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Water is not flowing out of my Honeywell HCM350W humidifier the tank is staying full which means its not working

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I has same problem and was able to fix ti by taking off the selonoid (cylinder) and then removing both fittings (where the water line enters and then exits the selonoid. The fitting where the water enters has a small pinhole that I found clogged and just cleaned it with a toothpick. After cleaning and reattaching everything, it works fine.

If that doesn't work, you might need a new selonoid which are around $70-$80.

Posted on Dec 08, 2007

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I am having the same problem. I have had my humidifier for about 5 years now and I just started having the problem where the water continuously flows through the solenoid. I took apart the solenoid by removing the fittings from both sides. When I did that, I noticed that there was a hole in the metal that allowed me to see through to the other side. Apparently, it had corroded and and broken through, allowing the water to pass through the solenoid without really going through the valve within the solenoid. There are several sites that sell replacements for about $70, which is not cheap, but cheaper than buing a new humidifier for $120. Here is one site I found: http://www.iaqsource.com/product.php/honeywell/32001639-002/?product=112783&category=1142

Posted on Nov 20, 2008

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Loosen the brass fitting where it connects to the soleniod valve. If water comes out your saddle valve is ok. Carefully retighten this fitting. With the humidifier turned on loosen the first fitting down stream from the valve see if water comes out. if it does turn the humidifier off and see if it stops, it should. That will tell you the the valve is ok then, just clean the filter and the oriface. if it does not turn on and off check the wiring. if ok replace the valve.
Good luck

Posted on Mar 29, 2009

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SOURCE: Honeywell Natural Warm Moisture Humidifier Is On But No Steam?

I have the same problem and I have 2 of them fairly new. I can't seem to find out what the problem is either.

Stumped?????????

Posted on Dec 16, 2010

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