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ZD300Y0 LG Dehumidifier - Overview

Sections of the ZD300Y0

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Sensor – Part Number: 6877A30013V
Sensor
PartSelect #: PS3654111
Manufacturer #: 6877A30013V
Also known as thermistor.
  No Longer Available
Switch Assembly – Part Number: 6600A30003C
Switch Assembly
PartSelect #: PS3529251
Manufacturer #: 6600A30003C
  No Longer Available
Connector,Hose – Part Number: 5214A20027B
Connector,Hose
PartSelect #: PS3527251
Manufacturer #: 5214A20027B
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ROLLER – Part Number: MHA62753001
ROLLER
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PartSelect #: PS11712156
Manufacturer #: MHA62753001
$17.97
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Filter,Air – Part Number: 5230A20040A
Filter,Air
PartSelect #: PS3527502
Manufacturer #: 5230A20040A
  No Longer Available
Turbo Fan – Part Number: 5900A20007B
Turbo Fan
PartSelect #: PS3528580
Manufacturer #: 5900A20007B
This turbo fan is commonly used in the assembly of air conditioners and dehumidifiers. The fan is used to draw air through the unit and move it forward into your home. If your fan is cracked, broken, ...
$10.70
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PCB Assembly,Display – Part Number: 6871A20600A
PCB Assembly,Display
PartSelect #: PS3529789
Manufacturer #: 6871A20600A
  No Longer Available
Tank Assembly,Bucket – Part Number: 4839A10002G
Tank Assembly,Bucket
PartSelect #: PS3523971
Manufacturer #: 4839A10002G
$80.96
  In Stock
PCB Assembly,Main – Part Number: EBR36909303
PCB Assembly,Main
PartSelect #: PS3533771
Manufacturer #: EBR36909303
  No Longer Available
Handle – Part Number: 3650A20004F
Handle
PartSelect #: PS3521075
Manufacturer #: 3650A20004F
  No Longer Available
Damper,Compressor – Part Number: 4830A30005B
Damper,Compressor
PartSelect #: PS3523944
Manufacturer #: 4830A30005B
$6.37
  In Stock
Capacitor Film Box – Part Number: 0CZZA20007W
Capacitor Film Box
PartSelect #: PS3517208
Manufacturer #: 0CZZA20007W
$37.95
  Special Order

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Danielle
November 11, 2019
The dehumidifier is running but not collecting water.
For model number ZD300Y0
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Hello Danielle and thanks for writing. It is most likely the switch assembly, if this is defective it tells the unit the bucket is full even if it is not, thus it will not collect any water. The part you are looking for has been discontinued for your model and is no longer available. We have no known replacement information in our system. We recommend you contact the manufacturer of the part to see if they have recently released a new substitute.Good Luck with your repair.

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Daniel
April 9, 2022
How do I connect it so it drains without using the bucket?
For model number ZD300Y0
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Hello Daniel, thank you for writing. We hope these few steps will assist you. Remove the bucket from the front of the unit. Open the drain cover on the back of the unit. Thread a standard garden hose onto the drain nozzle. Cut the hose to length and lead it to the floor drain. Replace the bucket on the unit. If you need help placing an order, customer service is open 7 days a week. Please feel free to give us a call. We look forward to hearing from you.

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Common Symptoms of the ZD300Y0

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Unit says bucket is full when it isn’t
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bucket full light constantly blinking with error code 01 on the display
Unscrew and detached front and back panels, and inside framework holding the sheet metal to the body, after removing the sheet metal, unscrew the box enclosing the control board, use needle nose pliers to unhook the sensor module from the board and place the new sensor into the spots where the old sensor was connected (thermostat area, humidity Sensor, bucket switch, and control board). Close up the unit and your good to go.
Parts Used:
Sensor
  • Seif from DETROIT, MI
  • Difficulty Level:
    Easy
  • Total Repair Time:
    30 - 60 mins
  • Tools:
    Pliers, Screw drivers
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turbo stopped spinning
Had to pop open the back. The back did not just unscrew and come off. It has to be pried off carefully. Took the turbo off and put the new one on.
Parts Used:
Turbo Fan
  • Cheryl from Bradner, OH
  • Difficulty Level:
    Easy
  • Total Repair Time:
    15 - 30 mins
  • Tools:
    Screw drivers
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broken roller wheels
released broken wheels from their position using a screwdriver and secured new ones w/ a pliers.
Parts Used:
ROLLER
  • MICHAEL from LEBANON, PA
  • Difficulty Level:
    Really Easy
  • Total Repair Time:
    Less than 15 mins
  • Tools:
    Pliers
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