Question about Humidifiers
This question needs to supply more information than it currently does. Who manufactured your humidifier? Model of your humidifier? Details about when it 'shuts off', such as water level, temperature, etc.
Most humidifiers are designed to shut off when conditions reach an unsafe condition, such as water level too low. Generally this is sensed by some sort of float telling the device to shut off. Another method used is by monitoring the temperature in the device, after all 'humidification' is done by evaporating water into the surrounding air. If the temperature rises above 212 deg f (boiling point of water) it thinks there isn't any water left to add to the air so it shuts off for safety reasons.
The best course of action is to contact the manufacturer directly for details.
Posted on Apr 03, 2015
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