Question about Honeywell 32001639-002 Solenoid Assembly for Humidifiers
It looks like too much water is going down the drain. Is there a way to reduce the flow on the solenoid?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
In order of probability:
1) (incorrect wiring) Make sure that humidistat is in SERIES wired with the furnace.
2) (shorted wires) Check that two wires to humidistat are not touching...use your glasses if you need them!
3) (bad humidistat) disconnect the humidistat and put an ohmmeter accoss the two terminals when it is turned on you should read 0 ohms, and when off it should read infinate ohms, if not pass both these tests, you need new humidistat.
That is it, there are no other possibilites!
Posted on Dec 26, 2009
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