Ebac Dehumidifier Instructions

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Ebac specialises in the manufacture of dehumidifier units that remove excess moisture from the air, and is based in Great Britain. The company's dehumidifiers are available in a variety of sizes and finishes, even in a wooden finish that makes the unit appear more like a piece of furniture than a home appliance. Operating an Ebac dehumidifier is a relatively simple process.

Skill level:
Moderately Easy

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Things you need

  • Power supply
  • Sink
  • Small vacuum

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Instructions

  1. 1

    Set the Ebac dehumidifier upright for at least 2 hours before operating for the first time.

  2. 2

    Connect the power cord to the unit and plug in to a working power supply. Turn the power switch to "On."

  3. 3

    Select the desired control option. "Auto Economy" is recommended for reduced energy consumption, while "Auto" is recommended for operation most of the time. Alternatively, "Continuous" is recommended in extremely humid climates or when the moisture level in a home is excessively high.

  4. 4

    Select the "Boost" control if you wish to provide extra dehumidification efforts, such as during times of extremely humid weather. Change the "Fan Speed" control to the "Quiet" setting if you wish for the unit to use less power and be quieter during operation.

  5. 5

    Turn off and unplug the unit after use. Open the water container door and remove the water tank. Empty the water from the tank, rinse with clean water, and set back into the unit.

  6. 6

    Clean the filter on a regular basis for best performance. Remove the filter cover on the back of the unit and pull out the filter. Use a small vacuum to remove excess dirt, dust or debris and replace the filter back in the unit. Close the filter access door.

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