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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.

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SOURCE: humidifier drum Honeywell HE120 is not turning.

This happened with my humidifier as well. When the mineral deposits build up to the point where the drum binds, and is difficult to turn, the gears on the motor will strip. The clicking you hear are the ends of the stripped teeth of the motor gear rubbing up against the mating gears. Suggest you pull the motor - just remove the wire nuts from the control unit (replace wire nut over the exposed 24 Volt wire on each as you do this), then loosen and remove the nuts on the inside of the unit holding the motor. A number of manufacturers offer 'clock motors' than have a 1 rpm speed, and flat slot to receive the drum spindle. I used a Loeb motor which is commonly available in hardware stores, and had to insert a couple of small washers as standoffs, so the coupler was the right distance from the drum spindle. Reattach the controller wires, and you're done.

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SOURCE: hi we have a honeywell humidifier connected to

Not sure if you are still having your buzzing problem but I just fixed mine.. If you take off the front cover/fan assembly and remove the four torx screws holding the fan you can access the circuit board. There are two more small torx/flathead screws holding the transformer and board to the cover. Mine were loose causing the buzzing.

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