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  • Brand: Philips
  • Product: Dehumidifier
  • Model/name: DE3203
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Table of Contents

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DE3203
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Contents
1 Important   21
Safety   21
2 Your Air Dehumidifier   25
Product Overview   25
Controls Overview   26
3 Getting started   27
Before first use   27
Positioning the
dehumidifier   27
Using the aroma function   27
4 Using the dehumidifier   29
The humidity light   29
Turning on and off   29
Setting the humidity level   30
Selecting the Auto mode   30
Changing the fan speed   31
Selecting laundry drying
mode   31
Using the swing function   32
Setting the Timer   32
Defrosting the
dehumidifier   32
Using the light on/off
function   33
5 Draining the dehumidifier  33
Emptying the water tank   33
Using the continuous
drainage   34
6 Cleaning   35
Cleaning the body of the
dehumidifier   35
Cleaning the water tank   36
Cleaning the back cover   37
7 Storage   37
8 Troubleshooting   38
9 Guarantee and service   40
Order parts or accessories  40
10 Notices   40
Electromagnetic fields
(EMF)   40
Recycling   40
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1 Important
Safety
Read this user manual carefully
before you use the dehumidifier,
and save it for future reference.
Danger
•
• Do not spray any
flammable materials such
as insecticides or fragrance
around the dehumidifier to
avoid electric shock and/or
a fire hazard.
•
• Do not drink the
accumulated water, use
it to feed animals, nor to
water plants. Empty the
water tank, and pour the
water down the drain.
Warning
•
• Check if the voltage
indicated on the bottom
or indicated at the rear of
the appliance corresponds
to the local power voltage
before you connect the
appliance.
•
• Connect the dehumidifier
to the power socket
exclusively, and do not
connect it through an
extension cord to prevent
fire hazard and/ or electric
shock.
•
• If the power cord is
damaged, you must have
it replaced by Philips, a
service center authorized
by Philips, or similarly
qualified persons in order
to avoid a hazard.
•
• Do not use the appliance
if the plug, the power cord,
or the appliance itself is
damaged.
•
• This appliance is not
intended for use by
persons (including
children) with reduced
physical sensory or mental
capabilities, or lack of
experience and knowledge,
unless they have been
given supervision or
instruction concerning
use of the appliance by a
person responsible for their
safety.
•
• Children should be
supervised to ensure that
they do not play with the
appliance.
•
• Do not start or stop the
dehumidifier by plugging
and unplugging the power
cord.
•
• Do not block the air inlet
and outlet, e.g. by placing
items on the air outlet or in
front of the air inlet.
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•
• Do not insert your fingers
or objects into the air
inlet and outlet to prevent
physical injury or product
malfunction.
•
• Do not use the aroma
function if you are allergic
to essential oils.
•
• It is suggested not using
the aroma function if you
have respiratory issues.
•
• If you feel unwell during
the use of the aroma
function, stop this function
immediately.
•
• Do not use the aroma
function for infants,
pregnant women or
women in lactation period.
•
• It’s not recommended to
use substances other than
essential oils.
•
• This appliance can only
be used for the intended
purpose shown in the user
manual.
Caution
•
• Do not turn the appliance
on and off frequently.
•
• If the power socket used
to power the dehumidifier
has poor connections, the
plug of the dehumidifier
becomes hot. Make sure
you plug the dehumidifier
into properly connected
power socket.
•
• Always place and use the
dehumidifier on a dry,
stable, level, and horizontal
surface.
•
• Leave at least 40 cm free
space behind and on both
sides of the dehumidifier
and leave at least 60 cm
free space above it.
Insufficient ventilation may
cause overheating or fire
hazard.
•
• Do not use this
dehumidifier when you
have used indoor smoke-
type insect repellents or in
places with oily residues,
burning incense, or
chemical fumes.
•
• Do not operate or store the
dehumidifier under direct
sunlight.
•
• Do not use the
dehumidifier near gas
appliances, heating devices
or fireplaces.
•
• Do not use the
dehumidifier in a bathroom
or other places where it is
likely to come in contact
with water, or wash it with
water.
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draining the water from the
tank. Otherwise, this may
result in water leakage or
electricity leakage.
•
• Do not drop the
dehumidifier as this may
cause personal injury, and
damage to the floor or
household items as a result
of water spillage.
•
• Do not place anything on
top of the dehumidifier.
•
• Do not stand on, sit
on, or lean against the
dehumidifier. This may
cause the dehumidifier to
tip over causing injury.
•
• Do not remove or
dismantle the float in
the tank; otherwise, the
dehumidifier cannot
detect when the tank is full
and could result in water
leakage.
•
• Do not use detergents,
cleaning agents, abrasive
powders, chemically
treated dusters, gasoline,
benzene, thinners or other
solvents, as they can
damage the dehumidifier
or the water tank. This may
result in water leakage.
•
• Mildew may form in the
water tank, clean it every
week with tap water. Then,
wipe with a soft, dry cloth.
•
• When you use the
dehumidifier for drying
laundry, hang your clothes
from a distance where
water droplets will not drip
onto the dehumidifier.
•
• The dehumidifier is only
intended for household
use under normal
operating conditions (5°C -
35°C).
•
• Do not use the
dehumidifier in a room
with major temperature
changes.
•
• Run the power cord under
carpeting, rugs, or runners.
Arrange the cord away
from areas where it may be
tripped over.
•
• Make sure the water
tank is properly installed
before you switch on the
dehumidifier.
•
• Do not touch the swing
louver.
•
• Avoid knocking against the
dehumidifier (the air inlet
and outlet in particular)
with hard objects.
•
• Always unplug the
dehumidifier after use and
before you move or clean
it.
•
• Power off and unplug
the dehumidifier before
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condensation inside the
dehumidifier.
•
• To prevent interference,
place the appliance
at least 2m away from
electrical appliances that
use airborne radio waves
such as TVs, radios, and
radio-controlled clocks.
•
• The appliance does not
remove carbon monoxide
(CO) or radon (Rn). It
cannot be used a safety
device in case of accidents
with combustion processes
and hazardous chemicals.
•
• Never move the appliance
by pulling the power cord.
•
• This appliance is not
a substitute for proper
ventilation, regular vacuum
cleaning, or use of an
extractor hood or fan while
cooking.
•
• Do not sit or stand on the
appliance. The appliance
is equipped with omni
wheels. Sitting or standing
on the appliance may lead
to potential injury.
Fuse Specification:
T1.6A 250V
T5.0A 250V
•
• If you do not use the
dehumidifier for an
extended period of time,
make sure all parts are
clean and dry.
•
• Do not use the
dehumidifier for food
preservation, art or
scientific works.
•
• Do not point the airflow of
the dehumidifier directly at
the body for a prolonged
period of time, especially
where there is someone
who is unable to use the
humidity adjustment
function. For instance:
infant, child, or elderly
person. This may harm the
physical condition and
lead to dehydration.
•
• Use the dehumidifier with
cautions where the walls,
furniture, and art works are
vulnerable to dry air.
•
• Do not place the
appliance directly below
an air conditioner to
prevent condensation
from dripping onto the
appliance which will cause
short circuit and leakage of
electricity.
•
• Do not use the
dehumidifier in a room
with major temperature
changes, as this may cause
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2 Your Air Dehumidifier
Congratulations on your purchase, and welcome to Philips!
To fully benefit from the support that Philips offers, register your product at
www.Philips.com/welcome.
Product Overview
A
B
C
E
J
G
H
I
F
D
K
A Display panel G Water tank
B Louver H Continuous drainage outlet
C Air outlet I Power cord wrapping handle
D Aroma box J Back cover
E Humidity indication light K Hose
F Omni wheels
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Controls Overview
A B C D F
E G H I
A On/off button F Humidity setting button
B Auto mode button G Light on/off button
C Laundry drying mode button H Auto swing button
D Fan speed button I Timer button
E Display screen
Display panel
Auto defrosting indicator Laundry drying mode icon
Water tank full alert Continuous mode icon
Auto mode icon Timer indicator
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Using the aroma function
Note
•
• Only the aroma box is provided,
the essential oils are not
included. Please purchase and
use the essential oils if needed.
•
• Read the user manual of
essential oils carefully before
using the aroma function.
•
• Make sure the dehumidifier is
disconnected with power before
dropping essential oils into the
aroma box.
•
• It is suggested not using the
aroma function if you have
respiratory issues.
•
• Do not use the aroma function if
you are allergic to essential oils.
•
• If you feel unwell during the use
of the aroma function, stop this
function immediately.
•
• Do not use the aroma function
for infants, pregnant women or
women in lactation period.
•
• It’s recommended not to use
substances other than essential
oils.
1 Remove the aroma box from the
top of the appliance.
3 Getting started
Before first use
Before using the appliance, remove
all packaging materials.
Note
•
• Before using the dehumidifier,
place it horizontally.
Positioning the
dehumidifier
To increase the dehumidifying
effectiveness, position the
dehumidifier in a location that can
draw the most air.
Note
•
• When the dehumidifier is
operating, do not open exterior
doors or windows.
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5 Close the cover of the aroma
box and put it back onto the top
of the dehumidifier.
2 Remove the cover of the aroma
box.
3 Remove the packing materials
of the aroma pads and put one
piece of pads into aroma box.
4 Drop in 2-3 drops of essential
oils to the aroma pad.
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4 Using the
dehumidifier
The humidity light
Humidity
light
color
Ambient humidity
level
Blue ≤5 (Lower ambient
humidity level
compared with preset
humidity level)
Purple 6-15 (Medium ambient
humidity level
compared with preset
humidity level)
Red >15 (Higher ambient
humidity level
compared with preset
humidity level)
The humidity light automatically
goes on when the appliance is
switched on, and lights up all colors
in sequence. In a short time the
humidity sensors select the color
that corresponds to the surrounding
humidity.
Turning on and off
Note
•
• For optimum performance, close
doors and windows.
•
• Keep curtains away from the air
inlet or air outlet.
•
• For optimum dehumidification
efficiency, place the dehumidifier
in a flat, stable surface.
•
• Before turning on the
dehumidifier, check if the
power voltage corresponds
to the voltage printed on the
dehumidifier.
1 Put the plug of the dehumidifier
in the wall outlet.
»
» The dehumidifier beeps.
2 Touch the button once to
turn on the appliance.
»
» The current humidity level is
displayed on the screen.
»
» After measuring the ambient
humidity level, the humidity
sensor automatically selects
the color of the humidity
light.
»
» The dehumidifier goes to the
Auto mode.
3 Touch and hold for 3 seconds
to turn off the dehumidifier.
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Setting the humidity level
You can set the desired humidity
level to 40, 50, 60, 70, or -- percent.
• Touch the button one or more
times to set the desired humidity
level, and the humidity indicator
lights up.
Note
•
• When the humidity is decreased
to the selected level, the
dehumidifier automatically
stops dehumidifying the air, but
the fan will continue working.
•
• If you do not set the humidity
level, the default relative
humidity is 60%.
Tip
•
• A comfortable humidity level is
from RH 40% to RH 60%.
Continuous mode
In continuous mode, the
appliance constantly works with the
optimal dehumidifying settings.
• Touch the button repeatedly
to select the continuous mode.
»
» The and display on the
screen.
Selecting the Auto mode
• Touch the Auto mode button
to select the Auto mode.
»
» displays on the screen.
»
» The current humidity level
displays on the screen.
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Note
•
• Do not point the airflow of the
dehumidifier directly at the
body for a prolonged period
of time, especially where there
is someone who is unable to
use the humidity adjustment
function.
•
• When you use the dehumidifier
for laundry drying, hang your
clothes from a distance where
water droplets will not drip onto
the dehumidifier.
•
• Make sure the air inlet and
outlet are not blocked by the
clothes.
•
• Make sure that you dry the
clothes on a safe and secure
place from dropping to block
the air inlet and outlet.
Tip
•
• Direct the louver until air flows
directly onto the clothes to dry
your clothes more efficiently.
Changing the fan speed
• Touch the fan speed button
repeatedly to select the fan
speed (1, 2 or 3) you need.
Selecting laundry drying
mode
• Touch the button to select the
laundry drying mode.
»
» The dehumidifier goes to
laundry drying mode.
»
» The dehumidifier operates
under the highest fan speed.
»
» display on the screen.
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1 Touch the button to activate
the timer.
2 Touch the button repeatedly
to choose the number of hours
you want the dehumidifier to
operate .
• To deactivate the timer
function, touch the
button repeatedly until is
displayed on the screen.
Defrosting the
dehumidifier
Note
•
• The defrosting function is
enabled only when the
dehumidifier operates under
dehumidifying mode.
The dehumidifier is equipped with
a defrosting sensor to make sure
it is in optimal condition when
being used in cold weather. The
dehumidifier automatically detects
if defrosting is required.
When defrosting is required:
»
» The indicator is on.
Using the swing function
The louver is able to swing close to
90 degrees. Use the swing function
to direct the air flow.
1 Touch the button to activate
the swing function.
2 Touch the button again to
deactivate the swing function.
Tip
•
• After the appliance is turned
on, turn the louver upward to
increase the dehumidifying
efficiency.
Setting the Timer
With the timer function, you can
let the dehumidifier operate for a
set number of hours. When the set
time has elapsed, the dehumidifier
automatically turns off. The timer is
available from 1 to 9 hours.
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5 Draining the
dehumidifier
Emptying the water tank
When the water tank is full:
»
» The appliance beeps, and
the indicator is on.
1 Hold the recess of the water
tank, and pull it from the
dehumidifier.
»
» Defrosting will begin
defrosting and continue
until the dehumidifier is
completely defrosted.
Note
•
• During defrosting, the
dehumidifier operates in clothes
dry mode.
•
• The dehumidifier will resume
working and operate the
previous settings after defrosting
is completed.
Using the light on/off
function
With the light on/off button, you
can switch on or off the humidity
light or the display screen.
1 Touch the light on/off button
once, the humidity light will go
off.
2 Touch the light on/off button
again, the display screen will
dimmed.
3 Touch the light on/off button
for the third time, all lights will
be on again.
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2 Open the water tank cover and
empty the water into a sink.
3 Wipe the outside of the water
tank dry with a clean cloth.
4 Put the water tank back into the
dehumidifier.
Note
•
• The dehumidifier will resume
working after the water tank is
emptied.
Using the continuous
drainage
The dehumidifier can also drain
excess water by attaching a hose.
This allows you to operate the
dehumidifier without emptying the
water tank.
1 Turn off the dehumidifier and
unplug from the wall socket.
2 Remove the water tank from the
dehumidifier.
3 Connect the hose to the
drainage outlet.
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6 Cleaning
Note
•
• Always turn the appliance off and
unplug the appliance from the
electrical outlet before cleaning.
•
• Never immerse the appliance in
water or any other liquid.
•
• Never use abrasive or aggressive
cleaning agents such as bleach
or alcohol to clean any part of the
appliance.
•
• The back cover is washable.
Cleaning the body of the
dehumidifier
Regularly clean the inside and
outside of the dehumidifier to
prevent dust from collecting.
1 Use a soft, dry cloth to clean
both the interior and exterior of
the appliance.
2 The air outlet can also be
cleaned with a dry, soft cloth.
4 Put the water tank back into the
dehumidifier.
Note
•
• Put the water tank back in to
the dehumidifier even using
the continuous drainage, or the
dehumidifier can not operate
normally.
•
• Make sure the hose fits tightly
so that no water leaks from the
dehumidifier.
•
• When using the continuous
drainage, make sure the hose is
laid flat and not knotted.
•
• Make sure the hose is not
immersed in water, nor raised
higher than the continuous
drainage hole.
•
• Place the outlet of the hose in
somewhere it can easily drain.
•
• Check the dehumidifier once
a week when draining water
continuously or left unattended
for an extended period of time.
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5 Wash the water tank under a
running tap water, and clean
the insides of it with a soft clean
cloth.
6 Wipe the outside of the water
tank dry with a clean cloth.
7 Put the water tank back into the
dehumidifier.
Cleaning the water tank
Clean the water tank every day to
keep it clean.
1 Switch off the dehumidifier and
unplug from the electrical outlet.
2 Remove the water tank from the
dehumidifier.
3 Open the water tank cover and
fill the water tank for 1/3 with
water.
4 Add some mild washing-up
liquid to the water in the water
tank.
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5 Put the back cover back into the
appliance.
6 Put the plug of the dehumidifier
in the wall outlet.
7 Wash your hands thoroughly
after cleaning the back cover.
7 Storage
1 Turn off the dehumidifier and
unplug from the wall outlet.
2 Clean the dehumidifier, empty
the water tank and wash
the back cover (see chapter
‘Cleaning’).
3 Let all parts dry thoroughly
before storing.
4 Store the dehumidifier in a cool,
dry location.
Cleaning the back cover
Clean the back cover when
necessary to keep it clean.
Note
•
• The back cover is washable and
vacuum cleanable.
1 Switch off the dehumidifier and
unplug from the electrical outlet.
2 Pull the back cover, and remove
it from the dehumidifier.
3 If the back cover is very dirty, use
a soft brush to brush away the
dust. Wash the back cover under
a running tap water.
4 Allow the back cover to air dry
thoroughly before placing back
in the dehumidifier.
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8 Troubleshooting
This chapter summarizes the most common problems you could encounter
with the dehumidifier. If you are unable to solve the problem with the
information below, visit www.philips.com/support or contact the Consumer
Care Center in your country for assistance.
Problem Possible solution
The appliance
does not work
even though it is
plugged in to the
wall socket and
switched on.
•
• The timer is set to a specific time interval. Reset or
turn off the timer.
•
• Try a different electrical socket or check the wall
switch.
•
• Make sure that the water tank is empty and placed in
the dehumidifier properly.
The water tank is
empty but the
indictor is still on.
•
• Remove the water tank from the dehumidifier and
place it back to the dehumidifier again.
There is no air
dehumidification
in the room
or the
dehumidifying
effectiveness is
low.
•
• Make sure the air inlet and outlet are not blocked.
•
• The room humidity is below what the dehumidifier is
set to. Select a lower humidity level.
•
• Make sure that no exterior doors or windows are
open.
•
• The current temperature is low in the room. Try again
until the temperature rises up.
Water leaks from
the dehumidifier.
•
• Make sure that the dehumidifier is in good condition
and the water tank is not cracked.
The dehumidifier
does not collect
water.
•
• The humidity is low. The dehumidifier automatically
resumes working when the humidity level is
increased.
•
• The temperature is low. Wait until the temperature
rises up.
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Problem Possible solution
The airflow that
comes out of
the air outlet
is significantly
weaker than
before.
•
• The back cover is dirty. Clean the back cover (see
chapter "Cleaning").
The dehumidifier
produces a
unpleasant
smell.
•
• The first few times you use the dehumidifier, it may
produce a plastic smell. This is normal.
•
• If the dehumidifier produces a burnt odor, switch
OFF and unplug from the electrical outlet. Contact
the Consumer Care Center in your country for
assistance.
The dehumidifier
is loud.
•
• If the dehumidifier is too loud, change the fan speed
to a lower fan speed level. When using the product in
a bedroom at night, choose a lower fan speed.
•
• Make sure that the dehumidifier is placed on a flat
and stable surface.
Error codes "E3"
“E4” or "E5"
displays on the
screen.
•
• The dehumidifier has malfunctions. Contact the
Consumer Care Center in your country.
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Compliance with EMF
Koninklijke Philips N.V. manufactures
and sells many products targeted at
consumers, which, like any electronic
apparatus, in general have the ability
to emit and receive electromagnetic
signals.
One of Philips’ leading Business
Principles is to take all necessary
health and safety measures for
our products, to comply with all
applicable legal requirements
and to stay well within the EMF
standards applicable at the time of
producing the products.
Philips is committed to develop,
produce and market products that
cause no adverse health effects.
Philips confirms that if its products
are handled properly for their
intended use, they are safe to use
according to scientific evidence
available today.
Philips plays an active role in the
development of international EMF
and safety standards, enabling
Philips to anticipate further
developments in standardization for
early integration in its products.
Recycling
Do not throw away the product with
the normal household waste at the
end of its life, but hand it in at an
official collection point for recycling.
By doing this, you help to preserve
the environment.
Follow your country's rules for the
separate collection of electrical
and electronic products. Correct
disposal helps prevent negative
consequences for the environment
and human health.
9 Guarantee and
service
If you need information or if you
have a problem, please visit the
Philips website at www.philips.com
or contact the Philips Consumer
Care Center in your country (you
can find its phone number in the
worldwide guarantee leaflet). If
there is no Consumer Care Center in
your country, go to your local Philips
dealer.
Order parts or
accessories
If you have to replace a part or want
to purchase an additional part, go
to your Philips dealer or visit
www.philips.com/support.
If you have problems obtaining the
parts, please contact the Philips
Consumer Care Center in your
country (you can find its phone
number in the worldwide guarantee
leaflet).
10 Notices
Electromagnetic fields
(EMF)
This Philips appliance complies
with all applicable standards and
regulations regarding exposure to
electromagnetic fields.

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