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How do I fill the water tank. Can't find an opening where to put the water

May 03, 2014 | Walgreens Cool Moisture Humidifier 890-Wgn

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There are no instructions in the box of the cool mist humidifier i purchaed today.


Either call or go back to the Walgreens where you purchased the Humidifier. They will either take one from another box or make a copy of it for you.

Feb 06, 2011 | Walgreens Cool Mist Humidifier Humidifier

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What position should bypass damper be in for winter. up, down, middle


The damper should be in the middle position allowing air to pass through the humidifer putting moisture in the air.

Feb 22, 2010 | Humidifiers

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No matter what setting is put on furnace humidifier, moisture forms on windows.House is only 6 years old and does have a lot of windows.


Hello WPwilkers, Well there's good news and good news!

First off, you should probably use the lowest possible setting as your house being so new, is likely pretty "air-tight" and as such, doesn't have a lot of air infiltration (gaps and drafts) hence the reason you're seeing moisture on the windows.

Now, I would also use a hygrometer, just like your parents likely had hanging on a wall somewhere in their house. It will give you a better idea of the moistur (humidity) around the house. My guess is that you're already at the 60%+ level of humidity.

I suggest that you turn "OFF" the furnace mounted humidifier, until you no longer see moisture on the windows. That will allow the house to adjust and get back to normal humidity levels.

Then you can start by setting the humidifier on the lowest possible setting and keep an eye on the moisture levels in your coldest room of the house, as that is where you'll first notice the excessive moisture on the windows (just the way it works - cold rooms get condensation on the cooler windows first).

If you don't have the humistat (the control for the furnance mounted humidifer) mounted next to your heating and cooling system thermostat, you should do that - it will make it easier to adjust and also will provide a more accurate reading for the humifier to operate properly.

Some Thermostats have the ability to add a humidifier on it for integrated controlling of the furnace humidifer. Check your Thermostat and Furnance owner's manual for details.

I used to have the same problem and found that by moving the humidifer control from the utility room (mine was in the basement of my house) to the living space, it made a big difference. Since most people's homes have unfinished basements and that's where the HVAC system is located, it doesn't get the same humidty readings as an occupied living space.

The other reason that you tend to get moisture (condensation) forming on windows is that the Percentage of humiditfication is set manually with the humidifier control, and yet, the outside (and inside) air temperature vary and the difference between them can cause the humidity levels to go from very dry to very moist, in a day or two.

I tend to wait until I notice that the air inside the house is getting dry and then turn on my humidifier, once the cold winter days have taken hold. In summary, nothing wrong with your unit, just mother nature and a well built (most air-tight) home are giving you higher levels of condensation than most older homes. Gradual adjustments, once you turn the humidifier off for awhile, should get you the desired results.

I hope you find this Very Helpful and best regards!

Dec 17, 2009 | Honeywell HE365 Humidifier

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Have a Honeywell House Humidifer - Control Malfunction?


get a humidity gauge from radio shack for about 20 bucks. thats the only way to tell. or pay a service compant tocome out for probaby a 100 bucks to tell you what the humidity level is in your home. id get the $20 one a the shack

Dec 02, 2009 | Honeywell Power Humidifier: Furnace...

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Airconditioning is making baby cough and nose run would a humidifer help? will a humidifer make the room hot?


You may need a HRV/ERV installed. Depends on your indoor air quality(IAQ). It may be allergies. I would talk to a reputable heating/cooling contractor in your area to evaluate your system, recommendations.

Nov 21, 2009 | Aprilaire 600 Humidifier

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Pinging noise in duct work


it could be merely condensation or maybe the expansion and contraction of the metal as it heats up and cools down. if possible try insulating the vent if not done so already

Jan 27, 2009 | Aprilaire 700 Humidifier

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