How A Dehumidifier Works - Honeywell DH45W User Manual

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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.
IMPORTANT: The dehumidifier is designed to operate between 41°F (5°C) and 89°F (32°C). The
dehumidifier's performance may be greatly reduced if room temperatures exceed this temperature
range.
SELECTING A LOCATION - IMPORTANT
Before using the dehumidifier, place the unit UPRIGHT for at least 1 hour before use to allow the
refrigerant to stabilize. If the unit was tilted on its side or upside-down during transportation, set
the unit upright for 4 hours before use.
For optimal efficiency, the dehumidifier must be operated in an enclosed area. Keep all doors,
windows and other outside entrances to the room closed.
Place the dehumidifier at least 12 inches (31cm) away from other objects (e.g. curtains or
furniture) that may restrict airflow from the front or through the air vents of the unit.
The dehumidifier must be positioned on a level floor.
12 inches (31cm)
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