When you buy a new product, the user manual is a mandatory document. Read the Comfee CAD50P1BWT 50-Pint user manual carefully before you use the product.
A new product that doesn’t have any manual is sure to confuse buyers. That’s why a user manual is usually included in the Comfee CAD50P1BWT 50-Pint box so that you get clear information about this product.
Before you turn on the Comfee CAD50P1BWT 50-Pint, we recommend that you read the user manual. This will really help you find good features and functions.
And most importantly, it can prevent errors from occurring, when misoperating. We’ve provided a snippet of the user manual below. We hope you read it carefully.
Removing Collected Water
There are three ways to get rid of the water that has accumulated:
- Make use of the bucket
- If the bucket is full when the machine is turned off, the Full indication light will illuminate.
- If the bucket is full when the machine is turned on, the compressor and fan switch off, the Full indication light illuminates, and the digital display displays P2.
- Pull the bucket out slowly. Securely grasp the left and right handles, then slowly draw out straight to avoid spilling water. Because the bucket’s bottom is uneven, do not place it on the as. Otherwise, there is a risk of spilling water.
- Drain the water from the bucket and reposition it.
- Once the bucket is replaced, the device will resume operating.
Do not contact any parts of the device when removing the bucket. This may result in the product being damaged.
- Make sure the bucket is carefully pushed all the way into the unit.
- If the pump hose comes loose when removing the bucket (see Fig. 7), you must reattach the pump house to the unit properly before reinstalling the bucket (see Fig. 8).
- When the bucket is withdrawn from the machine, the compressor and fan switch off, and the unit beeps eight times, the digital display displays Eb.
- If the bucket is removed while the device is turned off, the unit will beep eight times and the digital display will indicate Eb.
- Continuous draining
- By connecting the device to a water hose (ID: 5/16″, not included) with a female threaded end (ID: M = 1″, not included), water may be automatically discharged into a floor drain.
- Remove the plastic cover from the unit’s back drain outlet and leave it aside, then insert the drain hose through the unit’s drain outlet and lead it to the floor drain or another suitable drainage facility. (See Figures 9 and 10)
- If there is any water in the back drain outlet of the unit after removing the plastic cover, it must be dried. Make sure the hose is tight to prevent leaks and that the hose’s end is level or slanted downward to allow water to flow.
- Direct the hose toward the drain, making sure there are no kinks in the hose that will prevent the water from flowing.
- To begin continuous draining, select the desired humidity level and fan speed on the device.
Unless there is enough air movement in and out of the room, a dehumidifier functioning in a basement will have little or no impact on drying a nearby enclosed storage area, such as a closet. (See Fig. 13 for further information.)
- This dehumidifier is solely for interior home usage and should not be used outside. This dehumidifier is not recommended for commercial or industrial usage.
- Place the dehumidifier on a level, flat surface that can withstand the weight of a full bucket of water.
- Allow at least 8″ of air space for air circulation on all sides of the device (at least 16″ for air exit).
- Keep the device in a location where the temperature does not drop below 41 degrees Fahrenheit (5 degrees Celsius). Lower temperatures might cause frost to build on the coils, which can limit performance.
- Keep the appliance away from any dryers, heaters, or radiators.
- Shut all of the room’s doors, windows, and any external openings.
Care and Cleaning
Before cleaning, turn off the dehumidifier and unplug it from the power source.
- Make sure the grill and case are clean.
- Wash with water and a gentle detergent. Bleach and abrasives should not be used.
- Avoid splattering water directly on the device. This may result in an electrical shock, deterioration of the insulation, or rusting of the device.
- During operation, the air intake and exit may get dusty; clean with a vacuum cleaner or brush.
- Clean the bucket
Clean the bucket thoroughly every few weeks to prevent mold, mildew, and germs from growing. Fill the bucket halfway with clean water and a light detergent. Fill the bucket with water and swish it around in it before emptying and rinsing it.
- Clean the air filter
- Pull the filter outwards to remove it (See Fig. 14).
- Clean the filter with clean water before drying it.
- Replace the bucket and reinstall the filter.
- When the unit is not in use for an extended length of time.
- Allow for one full day of rest before storing the unit to allow the system to dry naturally.
- Clean the air filter, water bucket, and unit.
- Use the power cord buckle to wrap the cord.
- Place a plastic bag over the device.
- Keep the device upright in a dry, well-ventilated location.
Review this list before contacting for service. It has the potential to save you both time and money. This section contains common events that are not caused by the appliance’s craftsmanship or materials.
- The unit does not start
Ensure that the dehumidifier’s plug is securely attached to the electrical socket. Check the fuse/circuit breaker box in your home. The dehumidifier’s preset level has been reached, or the bucket is full. The water bucket is not in the right place.
- The dehumidifier does not dry the air as well as it should.
Make sure there are no curtains, blinds, or furniture in the way of the dehumidifier’s front or rear. It’s possible that the humidity control isn’t set to low enough. Make sure all doors, windows, and other openings are shut securely. The temperature in the room is too cold, below 5°C (41°F). In the room, there is a water vapor source.
- When the machine is turned on, it creates a loud noise.
It’s possible that the air filter is clogged. Ensure that the filter is clean. Refer to the section on Care and Cleaning for more information. Instead of being upright, the device is inclined. The floor isn’t quite level.
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