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  • Descripción del Producto

    • Table of Contents

  • Seguridad del Deshumificador

  • Requisitos para la Instalación

    • Requisitos Eléctricos

    • Requisitos para la Ubicación

    • Uso del Deshumificador

      • Configuración de Los Controles

      • Desagüe del Deshumificador

      • Sonidos Normales

    • Cuidado del Deshumificador

      • Limpieza del Filtro del Aire

      • Limpieza del Deshumificador

    • Solución de Problemas

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Summary of Contents for Hisense DH3020K1W

  • Page 1 DH3020K1W...
  • Page 2 Handle Air Intake Grill and Air Filter User Manual Hose Cover DH3020K1W Bucket Power Plug NOTE: The figures in this manual are based on the external view of a standard model. They may differ from that dehumidifier you have selected.
  • Page 3 To reduce the risk of explosion, fire, death, electric shock, scalding, or injury to persons when using this appliance, follow basic precautions, including the following: INSTALLATION ■ Plug into a grounded 3 prong outlet. Do not remove ground prong. ■ Never attempt to operate this appliance if it is damaged, malfunctioning, partially disassembled, or has missing or broken parts, including a damaged cord or plug.
  • Page 4 ■ Do not modify or extend the power cord. ■ If the product makes a strange noise or emits a smell or smoke, pull the power plug out and contact Hisense customer service. ■ Avoid placing the dehumidifier or other heavy objects on top of the power cord.
  • Page 5 To reduce the risk of injury to persons, malfunction, or damage to the product or property when using this appliance, follow basic safety precautions, including the following: INSTALLATION ■ Use this appliance only for its intended purpose. This product is not designed for preserving precision instruments, tableware or art works. ■...
  • Page 6 Recommended Grounding Method This dehumidifier must be grounded. This dehumidifier is equipped with a power supply cord with a three-prong grounding plug. The cord must be plugged into a mating, grounded three-prong outlet, grounded in accordance with all local codes and ordinances. If a mating outlet is not available, it is the customer's responsibility to have a properly grounded three-prong outlet installed by a qualified...
  • Page 7 Control Panel NOTE: The control panel of your model may differ from ■ W hen the dehumidifier is operating the the one shown above. indoor temperature will rise The dehumidifier does not have a cooling heating function Heat is generated during operation so the The dehumidifier should be room temperature may be increased by upright for at least 2 hours before use.
  • Page 8 2. Actual room humidity will be displayed after Empty Bucket Light 5 seconds of flashing the desired humidity. 3. To set the dehumidifier for continuous If this light is on, the fan and the compressor will operation, press the Minus button until “CO” stop running.
  • Page 9 4. Fold down the handle and reinstall the bucket. Option 1 Bucket Draining If a floor drain is not available, or you do not plan to run your dehumidifier continuously, you may want to simply empty the bucket. IMPORTANT: If the Empty Bucket light comes on, the 1.
  • Page 10 3. Remove bucket. 5. Place the other end of garden hose into a 4. Attach a garden hose to the drain hose floor drain. Check to see that the hose lies connector on the inside of the dehumidifier. flat and is in the drain. Make sure the Securely attach the hose to be sure there is draining end of the hose is on a lower level no water leak.
  • Page 11 Your new dehumidifier is designed to give you many years of dependable service. This section explains how to clean and care for your dehumidifier. To avoid damage to the compressor, never store or ship the appliance upside down or sideways. Cleaning the Air Filter The air filter is removable for easy cleaning.
  • Page 12 ■ Dehumidifier will put out warm air under normal operating conditions. Dehumidifier displays error codes ■ If the dehumidifier displays an error code, please contact Hisense customer service. ■ Is the power cord plugged into a grounded three-prong outlet? Plug into a grounded three-prong outlet.
  • Page 13: Table Of Contents

    TABLA DE CONTENIDOS DESCRIPCIÓN DEL PRODUCTO .............. SEGURIDAD DEL DESHUMIFICADOR ............REQUISITOS PARA LA INSTALACIÓN............Requisitos eléctricos ................ Requisitos para la ubicación..............USO DEL DESHUMIFICADOR..............Configuración de los controles............. Desagüe del deshumificador............... Sonidos normales ................CUIDADO DEL DESHUMIFICADOR............Limpieza del filtro del aire..............Limpieza del deshumificador..............
  • Page 14: Seguridad Del Deshumificador

    SEGURIDAD DEL DESHUMIFICADOR Su seguridad y la seguridad de otros son muy importantes. Hemos proporcionado mensajes de seguridad importantes en este manual y en el electrodoméstico. Lea y siga siempre todos los mensajes de seguridad. Este es el símbolo de alerta de seguridad. Este símbolo lo alerta sobre un peligro potencial que puede matarlo o herirlo a usted y a otros.
  • Page 15 ■ No modifique ni extienda el cable de alimentación. ■ Si el producto hace un ruido extraño o emite olores o humo, desconecte el conector y contacte a Hisense ■ EE.UU. Evite colocar el deshumificador u otros objetos pesados en la parte superior del cable de alimentación.
  • Page 16 ADVERTENCIA Para reducir los riesgos de lesiones en las personas, malfuncionamientos o daños al producto o a la propiedad cuando utiliza el electrodoméstico, siga las precauciones básicas, incluyendo las siguientes: INSTALACIÓN ■ Utilice este electrodoméstico sólo para su propósito. Este producto no está diseñado para preservar instrumentos de precisión, vajillas u obras de arte. Nunca desconecte el electrodoméstico tirando del cable de alimentación.
  • Page 17: Requisitos Para La Instalación

    REQUISITOS PARA LA INSTALACIÓN Requisitos eléctricos ADVERTENCIA Método de conexión a tierra recomendado El deshumificador debe estar conectado a tierra. El deshumificador está equipado con un cable de alimentación y un tomacorriente de tres patas con conexión a tierra. El cable se debe conectar a un tomacorriente de tres patas con conexión a tierra, conectado a tierra según los códigos y ordenanzas locales.
  • Page 18: Uso Del Deshumificador

    USO DEL DESHUMIFICADOR Configuración de los controles Panel de control [5 segundos] restablezca el filtro Limpiar el filtro Vaciar el balde NOTA: El panel de control de su modelo puede diferir del ■ Cuando el deshumificador está funcionando, que se muestra arriba. la temperatura interior aumentará.
  • Page 19 2. Se mostrará la humedad actual de la habitación Luz de Vaciar el Balde después de los 5 segundos de la humedad deseada. Si esta luz se enciende, el ventilador y el compresor 3. Para ajustar el deshumidificador para que dejarán de funcionar.
  • Page 20 Desagüe del deshumificador 4. Incline la manija y vuelva a colocar el balde. ADVERTENCIA Peligro de enfermedades No beba el agua que se acumula en el balde. Al hacerlo puede causar enfermedades. Opción 1 Drenaje del balde Si no hay disponible un desagüe en el suelo, o si no planea que el deshumificador funcione continuamente, IMPORTANTE: puede optar simplemente por vaciar el balde.
  • Page 21: Desagüe Del Deshumificador

    3. Quite el balde. 5. Coloque el otro extremo de la manguera en el desagüe del 4. Añada la manguera de jardín al conector de la manguera de suelo. Compruebe que la manguera esté plana y en el drenaje en el lateral del deshumificador. Añada la manguera desagüe.
  • Page 22: Cuidado Del Deshumificador

    CUIDADO DEL DESHUMIFICADOR El nuevo deshumificador está diseñado para brindarle muchos años de servicio confiable. Esta sección explica cómo limpiar y cuidar el deshumidificador. Para evitar daños en el compresor, nunca guarde ni envíe el electrodoméstico boca abajo o de lado. Limpieza del filtro del aire El filtro de aire es desmontable para una limpieza más fácil.
  • Page 23: Solución De Problemas

    Si el deshumificador muestra un código de error, por tomacorriente de tres patas con conexión a tierra? favor contacte al servicio al cliente de Hisense. Conéctelo a un tomacorriente de tres patas con conexión a tierra. Refiérase a "Requisitos eléctricos".
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HISENSE DH3020K1W USE & CARE MANUAL Pdf Download (2024)

FAQs

What is the manual mode on a Hisense dehumidifier? ›

MANUAL SET: The dehumidifier will operate at the selected fan speed to the set humidity level. If the humidity level of the room is higher than the desired humidity setting, the compressor will turn on.

What is the difference between auto dry and manual Hisense dehumidifier? ›

Humidity can only be adjusted manually in Manual Set mode. In Continuous and Auto Dry mode, humidity level is set automatically. The display shows relative humidity or time (depending on the setting).

What does CO mean on a Hisense dehumidifier? ›

If continuous mode is selected, the dehumidifier will operate continuously at its maximum dehumidification settings if attached to a hose to drain or until the bucket is full.

Why does my dehumidifier say bucket full when empty? ›

If the bucket full light stays on when the bucket is empty, there may be an issue with the float assembly. This dehumidifier part can be found near the bucket. It kicks in when the bucket fills with water to trip the float switch so the bucket doesn't overflow.

What mode should I set my dehumidifier at? ›

So what is the best humidity setting for a dehumidifier? According to Energy Star, the optimal level of relative humidity in your home should be between 30% and 50%. Anything below this range may cause extreme dryness in your home and levels above may promote bacteria growth.

What does smart mode do on a dehumidifier? ›

Smart Control constantly monitors the temperature and humidity within your home. It detects when the moisture levels are getting high, even if the relative humidity is measuring low, and switches the dehumidifier on to remove excess moisture that causes condensation when the temperature falls.

Is dry mode as good as dehumidifier? ›

Dry mode is an extra benefit but will only bring humidity down about 30%. If you have chronic humidity problems where you live, you should invest in a dehumidifier. In areas with only light humidity, you probably don't need a separate dehumidifier.

What setting should I leave my dehumidifier on? ›

Dehumidifiers have onboard humidistats that automatically maintain the humidity level you set. We suggest keeping your humidity level at 45-50%. You can adjust it slightly based on your comfort level, but keep in mind this is an ideal humidity level for healthy indoor air quality.

Is Hisense dehumidifier a good brand? ›

Our Best Value winner, the Hisense is energy efficient at reducing humidity and features a convenient auto mode. The Hisense DH7021K1W may have a low price point, but it doesn't sacrifice performance for affordability.

What should the AC setting be for a dehumidifier? ›

Dry mode is a setting on some air conditioning units that can help you reduce the humidity levels in your home. You may see it listed on the thermostat near the settings you're more familiar with, like “cool,” “heat,” and “auto.”

Should my dehumidifier be full every day? ›

A dehumidifier should collect a certain amount of water each day - generally, around 10-20 pints of water per 24-hour period. This should require you to empty most dehumidifiers daily or bi-daily when in operation.

Why do all dehumidifiers fail so quickly? ›

Dehumidifiers contain electrical components that can go bad, in addition to internal wiring that can short or come loose from connection terminals. Models made within the past decade or so might contain electronic control boards that can burn out and stop working.

How often do you need to drain a dehumidifier? ›

While emptying your portable dehumidifier once a day is most common, the size of your dehumidifier and your home humidity level may increase or decrease that need.

Is dry mode the same as dehumidifier mode? ›

The answer is simple. Dry mode is a specific mode among the various modes of an air conditioner. An AC dehumidifies the air by cooling at a very low speed. On the other hand, a dehumidifier is a separate appliance that only removes excess moisture from the air.

What is the best setting for a whole house dehumidifier? ›

The Optimal Level of Humidity in a Building is Between 30-50% According to Energy Star's dehumidifier basics, the optimum level of relative humidity for a building is generally considered to be between 30% and 50%. Anything above this range may cause moisture-related issues.

What is the drying mode on a dehumidifier? ›

Look for a model with a 'laundry mode' or 'clothes drying mode. ' With this setting, the dehumidifier will filter out moisture and blow it back into the room at a warmer temperature on a higher fan setting. Although the machine is working harder it still costs considerably less to run than a tumble dryer.

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