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FILLING THE WATER TANKS
1. Before filling the water tanks, push the POWER switch to the “OFF” position and
unplug unit. Refer to cleaning instructions.
2. Remove water tanks from base, turn each tank upside down and remove tank cap
by turning counterclockwise. Fill tank with clean cold tap water.
Replace the tank cap by turning clockwise. Tighten firmly.
3. Carefully pick up tank, since it will be heavy when full, and slippery if wet.
4. Place water tanks on base. Make sure tanks are properly placed, otherwise, the
humidifier will not work correctly.
Hi, Go to your grocery store and
buy some cream of tartar which you can find in the spice section, it is
a white water soluble powder. Dissolve about a teaspoon full in a pot
of your coffee water, put in a filter with nothing in it and cycle the
water through the coffee maker, if it is really scaled up do this a
couple of times, discard the filters which probably will have some
little white and yellow chunks in it and this should clean up the inside, you may have to soak the pot in the warm water with a little stronger solution. Good Luck!
The pad is very easy to replace. Simply remove the water tank. The mineral pad floats in the hot water reservoir. Pull out the old one and discard if it has begun to break down. That's all their is to it.
My Slant Fin humidifier has a floating, ring-shaped magnetic level that isn't replaceable. You can't even tell it's magnetic until you cut off the piece that prevents the white plastic float from rising past a certain point. It turns out that there is a ring-shaped magnet in the float.
I found that the Refill light would go off when I held a strong magnet near the float device.
So, I have suspended the magnet with string from the top of the humidifier outside the humidifier.
Caution: This fix disables the safety feature inherent in the low level shut off. I wonder why the manufacturer uses material that corrodes?
Slant/Fin has sold the humidifier and PC-55
air purifier business to KAZ USA Inc.
If you need replacement parts, repairs, or have any questions
regarding the products, please contact them at:
KAZ, Consumer Relations Dept.
250 Turnpike rd., Southborough, MA 01772
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