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Can I adjust the amount of water flow on a 32001876-001 Solenoid Assembly

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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SOURCE: 32001639-002 solenoid wiring confusion

No there is no polarity issue, either wire to either one it doesnt matter. Steve

Posted on Dec 21, 2008

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SOURCE: Installing the Honeywell HE360A humidifier.

should be 2 wires going to humidifier you will connect wires from humidistat to them.

Posted on Oct 27, 2009

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SOURCE: I have a Honeywell House humidifier HE 225A-1006.

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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SOURCE: Is the Solenoid supports to get hot?

I DO NOT HAVE SOLUTION BUT I HAVE SAME PROBLEM HELP PLEASE

Posted on Jan 26, 2010

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SOURCE: no water flowing through humidifier, solenoid hot

Check the hose running to the humidifier after the solenoid, it could be plugged.

Posted on Dec 11, 2010

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Water drains into air return & onto floor


Hello, usually this is a sign of a drain problem or the water is entering the humidifier too fast. If the water is not draining at the end of the drain line something is preventing the water from flowing. I would also make sure that there is no heavy mineral buildup on the water panel pad this can cause water to leak out of the humidifier. Lastly check to make sure there is a orifice inside the supply water tubing leaving the solenoid, if not this causes the water to enter the humidifier too fast.

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Is this unit design to have a continous flow into the drain? My flows all of the time.


Hello, the humidifier should only be running when the furnaces blower motor is running, therefore it should only drain when the humidifier is on and not flow continuously. Usually the humidifier will keep draining water when the solenoid is stuck open and should be replaced with a new solenoid valve.

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Hi we have a honeywell humidifier connected to our furnace we now here a buzzing sound what can this be from?


Hello. the buzzing sound you are hearing is coming from the solenoid valve on your humidifier. This could be due to low water flow going into the solenoid or the valve itself is going bad. I would check the saddle valve first and make sure you are getting a good stream of water to the solenoid valve, sometimes sediment gets built up in the saddle valve preventing water to flow. If the water flow looks good then replace solenoid valve.

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I just installed a Hamilton whole house humidifier but am not getting enough water to the filter. The solenoid is opening for 2 seconds every minute to release the water as it is suppose to do, but the...


Most humidifiers have a strainer on the inlet side of the solenoid valve, if this strainer is clogged up it will reduce the water flow to the humidifer. Usually sediment builds up in the strainer and all you need to do is remove it and clean it up and reinstall it.

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What controls how much water flows into an Aprilaire 550? It was fine until a couple of days ago. I replaced filter, but it still appears to be too strong. It not only runs out the drain tube but is...


In the water line where it connects to the solenoid is an orifice. You can install a smaller plastic orifice or you can install a manual feed valve to where you can control the flow.

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When furnace cycles on the humidifier overflow spout has a tremendous flow of water that pours all over basement floor. Is there a valve problem ? I can connect a drain tube from this overflow spout to the...


If the water stops when the heater is not running then the humidifier is working fine. I know it seems like alot of water but that's how it's designed.

Jan 02, 2010 | Aprilaire 550 Humidifier

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Water is getting to my solenoid valve and the valve is activated as it is warm to the touch. No water on the back side of the valve to the humidifier. It is on sometimes and other times is doesn't work....


Valves do go bad, but I had the same issue and it was the inlet orifice that was plugged.
To fix: Turn off the water supply. Disconnect the water inlet line to the solenoid. The water inlet line connect to ~ 1" long piece that goes into the solenoid. Unscrew the water inlet piece and remove it from the solenoid. Check it for water flow - water should slowly drip out the small orifice at the soleniod side. There is a pin-hole sized orifice on the solenoid side and it doesn't take much to plug it. There is also a narrow cone-shaped filter inside the inlet piece. You can use tweezers to remove the filter and & use a safety pin or sewing needle to clear the orifice. Check the filter, clean it if necessary, and reinstall the filter. Now check for water flow thru the part before reinstalling. Reconnect the water inlet line and turn on the water supply. Turn your humidistat to trigger the humidifier. You should see water flowing through the drain tube.

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the humidistat on this unit just acts as a set of dry contacts. with the humidifier plugged in, you should be able to touch the 2 brown wires by the water solenoid together and get the power fan to run and the water solenoid to enrgize. if you do this and water does not flow, you most likely have a bad water soenoid. it is either electrically bad, or just plugged with water deposits. sometimes you can pull it apart and clean it, sometimes you just have to replace the solenoid.

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your drain pipe is clogged up, going to drain- Duh

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I installed this humidifier (and had a lot of trouble installing it!) and was surprised by the flow of water. Mine leaks out of the bottom of the unit so I haven't actually used it yet. I'll try to figure out why it's leaking this weekend. I thought there would be less water flowing through the pad. I suspect that the weight of the unit is causing it to not be plumb so some water is dripping off of the pad and past the drain tray.

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