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If your dehumidifier is running but not collecting water, there are several potential reasons for this issue:
If the commercial mobile dehumidifier is too small for the space or if the room is too large, it may not be able to effectively remove moisture from the air.
Make sure the LGR dehumidifier is set to the appropriate humidity level. If it's set too low, the dehumidifier may cycle off before it has a chance to collect much water.
Check that there are no obstructions around the flood dehumidifier that could be limiting the airflow. Proper air circulation is essential for the dehumidification process.
A dirty or clogged air filter can hinder the dehumidifier's ability to pull in air and remove moisture. Check the filter and clean or replace it as needed.
If the compressor or fan in the dehumidifier is not working properly, it may not be able to condense moisture from the air.
Dehumidifiers have humidity sensors that help regulate their operation. If these sensors are faulty, the dehumidifier may not be able to accurately measure the humidity levels in the room.
If there's a leak in the refrigerant system, it can prevent the dehumidifier from cooling the coils properly, which is essential for condensing moisture.
There could be a more complex technical issue with the dehumidifier's internal components that requires professional repair.
If you've checked the above points and the dehumidifier still isn't collecting water, it may be best to consult the manufacturer's instructions or contact their customer support for further guidance or consider having a professional technician inspect the unit.