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The water sensor is a float in the mister area of the base. The float is off in one corner with a little plastic barrier around it and translucent cap over it. Make sure the float can more freely.
If the float can move up and down but the light stays on, the reed switch (a switch controlled by a magnet built into the float) inside the unit might have been knocked loose, damaged or disconnected. The switch is actually inside the post that the float slides on, but it can only be accessed from the underside - inside the unit.
A humidifier is the device which adds moisture content into the air. It removes dust particles in your room and keeps your home air clean. For more information: check this website: https://www.vackerglobal.com/divisions/dehumidifier-humidifier/humidifier/
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Hi there, I know that this unit is made in South Africa and it is well built and designed. The problem sounds like a condensation problem, and instead of the water draining at the condensate line hose, or pipe, it is over flowing into the electrical components causing the unit to trip loosing power .I have not been able to locate a manual to read what the codes for this unit mean, but you need to look at the unit where the water is coming from, the evap. coil where it blows supply air and clean the drain and if it has a foam type filter that can be washed, do this also.The drain must be washed or blew out or you will continue to have this problem, which can also be dangerous as you no that water and electrical products do not mix. If it will not come back on now after the water has drained, it sounds like the water has finally damaged a component. Find out what you can on this code from owners manual if you have one. Sometimes you will find a list of codes on the unit also, that will tell you what so many short or long flashes mean. I would bet the water has shorted out a component.Lets hope not, try and find what this code means and we can go from there.It would be great to be on site to get you up and running,but....no such Luck. It only condesates in the cooling mode inside the house. Please inform me what you find. Sincerely, Shastalaker7
here is the website that you can order your filter from. now the filter that i'm seeing by your model number of ecm250 is a hwf62. that's the only one i see. now if your model number is different. this website that i posted will have it listed. you just have to type the correct model number in the bar and they will pull up the options for you. if you have any other questions please feel free to let me know.
the website that you can go to to order is www.appliancefactoryparts.com. type in your model number, clickon a picture once it loads and then scroll down the page until you see water tanks. right now the price is 39.99
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