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  • Page 1 Dehumidifier User Manual Read and save these instructions before use Model: DH45W/ DH45WGN/ DH45WKN/ DH45PWKN / DH45PWGN/DH50W/ DH50PW / DH70W / DH70PW/ DH70WKN/ DH70WGN/DH70PWKN/ DH70PWGN/ Email:
  • Page 2: Safety Rules

    THANK YOU Thank you for purchasing a Honeywell Dehumidifier. This User Manual is intended to provide you with important information needed to set up, operate, maintain and troubleshoot this product. SAFETY RULES WARNING -- READ AND SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS BEFORE USING THIS PRODUCT.
  • Page 3 SAFETY RULES (CONTINUED) • DO NOT let children play with this appliance, packaging or included plastic bag. • If the unit is damaged or it malfunctions, do not continue to operate it. Unplug the product from the electrical outlet. Refer to the troubleshooting section and contact the customer support center.
  • Page 4: How A Dehumidifier Works

    HOW A DEHUMIDIFIER WORKS When the dehumidifier is switched ON, a fan pulls moisture-laden air into the dehumidifier where it passes through dehumidifying coils inside the unit. These coils condense moisture from the air and collect it in the water tank. The dry air is then exhausted from the dehumidifier. The air flows through the air vents of the dehumidifier into the room as dry, warm air.
  • Page 5 SELECTING A LOCATION - IMPORTANT (CONTINUED) IMPORTANT: The effectiveness of the dehumidifier can be influenced by different factors. One factor is the rate at which new, moisture-laden air enters the room and the amount of air circulating in and out of the area to be dehumidified. For example, if a door to a basement is constantly opened, letting new, moisture-laden air into the room, dehumidification will take longer than if the door was kept closed.
  • Page 6: Parts Description

    PARTS DESCRIPTION Model: DH45W Control Panel Louvers Dehumidified Air Exhaust Vent Water Tank Handle 10) Water Level Indicator Water Tank Handle Power Cord & Plug Float (without polyfoam) 12) Direct Drain Outlet Casters 13) Rubber Stopper Washable Dust Filter 14) Drain Cap...
  • Page 8: Use And Operation

    USE & OPERATION CONTROL PANEL Humidity Display (%) Temperature / Timer Display Power Control °C/ °F Set Fan Speed Control Controls Timer Control Humidity / Timer Set Controls Power Control Press to switch the dehumidifier ON or OFF. Water Tank Full Indicator Light This illuminates when the Water Tank is full of water or if the Water Tank is not positioned properly on the unit.
  • Page 9 USE & OPERATION (CONTINUED) CONTROL PANEL (CONTINUED) Timer Control The dehumidifier can be set to automatically switch ON or OFF after a selected period of time (between 1-24 hour intervals). The Timer hours selection is displayed on the Timer/Temperature Display Screen. NOTE: Before setting the Timer control, make sure there is power to the unit.
  • Page 10 USE & OPERATION (CONTINUED) CONTROL PANEL (CONTINUED) Temperature / Timer Display When the unit is switched ON, the Temperature / Timer Display shows the current room temperature. Pressing the Timer temporarily switches the display to show the Timer setting (in hours) for 10 seconds, before reverting back to the temperature display.
  • Page 11: Draining The Water

    USE & OPERATION (CONTINUED) DRAINING THE WATER WARNING: Always drain and discard water collected from dehumidification. The water is not clean and cannot be used for drinking. 1. Draining water collected in the Water Tank The condensed water can be collected directly into the water tank. When the water tank is full, the dehumidifier will automatically shut OFF and will illuminate on the control panel followed by a beeping sound.
  • Page 12 USE & OPERATION (CONTINUED) DRAINING THE WATER (CONTINUED) 2. Continuous Water Drainage – Using a Standard Garden Hose (Garden Hose not included) For continuous water drainage with a standard garden hose, you will need a garden hose and a suitable water drain (e.g. a sink or drain hole at floor level) near the dehumidifier. Locate the drain outlet on the back of the unit.
  • Page 13 USE & OPERATION (CONTINUED) DRAINING THE WATER (CONTINUED) THIS IS ONLY FOR MODELS WITH BUILT-IN DRAIN PUMP DH45PWKN /DH45PWGN / DH50PW / DH70PW / DH70PWKN / DH70PWGN 3. Continuous Water Drainage – Using the Drain Pump Option (Drain Tube included) The Continuous Drain Pump is available if you want to use the continuous drain function, but the drain is further away, or located above the dehumidifier.
  • Page 14: Cleaning And Maintenance

    USE & OPERATION (CONTINUED) CLEANING & MAINTENANCE WARNING: Always switch OFF the dehumidifier and unplug it from the electrical outlet before attempting any cleaning or maintenance of this product. Appliance Maintenance: • Switch OFF the appliance before disconnecting the power supply. •...
  • Page 15: Troubleshooting Guide

    TROUBLESHOOTING GUIDE The following troubleshooting guide addresses the most common problems. If problems persist, call customer service. PROBLEM POSSIBLE CAUSE SOLUTION No electricity. Check for power. The power cord is not Remove and reconnect the power cord. properly plugged in. Dehumidifier does not start The safety switch...
  • Page 16 TROUBLESHOOTING GUIDE (CONTINUED) PROBLEM POSSIBLE CAUSE SOLUTION The capacity of your dehumidifier may not be Area to be dehumidified adequate for the room it is used in. It is recommended is too large. to add an extra dehumidifier for large areas. Dehumidifier runs constantly/ does not stop...
  • Page 17 TROUBLESHOOTING GUIDE (CONTINUED) PROBLEM POSSIBLE CAUSE SOLUTION Check the connections between the hose and the The garden hose/ drain drain outlet on the unit. See Continuous Water hose may be loose. Drainage section. Water on the floor You intended to use the Disconnect the hose and replace the rubber stopper water tank to collect water and drain cap if using the water tank to collect water.
  • Page 18: Error Code Guide

    ERROR CODE GUIDE ERROR POSSIBLE CAUSE DESCRIPTION CODE If “30” appears, it means the room’s relative humidity exceeds the lowest 30%RH level and the unit will pause operation. You can Humidity Sensor switch the unit ON again when the relative humidity reaches a “30”...
  • Page 19 Made in China © 2021 JMATEK Limited. All rights reserved. The Honeywell Trademark is used under license JMATEK North America LLC from Honeywell International Inc. Honeywell International Inc. makes no Mahwah, New Jersey 07495 USA representations or warranties with respect to this product.

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