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Dehumidifier question

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I have a Haier dehumidifier model HD50T that I use in my basement that sometimes cycles off and on at the set humidity level, but other times runs continuosly. the unit generally does not ice up. But it will not cycle off at the desired setpoint sometimes. If you turn it off by turning the humidistat all the way down and the set the humidistat at normal it does not come back on until the moisture level exceeds that setting . Then when it does come on it will run continuosly even well below the set point. Is this a bad humidistat or is there something that can be adjusted?

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Sounds like the humidistat 2 me. Usually fairly easy to replace.

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haier is the problem need I say more;)

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