The parts covered under a dehumidifier warranty depend on a number of different factors, including the brand, model and where it was purchased. Companies such as LG, General Electric, EcoAir and Frigidaire all offer different warranties for the dehumidifiers they produce.
EcoAir offers separate warranty terms for its domestic and industrial humidifiers. The majority of EcoAir's domestic humidifiers are covered by a two-year limited warranty, which covers most parts with the exception of filters. Many Frigidaire humidifiers, such as the FAD704DWD 70-pint Capacity Dehumidifier, are covered by a one-year limited parts and labor warranty. In addition, these units also come with an additional two to five-year limited warranty on all sealed system parts, including the compressor, condenser, evaporator and tubing.
LG provides different warranty periods for its dehumidifiers. Some models, such as the LD301EL, only come with a one-year limited parts and labor warranty on all internal or functional components, while other models feature a longer five-year limited parts and labor warranty on the same components.
General Electric provides different warranty terms on its dehumidifiers depending on whether the customer lives in the United States or Canada. This is because a different company is responsible for the warranty in each country.