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How do I get it to work again.

I saw the pre-filter was dirty so I cleaned both filters as recommended.The meter showed a quarter of the way to dirty. I tried turning it on, and nothing. The dirty meter shows nothing.It was working great before turning it off. After reading more on the subject, I did not unplug it first. I left it unplugged for 24 hours and plugged it back in holding the start button for minutes and nothing. I tried pushing the start button and then re-set button...nothing.Any suggestions? Posted by Terry Younkers

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Power supply failed. You need to replace it.

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Frigidaire FDL50s1 runs continuously but will not collect water. What could be the problem & can it be fixed?


Thank you for your post, K!

I understand that your Frigidaire dehumidifier is continuously running and it is not collecting water. This can be caused by a dirty filter. A dirty filter can restrict air flow which will allow your dehumidifier to not pull in air. I would recommend checking your filter to make sure it is clean.

Frost on the coils within your dehumidifier will also cause your dehumidifier to stop working as well. You should check to make sure that there is not frost visible on your dehumidifier. If you do locate frost you would need to perform a manual defrost on your dehumidifier and you can do that by disconnecting power from it for at least two to three hours.

If these steps do not resolve your issue you may need to reach out to the manufacturer for a proper resolution. I hope this information is helpful to you. -Matt

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I have a Frigidaire Dehumidifier, Model FAD704. the Clean Filter lights keeps coming on and the unit stops running. The filter is not dirty. I take it out and put it back in and unit runs for awhile and...


Hello Winl, thank you for your inquiry!

I see that you are having issues with your clean filter light coming on in your Frigidaire dehumidifier. From what you are describing it sounds like a possible issue with a sensor within your dehumidifier. I would recommend consulting with your manufacturer to see if they can provide any additional assistance towards a resolution. Best of luck! -OOS

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After an hour, the refrigeration unit begins to freeze up. Condensation appears on top of the dehumidifier cabinet. I have eliminated all obstructions to air flow, including the filter. What can I do?


Hi,

The most common cause of frost and ice buildup on a dehumidifier is because the unit is operating in temperatures that are too cold. Many dehumidifiers are not equipped to run at temperatures below 65 degrees Fahrenheit.
To fix this problem, Position the dehumidifier in an area where there is at least one foot of clearance around the unit in order to allow for proper air circulation during its operation. Close all windows, doors and other outside openings to make sure your unit isn't attempting to remove moisture from areas outside of the immediate room. Determine the temperature of the room by checking a nearby thermostat or by using a hand-held thermometer.

Check the filter for dirt and buildup. Unplug the unit from the electrical source and check the filter by opening the filter compartment. If the filter is dirty, it will restrict airflow through the unit and lead to freezing. Soleus recommends lightly vacuuming the surface of the filter to remove dirt. The filter also can be washed in warm water if it is extremely dirty. Once clean, place the filter back in its compartment. Allow for the ice to melt and then restart your dehumidifier.

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Esco Oasis 2700L dehumidifier ices up. Is there a filter to be cleaned and if so, how to I get to it?


Hi,

The most common cause of frost and ice buildup on a dehumidifier is because the unit is operating in temperatures that are too cold. Many dehumidifiers are not equipped to run at temperatures below 65 degrees Fahrenheit.
To fix this problem, Position the dehumidifier in an area where there is at least one foot of clearance around the unit in order to allow for proper air circulation during its operation. Close all windows, doors and other outside openings to make sure your unit isn't attempting to remove moisture from areas outside of the immediate room. Determine the temperature of the room by checking a nearby thermostat or by using a hand-held thermometer.

Check the filter for dirt and buildup. Unplug the unit from the electrical source and check the filter by opening the filter compartment. If the filter is dirty, it will restrict airflow through the unit and lead to freezing. Soleus recommends lightly vacuuming the surface of the filter to remove dirt. The filter also can be washed in warm water if it is extremely dirty. Once clean, place the filter back in its compartment. Allow for the ice to melt and then restart your dehumidifier.





Jul 03, 2011 | Dehumidifiers

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Blowing air out ,not pulling in


It may seem like no air is being pulled in - but air must be going in if air is being blown out. The air coming has to come from somewhere. It is more likely that the air flow is restricted.

This appliance has a reusable, washable filter. It should be checked regularly and cleaned as needed to allow the free flow of air into the appliance. A dirty filter restricts airflow and reduces efficiency of the appliance. It can also cause frost to clog the fins, too. If this happens, shut off and allow to thaw. Clean the filter, shake off excess water and reinstall. Power up the appliance again and it should work as expected. Do not operate the appliance without a filter installed. If you do, the fins will clog with dirt and are much more difficult to clean than a filter.

I hope this helps and good luck. Please rate my reply - thanks.

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Whirlpool gold dehumidifier, fan is running, but not collecting water. It's in a bathroom, and the temp doesn't get below 60. filter was very dirty and the inside as well, from not cleaning the filter....


Hi,


There are many reasons why a dehumidifier will not work or collect water.


Here is a tip that I wrote to help people to figure out what is going wrong with their dehumidifier

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Feb 10, 2011 | Whirlpool AD35USS Dehumidifier

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Doesn't collect water, freezes on top


clean filter and then check the coil behind the filter to see if clean. Biggest things that freeze a unit are dirty filter or coil...or low on freon.

May 10, 2010 | LG LHD45EL Dehumidifier

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Not dehumidifing my room...no water in bucket


check the filter. I had the same problem. I checked the filter and found it quite dirty. I cleaned the filter and now it is working properly.

Sep 27, 2008 | Haier HDN655E Dehumidifier

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Full light comes on early


Most dehumidifiers rely on a float sitting in the pail to rise, turning off the switch. Check and see if the float moves clean and smooth, and is sitting in the pail rather than resting on it's brim.

There may be other safety switches, like a temperature sensor to turn it off if it runs the risk of freezing up or overheating.

Sep 18, 2008 | Maytag M7DH45B2A Dehumidifier

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DH400P


I had a similar problem with the pump not working and the water flowing into the main drainage bucket instead. I had to disassemble the housing...not an easy project to reassemble...and found that the pump has its own smaller drainage tank with a float device, a pump pre-filter, the actual pump, then of course, more drainage tubes. The entire pump drainage system of components needed cleaned of accumulated, mucoid, slime! I cleaned the channel in which water flows into the pump's tank...located on the screen filter side of the dehumidifier. Then I moved to the other side of the dehumidifier and cleaned-out the entire pump drainage tank. Note that the pump's drainage tank only empties about 1/2 inch of water each time the pump activates. Thus, there is always alot of water in the pump's drainage tank. Thus, alot of time for slime to accumulate. Next, I cleaned off the float mechanism. I then cleaned-out the pump's pre-filter. Cleaning out the pump's pre-filter was paramount to the pump functioning properly and quietly! I checked that my pump was properly installed and NOT rubbing against its mounting so that it operated quietly. I added fresh water to the pump's tank several times to insure that the pump was working properly and that all slime was eliminated. Finally, I reassembled the housing...not an easy task! My pump now functions like new. All this work had to be done to insure proper function of the dehumidifier's pump system. My dehumidifier is only 11 months old. It is still covered by the one year warranty, but it is too expensive to ship the entire unit, as Delonghi requires you to do at your expense for them to fix it under warranty. You can be assured that I will check for future slime build-up to keep my dehumidifier functioning properly. The dehumidifier works great, it's just that it's high maintenance.

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