GE ADEW65LP

by Henry
(NY)

Purchased at Walmart 105 days ago. Compressor stopped operating. Walmart would not accept return/exchange because it was more than 90 days past purchase date.

GE apparently does not honor its written warranty of one year. No repair service available. Will only offer a "goodwill rebate" after purchasing another GE dehumidifier, but rebate limited to original price paid, not including tax), even if replacement model costs more and taxes are still not included. GE unable or unwilling to send replacement unit or recommend where to buy one.

When the dehumidifier worked, it worked well, fairly quiet and accurate. However, warranty is worthless at this point.

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GE ADER50LP

by Greg
(Atlanta, GA)

I bought this dehumidifier from Wal Mart online. I had it shipped to the store for pickup for no additional charge.

This unit works quite well and does not make the room overly warm. You cannot hear the compressor but the fan does make a fair amount of noise when run on high.

Because the fan is loud enough to hear from another room I put the unit on a wall timer and do not run it in the evenings. The lack of a timer is really the only drawback to this machine.

I have not yet attached this to automatically drain so I have to empty the reservoir every day or so. The reservoir is smaller in size than other dehumidifiers I have had (LG dehumidifier).

I am using this to dehumidify a 1000 square foot house. The unit appears to be able to do this without running all the time.

I recommend this appliance.

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General Electric AHR50LLG1

by Henry Watkins

The dehumidifier shuts off and the % Humidity window says "F2".

The operator's manual says nothing about what "F2" stands for or how to get the dehumidifier started again.

Help! Help!

Henry Watkins




Webmaster's comment.

To the best of my knowledge "F2" indicates the failure of a sensor, almost certainly the humidity sensor, in the dehumidifier. As you rightly say the manual does not refer to this fault code.

If I am correct the only way to restore the dehumidifier to working order would be to replace the sensor. The availability of parts for this model (I am assuming you meant AHR50 rather than AHR59) seems to be limited to buckets and air filters as far as I can see.

I suggest you contact GE direct for further advice on this number:

GE Answer Center
1-800-626-2005
Monday–Friday: 8 a.m.–10 p.m. ET
Saturday: 8 a.m.–7 p.m. ET
Closed Sunday.

I am sorry I can't be of more help.

Tom (Webmaster)



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