When we try to use the humidifier water leaks out and onto the floor. If we take the cover off it looks as if the water is shooting out of the filter. We don't think the filter is clogged because when we take the filter to the sink and run water through it the water doesn't shoot out...we have tried slowing down the water but that didn't work....
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You may be over filling the unit. Take the refillable water tank out and with the power removed try to remove all the extra water where the tank goes. check for anything that looks cracked inside the unit the best you can. If the tank is seating properly it should not leak. If it is filled properly it should not leak.
Hello, usually this is a sign of a drain problem or the water is entering the humidifier too fast. If the water is not draining at the end of the drain line something is preventing the water from flowing. I would also make sure that there is no heavy mineral buildup on the water panel pad this can cause water to leak out of the humidifier. Lastly check to make sure there is a orifice inside the supply water tubing leaving the solenoid, if not this causes the water to enter the humidifier too fast.
Check the drain lines to make sure the are not plugged and check the hidifier pad to be sure it is not scaled up and not letting the water flow through the pad. Last thing is make sure the humidifier is level so the water isn't leaking out the cover instead of the drain.
Found a hairline crack in the water canister. Had to locate by filling the canister and waiting for a couple of minutes for water droplets to form outside the canister. This ever so slight crack allowed air to enter the chamber and made changes to water dispensing rate which overfilled the resevoir over time ( hours). The cracks were not visible under 10X magnification without the water droplets.
My Air-O-Swiss U7142 has a leak from the very bottom. I found that as long as the water flows on to the "pan" that evaporizes the water, the water will come out from the bottom. Does anybody know how to fix this?