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here is the website for the manual. when you download it go to the maintance section and it will let you know. if not. basically all you have to do is turn off your unit first. take the base and the tank off take out the wick filter disgard and put in new one. put everything back and turn on unit. and it should would like new
cool mist humidifiers don't put out any mist. only the warm ones do. now if you put your hand over the area where it's coming out for about 2 minutes and take it away your hand should feel damp. almost clammy. if it feels like that the unit is working fine. so your not doing anything wrong. if you have any other concerns please let me know.
first make sure the unit if off first then take the tank off and then tank the rest off of the base. once you take the part with the fan off the filter goes right in there. if you have any other questions please let me know.
I have the evenflo cool mist humidifier, model # 758100. There should be a model number on the unit. As far as replacement filters, you can buy the Holmes humidifier filter, model # HWF62. It's compatible with Evenflo. I bought a 2-pk at Target for $15.99. Hope this helps.