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Hello royal37 - Hi - The dispenser drawer could either be cracked or have a broken latch due to interference between the drawer front and top panel. Contact a professional to move forward accurately and might possibly need to order a service kit (PN: 137146000/part number may be different depending on your model number).
I am wondering if your error code is DS and not D5, which would indicate problems with the door lock assembly communicating with the control board. Essentially, the control board does not believe the door is closed and/or locked, so it shuts down the machine.
When you pull the trunk handle back towards yourself to open the trunk, it may be sticking in that position, so give the handle a tap to pop it back into its original position. Then shut the trunk and see if it has latched.
As per your problem, that the dehumidifier shuts offautomatically - If yourdehumidifier froze, the compressor will shut off automatically. Allow the iceto melt before emptying the tank and restart the dehumidifier.
Hope this will help you. Good Luck.
There is a switch located behind the lamp vent panel on the back of the set. Remove the vent panel and hold this switch in the down position while you turn the set on. The set should stay on as long as this switch is in the down position. If the set stays on, check the inside of the cover you just removed from the set. Locate where the switch rests against it and make sure that it is not broken. When you reinstall the vent cover, lay it flat against the back of the set and slide it down so it can catch the switch on the way down. Most times this switch will come loose and flip up while moving the set. Or if you just replaced a lamp and didn't get the switch back in the right position.