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Thee should be a float that fills the basin up with water so that the wheel can pick up the moisture and rotate it tso the air can pick it up. yo just have to find where the water goes into the hum. and the float chould be behind it.
Posted on Dec 26, 2008
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There are a few things to check that would cause the empty light to go on and the mist to stop.
Rinse the lid on the bottom of the blue tank. After you rinse it with warm water, dry it and then push the spring on the outside of the lid, it should move easily. Check the inside of the lid and make sure the rubber gasket is securely in place.
Remove the spray guide, and on the base of the humidifier to the side of the ultra sonic disk is a small white plastic pole with a washer-ring around it. This is the float, make sure it moves easily up and down the pole. Use white vinegar on a cloth or paper towel and wipe the pole down.
Reassemble the humidifier, use room temperature water in the tank, set to warm mist and let run for 30-40 minutes. Please make sure the humidifier is on a flat level surface, no carpeting or towel underneath.
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