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There are several reasons why your dehumidifier may not be collecting water:
If the humidity level in the room is already low, the dehumidifier may not collect much water. Check the humidity level in the room using a hygrometer and adjust the dehumidifier's settings accordingly.
Dehumidifiers are less effective in colder temperatures, as the refrigerated coils may freeze up and prevent water from being collected. If the temperature in the room is below 60 degrees Fahrenheit, the dehumidifier may not be able to collect water.
If the air filter is clogged or the intake or exhaust grilles are blocked, air may not be able to circulate properly through the unit, which can prevent water from being collected. Clean the filter and remove any obstructions from the grilles.
If the refrigerant coils or compressor are damaged, the commercial dehumidifier may not be able to collect water. In this case, the unit may need to be repaired or replaced.
If the industrial dehumidifier is not installed correctly, such as if the drainage hose is not properly connected or if the unit is not level, water may not be able to flow properly to the collection bucket or drain.
If you have checked all of these potential causes and your dehumidifier still isn't collecting water, it may be helpful to consult the manufacturer's instructions or contact a professional for assistance.