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    SaniDry Dehumidifier Error

    Hey guys! My SaniDry Sedona dehumidifier is giving me an error. It says fan error or low refrigerant. Any ideas? Thanks!

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    I’d look at the fan and the refrigerant.
    Though I’d start with the filter and the condition of the coils.
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    Quote Originally Posted by kdean1 View Post
    Id look at the fan and the refrigerant.
    Though Id start with the filter and the condition of the coils.
    Thanks for the reply! Yeah I changed the filter but no luck.

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    If the fan is spinning, in the correct direction, and the coil it's cooling is clean then I would suspect that it's time to call in a tech.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mkstretch View Post
    Hey guys! My SaniDry Sedona dehumidifier is giving me an error. It says fan error or low refrigerant. Any ideas? Thanks!
    Did you wind up getting anywhere with this? I've been calling Basement Systems directly and have had very good luck with their product support addressing issues with a six year old SaniDry CX.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Puddlejumpernva View Post
    Did you wind up getting anywhere with this? I've been calling Basement Systems directly and have had very good luck with their product support addressing issues with a six year old SaniDry CX.

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    Please don't resurrect a post that is more than TWO YEARS OLD!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by kdean1 View Post
    Please don't resurrect a post that is more than TWO YEARS OLD!!!
    Okay...

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