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Noisy ultrasonic humidifire

My humidifier humidifies ok but makes a lot of noise. There is no lose parts anywhere. The little grey circle that makes mist seems to have some crust on it which doesn't come off even with vinegar or special solutions. I've changed the cartridges and filters but maybe the water is very harsh here...

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The grey circle (diaphram) needs replacing. Try Maplin electronics.

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