Important Action for Dehumidifiers with Removable Power Cords


For Dri-Eaz dehumidifiers with removal cords, there is a very defined right and wrong way to remove the power cord. These recommendations apply to Models F410, F411, F412, F413 and F532.

Always remove the power cord from dehumidifiers by grasping the IEC plug as shown in the ‚ÄúCorrect‚Ä̬†photos below. Removing by pulling on the power cord as shown in the photos labeled ‚Äúincorrect,‚ÄĚ will¬†damage the plug and/or the IEC receptacle.


Incorrect plug removal. Images courtesy of Dri-Eaz

The damage may cause a poor connection between the plug and receptacle, possibly leading to failure at the point of connection.

Users should inspect the IEC plug and IEC receptacle for damage due to incorrect power cord removal. If the IEC plug does not fit securely into the IEC receptacle, the cord must be replaced immediately.

Any damage to IEC receptacle or dehumidifier that has been caused by the improper removal of the power cord is not covered by warranty. The IEC power cord is a wear item and is not covered by warranty.

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