Question about Fedders A7DH65B2A Dehumidifier
Posted by Anonymous on
My dehumidifier leaked after about one year of perfect operation. I unscrewed the face plate exposing the cooling grill and found out that debris was blocking the drainage hole that fed into the water bucket. The debris came from zip ties used to bunch some wires together. Apparently they got brittle (from the constant cooling and warming?), fell apart and managed to make it's way to the drainage hole. Cleared it out and worked fine again.
Posted on Oct 26, 2007
Dehumidifier Leaks Water If water drips or pools at the base of your dehumidifier: 1) Disconnect the power. 2) Check the pan or reservoir and empty it if necessary, or make sure the drain isn't clogged. 3) Straighten any kinks or bends in the unit's hose. 4) If it still leaks, check and/or replace the overflow switch. Then, if necessary, call an appliance repairperson or take the unit into an appliance repair shop.
Posted on Jan 18, 2006
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