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Sensor Assy

Part Number: AP5630247
MFG Part Number: 6877A30013V
Made by: LG
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Part Number 6877A30013V (AP5630247) replaces 6877A30013R, 6877A30013M, 2313885, 6877A30013L, PS3654111.

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Dehumidifier tripping out with 01 code Ed S. • Tewksbury, MA • May 04, 2014
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Unit worked until yesterday. Turn it on, set humidity to lowest number, but only fan runs. No compressor.

Jim Z for Model Number LHD65EBLY8

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My LG dehumidifier runs for hours but little water is condensed in the bucket. The filter will not come out and because it seems to be frozen in place. I think the coils are freezing up. What's the problem?

Jack J for Model Number LHD65EL

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This unit worked well for 1.5 years and the compressor would cycle on/off as it should. Now, the upper 3/4 of the coils are freezing solid with about 1" thick ice- so thick that it's even coming out of the top of the housing. I cleaned the coils with compressed air from both sides, the fan is running fine and the filter is clean. Am I correct on the fact that the 6877A30013V sensor has failed?

Jim M for Model Number LG model LD451EGL dehumidifier

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I own a LG brand dehumidifier LHD30. It has always worked great and within a couple of hours water would start accumulating in the holding tank. This season I ran it on high for 2 days and the reservoir was bone dry. The fan and dials all seem to be working just no dehumidifying. Help, Music Man

Dee for Model Number LHD30

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Hello, I have a LG dehumidifier model# LHD65EBLY7. unit was working good up until, i started have trouble with the display panel. meaning, i had to press the power button several times before unit would even start. did that for awhile, then stop working all together. now unit has no power to display screen. and stop running completely......any input, would be greatly appreciated.

Chris for Model Number LHD65EBLY7

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I have an Amana dehumidifier about 4 years old. The fan continuously runs but collects no water. Cleaned the fins and filter, and no frost on coils. What I think is the compressor (tall black) is warm. Could the problem be a sensor or something worth fixing?

Robert

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