I bought a humidifier from Suntec City, one of those cart shops that also sell essential oil. 6 months later, the humidifier could not power on, there is no problem with the adapter, and they said sometimes electronics get spoil without a reason. So I bought another newer version, the round type they called it a ultrasonic iomizer and humidifier, one month later, same problem again, no power at all, no problem with electricity etc. How come it always happen? They are not cheap and I dun understand why. Pls help
Did you check the socket? it could be something wrong with it....also move it around...like see if it works in other locations......or it could be that something in the Humidifer that either shorted out or got plugged up and wont start....
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This humidifier is AMAZING. I’m a huge fan of using essential oils (lavender, lemongrass, spruce, rose, sandalwood etc) and I picked this up from a thrift shop, added some essential oils to the water and my house smells wonderful.
Essential oil diffusers are virtually the same thing design wise except cost a fortune. This is my best diffuser! I paid $10 for it and it works so good, throws off a ton of mist which I love (it’s so dry here) and I will enjoy owning this unit for years to come. Only thing is to gently clean the little ionizer part with the brush gently and keep it clean. Also..this unit unlike newer ones does NOT shut off automatically so keep an eye on it. Running it dry might cause it to burn out.
Brother, I think you're OK here. I run a couple in my shop, both cheap from Walgreen's, and I'd be ruining the suckers once a week if they didn't have auto-shut-off. Your's should too. Sounds defective.
You may need a HRV/ERV installed. Depends on your indoor air quality(IAQ). It may be allergies. I would talk to a reputable heating/cooling contractor in your area to evaluate your system, recommendations.
It is possible you may have wired it wrong. Make sure your humidifer is not robbing power from your thermostat. This would explain when your humidifer makes a demand to come on it robs power from your t-stat making it lose its call for heat. Wire your humidistat to the "w" terminal and the common terminal so it only runs on a call for heat. With the bypass type of humidifier you purchased it wont do you any good to run when the heat isn't running anyway. If you want an independent operation humidifier you need a steam type.
This type of humidifer is known as a flow through humidifer, when running water flows through it instead of sitting in a pan. The water draining is normal. This type of humidifer will use more water than a pan type but is much healthier due to the fact that you do not get all the build up of the pan type if you ever cleaned one. also change the water panel every year. to change the water panel there will be 2 screws on the bottom pan. Remove them and the panel will come out, buy a replacement at home depot or such store if available, otherwise from a htg company. Replacement is a little tricky to get it to line up so be patient. If you cant remove the bottom panel due to lack of room, it will come out through the top. You will have to loosen and swing the water feed tube out of the way. That is the only maintainace to this humdifier. Also with this humidifier all you have to do is turn the humidistat to off in the summer, you do not have to turn off the water as with float types. Steve
I have the evenflo cool mist humidifier, model # 758100. There should be a model number on the unit. As far as replacement filters, you can buy the Holmes humidifier filter, model # HWF62. It's compatible with Evenflo. I bought a 2-pk at Target for $15.99. Hope this helps.