Question about Hisense 35-Pint Dehumidifier
Problem re the Hisense 30... both the humidity sensor & temperature bulb have quit working in sync. Here's a great last resort fix... un-plug... remove the water bucket and the outer case (it splits like a clam shell and hinges at the top)... access the circuit board (remove 1 screw) and locate the humidity sensor on the left side (it has 1/4" white plastic cover). Remove the cover (it opens at the bottom) and then twist the sensor gently a couple of times so that the 2 wires touch, then fold it back. Next, gently twist the small black temperature bulb (at the immediate left of the humidity sensor) a couple of times so that the wires touch... then fold it back. Before reassembly, replace the water bucket then plug in the unit. It should run and read an E1 code... which is good. If it does, un-plug and reassemble the unit. From this point, the unit will run normally however continuously... BUT WHO CARES... it's now working! NOTE: it will shut off when the bucket is full.
Posted on Oct 12, 2019
SOURCE: Dehumidifier Error?
This error code indicates that the problem is most likely a shorted defrost thermistor or possibly a pinched wire going to the thermistor. You will need to replace the sensor assembly - part # 6877A30013L. The Sears website has it listed for 9.99 + shipping. The humidity sensor & defrost thermistor come together in a wiring harness that plugs onto the main circuit board. It is fairly simple to repair. Just remove the front & rear grill & the metal cabinet. Remove the thermistor from the copper tube on the cooling lines; remove the humidity sensor from the front of the evaporator; pull the wire plug off the bucket switch; & remove the small 7 pin plug from the main circuit board inside the metal control box. Reverse procedure to install new sensor assembly.
Posted on Nov 13, 2008
Hey ya! To fix this u need to block that hose connection under the Dehumidifier. This will then re direct the flow to the Bucket collection mode. I have the same problem and resolved it this way after pullng mine apart. It looks like by default that hose connection at the bottom should have a plug/cap on it and after turning on ur dehumidifier this fills up then once full it starts to over flow into the bucket... Seems a strange design but thats how they have done it.
Hope this helps others.
Posted on Feb 23, 2009
The dehumidifier condenses the water on its coils and then it drips into the bucket. Dump out all of the water when the bucket is full. This model has a light that tells you when it is full. If the dehumidifier gets ice on the coils, it needs repair (low refrigerant).
I hope this helps.
Posted on Aug 10, 2009
Dehumidifier (DE45EJ-L) shows only E2 on the display -- no "buttons" work. Had been working perfectly -- we turned it off a few days ago. Any suggestions??
Posted on Sep 13, 2011
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