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How do I replace a Condenser Coil in a Dehumidifier?

The hot, high-pressure refrigerant gas is cooled and condenses into a liquid state in the heat exchanger. The coil holds the refrigerant. An EPA-licensed technician is required to fix a refrigerant leak if the compressor is not running and the condenser is not cool.

The sealed system in the dehumidifier has a compressor that runs the refrigerant through it. If the compressor doesn't work, have a refrigerator service technician replace it; by law, an EPA-licensed technician must complete this repair.

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