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Honeywell Humidifier I have a Honeywell humidifier thru which there seems to be no water flowing. How can I test for the part at fault?

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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.

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