Question about Honeywell Humidifiers
This was free (Now I see why!), so I`d love to make it work. Silent at first, now it makes a loud whirring noise when in operation on any speed. I have completely disassembled the humidifier and it seems to be the motor itself that is making the noise. I am not knowledgeable enough to feel comfortable with disassembling the motor to check it out. All I did was lubricate any visible post that the two fans spin on which has not seemed to help at all. Secondly- this unit did leak all over the floor when I first tried to use it. It seems the water plastic pipe coming out of the water tank has to be kept tightly pushed together (not sure how/why there isn't a better waterproofing and locking mechanism in place there/???)
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
you type in on the internet. www.appliancefactory.com
in the search bar type in your model number. it might take a minute to load but you will have 3 pictures that come up. click on any of them and scroll down alittle until you see water tanks. you can order them there.. or if youdon't want to go that route you can always try local hardware stores to see if they have it as well.
Posted on Aug 21, 2009
Found a hairline crack in the water canister. Had to locate by filling the canister and waiting for a couple of minutes for water droplets to form outside the canister. This ever so slight crack allowed air to enter the chamber and made changes to water dispensing rate which overfilled the resevoir over time ( hours). The cracks were not visible under 10X magnification without the water droplets.
Posted on Jan 20, 2010
Put some lubricant, oil, WD40, etc. on shaft of fan. Spin the fan with your finger and work the oil into the shaft until the fan spins freely again. Reassemble and problem will be gone for 2-3 weeks. Repeat again until you want to replace the fan motor.
Posted on Feb 19, 2011
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