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My diffuser will not mist. The lights are on and it is running fine otherwise. What is the problem?

It is an Ultrasonic Aromatherapy Atomizer. It works perfectly, but it will not mist.

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Did you use distilled water ?

Ours called for distilled water to work correctly, we used tap water and it worked for the first few times. then started making noise and then stopped.

Started using RO water, (like distilled) and started working again.

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