dry cabi malfunction?


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Zaknafein

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i have a digi cabi analog version. i notice that the humidity is fluctuating a lot. 1 day it can be at 38/40%, and it will slowly rise until about 48 - 50%+ (in a few days or 1 week). then it will drop to aroune 38/40%. is there anything wrong with the cabi?

is a 60L cabi but i do not really have much equipments inside the cabi yet. would that be the problem? cos i notice the more stuffs u put in, the higher the humidity...
 

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i have a digi cabi analog version. i notice that the humidity is fluctuating a lot. 1 day it can be at 38/40%, and it will slowly rise until about 48 - 50%+ (in a few days or 1 week). then it will drop to aroune 38/40%. is there anything wrong with the cabi?

is a 60L cabi but i do not really have much equipments inside the cabi yet. would that be the problem? cos i notice the more stuffs u put in, the higher the humidity...

Just give digi mfg a ring see if they can repair for u. :)
 

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i have a digi cabi analog version. i notice that the humidity is fluctuating a lot. 1 day it can be at 38/40%, and it will slowly rise until about 48 - 50%+ (in a few days or 1 week). then it will drop to aroune 38/40%. is there anything wrong with the cabi?

is a 60L cabi but i do not really have much equipments inside the cabi yet. would that be the problem? cos i notice the more stuffs u put in, the higher the humidity...
What is your dry cab model? When it is low (38-40%RH), do you run air-cond in your room? Or, when it is high (48-50%RH), the weather is rainy days?

I assumed you are always keep the door closed and never open the door. When you often open the door, the humidity inside is higher.

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Arto.
 

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regardless aircon or non-aircon. If you don't open the dry-cab, the RH can only drop down and down. It shouldn't go up for no reason. Check your power supply (faulty plug or something) and the door seal.
 

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thx for the replies! model is HD-60. its an analog 60L digi cabi.
i wanna be sure there's something wrong b4 i call up digicabi :)

that room is seldom air-conditioned. i notice the weather does not really affect the humidity inside, just that the humidity fluctuates quite a lot imo.

the door is mostly closed, open it about once every 2 weeks roughly. i notice that once the humidifier activates, the humidity will drop from about 50% - 38% in my current setting. then it will rise till about 50% through a few days, and the process starts all over again.

i dun notice anything wrong with the door seal... what is there to look out for?
 

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thx for the replies! model is HD-60. its an analog 60L digi cabi.
i wanna be sure there's something wrong b4 i call up digicabi :)

that room is seldom air-conditioned. i notice the weather does not really affect the humidity inside, just that the humidity fluctuates quite a lot imo.

the door is mostly closed, open it about once every 2 weeks roughly. i notice that once the humidifier activates, the humidity will drop from about 50% - 38% in my current setting. then it will rise till about 50% through a few days, and the process starts all over again.

i dun notice anything wrong with the door seal... what is there to look out for?
On your case, try to call Digi-cabi and tell them your dry cab problem.

Let us hear digi-cabi reply.

Regards,
Arto.
 

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okay, i just gave them a call...

according to what the person say... the humidity inside the cabinet wont not be stagnant. for example, it will not stay at 45%. it would fluctuate +/- 5-10% and he says thats normal. for my cabinet now, its between about 38-50%... how about u guys?

does the humidity in ur cabinet fluctates too and doesnt stay at 1 humidity?
 

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