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Operating your dehumidifier
Your dehumidifier has a control panel containing an indicator and two controls —
Auto Shut-Off, Fan Speed, and Humidity Control.
Auto Shut-Off ---This lamp glows when the bucket is full or missing.
Fan Speed --- This controls the speed of the airflow.
Humidity Control--- This controls the moisture in the room.
1. Turn the Humidity Control to Off. Plug the power supply cord into an electrical outlet.
2. The Humidity Control can be set anywhere between Off and Max for normal operation.
If you need more dehumidification, turn the Humidity Control toward Max. If you need less
dehumidification, turn the Humidity Control toward Off.
3. Turn the Humidity Control to Off to stop the unit manually.
4. If you want to control the speed of air flow, turn the Fan Speed toward Low or High.
NOTE: The compressor will not operate for about two minutes to protect the compressor when
you turn the unit off and immediately back on.
De-icer control (invisible)
The Defrost Control senses frost build-up on the evaporator coil and automatically shuts off the
compressor. The fan continues to run, drawing air across the coil, and melting the frost. When the coil is
defrosted, the compressor automatically restarts, and dehumidifying resumes.
NOTE: Do not operate the dehumidifier at temperature below 65°F (18°C.) If your dehumidifier runs when
the temperature and humidity conditions of room are low, frost can form on its evaporator coil. This
interferes with proper operation. Therefore, dehumidifying performance may be reduced.