'm not eager to shell out a bunch of money to get it repaired.

LG LHD65EBL... | Answered on Jan 09, 2013

Check operation of the interlock switch for the condensate collector. I had a dehumidifier that would not run unless the collector was shoved in and held in place

LG LHD65EBL... | Answered on Dec 29, 2012

Error code 67 is an airflow problem. Either clogged filter or bad blower motor. Unplug unit remove bucket and feel for filter in front behind cover it drops down. Clean filter with water and reinsert. Plug unit in turn to "on", fan should begin to run, after 3-5 minutes compressor should start. If fan does not start it is bad and should be replaced.

LG LHD65EBL... | Answered on Sep 18, 2012

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