Question about Crane Thomas the Train Humidifier
I have a Thomas the Train humidifier and there is a little clear plastic round part with a seal that is attached under the top half of the humidifier where you put in the water. Without this part the water would not stay in. A certain amount of water does leak out - I think it's meant to be that way, but not all. The part broke off for some reason, and I was wondering if it is ok to reattach the part with plumbers putty myself, or if there is another solution.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
**With the unit unplugged**
the float sensor is probably getting sticky with residue and buildup (lime, grime, etc). Try cleaning the little float and that area. It should move easily when clean.
Posted on Dec 22, 2009
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