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Waterflow When the water kicks on it comes more quick than previously. Splashing water all over inside of furnace duct. Too much water flow can't drain fast eough down drain sout, overflowing all over floor.

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If the unit was installed with a saddle valve, which is most often the case, you could try turning down the water pressure by tightening the valve a bit. Just follow the copper water line from the humidifier back to the main water line and look for a little valve that you can turn. Try to tighten this enough so that you still have water flowing, but at the proper volume so that it doesn't overflow and splash all over.

Posted on Dec 16, 2008

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