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Capacitor,drawing

Part Number: AP4436226
MFG Part Number: 0CZZA20005J
Made by: LG
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Part Number 0CZZA20005J (AP4436226) replaces 1271519, AH3517199, EA3517199, PS3517199.

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My dehumidifier doesn't remove moisture. The fan runs and the compressor is very hot. The evaporator and condenser are clean. I've replaced the sensor assembly. Could it be the drawing capacitor? It's not bulging, looks ok but not tested. Thanks

Ray for Model Number 580.54351500

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Hello, My dehumidifier has 4 dashes where the numbers should be. I have taken the unit apart to see if there was a reset button any where no luck. A post that I saw said to replace the capacitor. Your thoughts ?

Brian for Model Number lg dehumidifier lhd45el

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This dehumidifier is approximately 6 years old. I went to use it, turned it on and it sounded ok. I heard the compressor kick in. Came back later no water had been produced. Is the compressor bad? If so, can it be replaced if so what do they cost?

P.j. for Model Number LHD30 dehumidifier

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After turning on dehumidifier, it will run and everything sounds normal for the first 10-15 seconds. Then the sound wavers a bit and it will trip the GFCI. Unplug it and reset GFCI and it will repeat the above again. I tried it on a different GFCI circuit with the same results. Once, it tripped the breaker instead of the GFCI. I am wondering if it could be this capacitor and am wondering a good test procedure for the capacitor with a meter. Does the fan start first, before the compressor? I am wondering if it is when the compressor tries to start that it trips the GFCI? Thank you.

Harry for Model Number 58053701300

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Kenmore dehumidifer is running except doesn't dry the humidity in room. The air is cold, not warmer like before. What is cause? Is capacitor blow out? Hope not compressor! Thanks.

Sherri for Model Number 580.53701300

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