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Manage My Life

Dehumidifier reassembly problems

by Manage My Life Last activity date:
May 12th, 2013

I have a GE #AHM65LKM1 dehumidifier. It's nearly 5 years old and was working great until it started leaking all over the floor. I (reluctantly) took it apart until I had access to the drain and found that it was clogged. After cleaning it out, I put everything back, but was unable to get the fan to turn without leaving the back off. I removed and reinstalled everything 4 times with slight variations, but obviously I'm still not doing something right. I tried running the thing without the back on and the fan turned, but no water was collected (overnight). Is there a way I can find out exactly how the beast should go together? It's not worth having it serviced.

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Manage My Life
Well I can appreciate your practical question and your efforts to reassemble your dehumidifier.  I did a search and the closest link that is similar to your situation is available for you to view. 

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to open the page.  I'm not sure if it will address what you need but I'm hoping it will.  Keep in mind that an expert will be responding within the next two business

days if not sooner and will likely offer you more information and instruction.  If this repair proves to be something not practical you can contact Sears.com to discuss a newer dehumidifier.  I hope this helps and have a nice day.
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May 12th, 2013
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