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The '2' in E2 seems to refer to list of conditions under 'Troubleshooting' in the user manual for this product. The version of the manual that I have found claims that in this condition the problem is: "The amount of heated air exiting the front of the portable heater is reduced."
The solution is to: "Check the electrostatic filter to make sure it is free of dust and dirt. Also check the front grill and rear air intake to make sure it is not being blocked by any kind of debris."by BillBell
Hello, seems like there is no way to turn on the humidifier. There would either need to be a new transformer installed, a current sensing relay, or a sail switch to activate the humidifier when the blower motor kicks on.
Replacing this solinoid valve is not hard to do. This is something the homeowner can accomplished with small hand tools. Turn power off at the furnace and the inlet water off at the saddle valve.Remove the water line at the valve and the connector exiting the valve. Remove the two screws and the valve is off the unit. Armed with the make and model number of the unit goggle the manufacture with the model number and order your replacement valve on-line. Install the new valve opposite of which the old valve was removed or per manufactures instructions that may come with the new valve you orderd.
Yes a new valve seems in order. and yes having the valve on the cold side would create less build up in the filter pad so long as your water dose not come in at 37 degrees. but, I think you have it right.
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!
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In the manual it says that you should clean the heating element. Unplug the machine, lift off the water tank, pull the lever under the tank and lift off the power unit side. If there is too much build up on the element from mineral deposits, the refill light may remain on.
Unfortunately, I have cleaned mine, soaked it in vinegar, made it look nice and new...and it still doesn't work. I am really annoyed as I have not had this humidifier long and have taken really good care of it. I do not want to throw it out. I am going to call customer support and find out if there are any other solutions. (I got a new one for Christmas and do not want to open it until I am sure that it is not fixable!)