DeLonghi Dehumidifiers - Popular Questions, Answers, Tips & Manuals
De longhi dehumidifier showing yellow light
Usually happens when the float valve is stuck in the down or up position try wiggling the handle to release or if the collection bucket is not sitting perfectly on the safety switch has to be down square I have the delonghi dem10 model always empty and unplug before checking
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I have a DeLonghi
Are you worried as to why there is no Water in the Water Tank/Bucket at all?
Well, a few operational basics must be understood by you please.
For the unit to remove moisture from the air and draw water into the bucket/tank, the set relative humidity (%RH) must be below the current or ambient room relative humidity.
Attempt to lower or reduce the setting you have to a lower value and it should start collecting water in the tank.
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Dh25 the cooling coils get frozen,the appliance sill working even the canister is full.
The normal operating temperature is above 65 F. Much below unless specially designed for low temperature they will freeze up.
They have a frost detector and will defrost but it is very inefficient and not practical. My experience they eventually form a block of ice on the coils. They heat the room in the process so in a moderate area they can raise the temperature and provide needed circulation.
In the past where the temperature is cool I have faced the output into a corner, raised it off the floor and once the unit got started the heat created from the unit kept the air warm enough to avoid freezing up the coils.
Always check for recalls. Some models have had problems and have been recalled. See the link below.
Gree Reannounces Dehumidifier Recall Due to Serious Fire and Burn Hazards...
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My unit, I don't know which one, seems to have a short circuit; it blows fuses.
if your unit is old enough to "not" have a gfci on the plug that goes in wall then im not aware it has any fuse inside it that could go bad , instead these rely on the homes proper electrical ckts to provide fuse/breaker functions that keep a fire from resulting if appliance overloads , now as for reasons of overloads these are many ! can be anything from water in the wrong place to a damaged motor inside
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How do I replace the frost guard switch
The frost guard switch is usually attached to one of the copper tubes on or near the evaporator by a little spring type clip. Without a model number I cannot look up a diagram, but you could google it. Most of the self contained freeze switch units that I have run into require them to get quite warm like 90 degrees F before they will reset themselves. Try a hair dryer on it to reset before buying a new one
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