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No way of knowing, it might but it would depend on what kind of "breathing problem" you have. Try following the users manual in setting the unit up. If you can't find your user's manual, you can download one from here (The start up instructions are on the second page.) http://www.appliancefactoryparts.com/content/pdfs/183477-1.pdf
If your using hard tap water, make certain you clean the unit every week with vinegar and water. If your using "soft" water, once a month will usually suffice.
I would also suggest using a 1/2 cap full of a bacteriacide (actual amount on bottle, usually 1 cap full per gallon), which is marketed for this specific application. A single bottle should last for years.
On most appliances you can swap a cord from any other appliance that you are throwing out. Open up the unit and disconnect the wires (either from crimp style marrettes or crimp push on or crimps with the eyelette) On the housing look for the nylon connector. Pinch this with a pair of pliers and pull out. Putting them back in is tougher but acheivable if you hav patience.
this happens when you have run a heater for a long time on an outlet that is either not giving the heater enough amperage or to much amperage try it in a different room if the problem persists try a different heater.
I think you would be etter served to just repair that crack - it can be done in minutes with a product called Plastiweld, available at your local auto parts store. Make sure you allow it time to cure as stated in the directions. I have used it on several different jobs and never had a failure. Good luck!!