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It is the reed switch inside the post that the float runs on, it gets corroded and needs to be replaced. It is an easy and cheep fix if you can get the reed switch. I would also suggest adding silicone as the factory seal is poor before you put it back together.
Do you mean Dehumidifier? A machine that takes the humidity out of the air. If this is what you mean and you hear the fan motor working with no water dripping then the problem is that the coil which holds freon gas has leaked out the gas and can be recharged again with the leak fixed of course. Depending how old the unit is you may be better off buying a new model. Repairs can be costly. Hope this helps!
Hello, yes the transformer will get a 120 volts from the Furnaces control board, there should be a terminal labeled HUM on the control board. You need to bring 2 wires one from HUM and one from a nuetral tap on the board to the line side of the transformer, this way every time the blower motor on the Furnace turns on the humidifier will aswell.
This is the manual for your de-humidifier. It lists the part number for the power and fan control switch and it states they have a 5 year warranty. http://www.hunter-humidifiers.com/manuals/34357.pdf This is their link for support: http://www.hunterair.com/suppo.95rt They have a msrp on the unit at 84.95. What I wuld do is definately check into the warranty ting with them and I'm sure you could probably salvage one ot of the two units. Replacement parts may not be cost effective. You can test the motor from #1 in #2 and, if it runs, you know it has to be a switch or a start capacitor, etc. I guess it all depends on how much tinkering you want to do. I would think there is a good chance there is a wiring diagram for the motor somewhere inside the case or on the motor. Good luck. Dave
This is a sealed bearing motor so there is no oil ports. You can blow out with compressed air and spray motor shaft with WD-40. Be careful not to spray any lube inside motor. If you can get to them blow out motor cooling ports .this should help motor run cooler and quieter. Hope this helps you. Thanks