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    Default The red Light inside my Akarui Analogue Digi Cabi is off

    Hi The red light inside my digi is off after about 12hrs and the RH is around 45 is that normal? The red light inside my cabi is no longer there because last night it was still on.

    Thanks i need some advice

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    Default Re: The red Light inside my Akarui Analogue Digi Cabi is off

    Red light indicates that the moisture level is high and the dehumidifier is working.

    Red light off indicates that the level you have set is reached and the dehumidifier is cut off.

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    Default Re: The red Light inside my Akarui Analogue Digi Cabi is off

    Thanks bro Understood. Now i am trying to Trial and Error to get the correct RH of 40-50%...

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    Default Re: The red Light inside my Akarui Analogue Digi Cabi is off

    Quote Originally Posted by wm910 View Post
    Thanks bro Understood. Now i am trying to Trial and Error to get the correct RH of 40-50%...
    According your initial post it's already there. No need to be 'anal' about the percentage, if a range is given then any value within the range is a valid one.
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    Default Re: The red Light inside my Akarui Analogue Digi Cabi is off

    Quote Originally Posted by wm910 View Post
    Thanks bro Understood. Now i am trying to Trial and Error to get the correct RH of 40-50%...
    I suggest you get another digital hygrometer to test the RH. I found both the analogue hygrometers in my Akarui are not accurate. I had to do the salt test and adjust the hygrometers accordingly.
    Last edited by daredevil123; 20th March 2011 at 08:34 PM.

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