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Maintenance Tips for Dehumidifiers
Household appliances have average lifetime expectancies.
Maintaining your appliances properly can extend their lifetime
If you have to do any kind of repair or maintenance on this
unit, make sure to unplug it from the power supply.
Use a properly grounded outlet.
Never run your appliances off of an extension cord. Some
appliances require a lot of power. Trying to run yours off an extension
cord can cause overheating or fire.
Clean and replace any filters as recommended by the
It is very important that you do not turn the unit off and
back on right away. The systemsТ pressure needs to equalize
for several minutes before you turn it back on.
Keep your appliance clean and dust-free. Check the
evaporator coils for frost or ice buildup. Keeping it clean and
ice-free will help to prolong the life of the compressor motor.
A certain level of humidity is necessary in the home. Very
dry air can make it difficult for you and your pets to breath, so
donТt turn the humidistat up too high. This will make your
unit run too much and probably wonТt help very much. Too dry
can be very uncomfortable, and can also make wood shrink, which leads
to creaking, air gaps, and higher fuel costs.
To avoid personal injury or death, disconnect your appliance from its power source
before you start any troubleshooting or repair work. Use caution when working inside any appliance.
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