Color:White Â |Â Size:50 Pint Product Description The Whynter Energy Star RPD-501WP portable dehumidifier is a high capacity unit with an outstanding capability of removing up to 50 pints of moisture from the air per day. With its water pump drainage option, large internal reservoir and environmentally friendly design, this unit creates a very efficient and powerful companion to any home or workplace dealing with high levels of humidity. This unit can be continuously operated with 3 drainage options; manual drain, gravity drain and condensate pump drain. The condensate pump can pump out condensation water through the included 16.5′ drain for continuous water removal with approximately 15′ of vertical lift. This Energy Star RPD-501WP portable dehumidifier includes a 14-pint bucket that can be removed and emptied. For low-temperature area usage, this unit has an auto defrost function to ensure moisture does not freeze and prevent further moisture extraction. Energy Star Qualified – the RPD-501WP provides cost-effective and energy-efficient operation, without sacrificing design and performance. Built for high capacity usage, this unit is suited for enclosed areas as large 3000 sq. ft. Additional Features: Low temperature operation (minimum ambient temperature 40 Degrees); Auto-defrosting capability to prevent frost build-up in unit; Electronic controls with humidity sensor settings; Direct drain option for continuous operation; Condensate pump that pushes over a longer distance; Dual fan speeds and 24 timer function; 2 in 1 silver-coated washable pre-filter combo; Handles and caster wheels for portability; Non ozone-depleting refrigerant: R410a; 16.5′ drain hose for condensate pump drain; 20′ drain hose for gravity drainage; Air Flow (at high speed): 320 m3/h / 188 CFM; Power Supply: 115 V /60 Hz; Dimensions: 15.8′ W x 11.3′ D x 23.6′ H; UL listed; Energy Star rated. From the Manufacturer Â TROUBLESHOOTING Â Many common portable dehumidifierâs problems are easily resolved. Try the troubleshooting suggestions below to see if the problems can be resolved before having to contact the service department. Â Problem Possible Causes Solutions The dehumidifier does not operate. Â ï· Power failure / outage. ï· The automatic switch, line fuse, or breaker has been tripped. Â ï· The power supply voltage is too low. ï· The power cord is damaged. Â ï· The dryness level you selected has been reached. ï· Drain bucket is full or not positioned properly. Â Â ï· Restore the power supply. ï· Flip the switch / change the fuse / turn the breaker back on. Also note that you may have too many appliances drawing power on one circuit, you may need to move the other appliances to another circuit. ï· Move the appliance onto another circuit with the correct voltage. ï· Call for service. Only authorized person-nel should replace damaged power cord or power plug. ï· If you want to remove more moisture, set the unit on Continuous operation. ï· Empty drain bucket and insert the bucket to the appliance properly. Â The dehumidifier runs too much. Â ï· Windows or doors near dehu-midifier are open. ï· Area to be dehumidified is too large. ï· Air movement through dehu-midifier is blocked. Air grille may be dirty. Â ï· Continuous mode is on. Â Â ï· Close all windows or doors. Â ï· You may need an additional dehumidifier for area. ï· Clean the air filter. ï· The appliance must be placed in a space that does not restrict air flowing into the rear coil or out of the front grille. ï· Set the RH% level and the appliance will stop when the set RH% is reached. Â The dehumidifier runs but the room is not dry enough. Â ï· Humidity setting (RH%) is too high. Â ï· The dehumidifier does not have sufficient clearance to operate. ï· Room temperature is too low. Â ï· Windows or doors are opened . Â Â ï· Set the humidity level to a lower RH%. We recommend setting the RH% to at least 10% lower than the current RH%. ï· Ensure there is at least 10â of clearance for proper ventilation. ï· The appliance will not operate satisfacto-rily if the room temperature is below 41Â°F ï· Close windows or doors. Â Frost appears on the coils above the bucket. Â ï· The dehumidifier has been turned on recently. Â ï· Room temperature is too low. Â Â ï· This is normal due to refrigerant rushing through the coil. Frost will usually disap-pear within 60 minutes. This happens when the appliance is operating in low temperatures less than 53Â°F . ï· The appliance will not operate satisfacto-rily if the room temperature is below 41Â°F. Â The dehumidifier makes loud noise. Â ï· Appliance is not leveled. Â Â ï· Shut off the appliance and let it sit on lev-el surface for at least 6 hours.