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How do you change a general 1099 power humidifier evaporative pad

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Remove the bottom pan, slide old pad out, slide new pad in, replace pan.

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I have a 1099 general powered humidifier making a loud humming noise.


there are no moving parts in that humidifier other than the solenoid and it only moves open or closed are you sure the noise isn't caused by something else, maybe something close or even the furnace

Feb 23, 2014 | General Filters 1099-LH Humidifier

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My generalaire humidifier leak from the bottom , I have check the hose and inside all ok


Did you check the orifice inside the supply water tube? Sometimes the orifice can come loose and allow to much water inside the humidifier.

Feb 06, 2014 | General Filters 1099-LH Humidifier

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Humidifier doesn't work


Hello, if there is water to the solenoid valve but not passing through it than the solenoid valve is malfunctioning and must be replaced. However, if there is no water at the solenoid valve then either the saddle valve or supply line is clogged with sediment. A easy way to chek the solenoid valve is apply power directy to the solenoid valve from the transformer, if it does not open then replace it.

Nov 17, 2011 | General Filters 1099-LH Humidifier

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I hooked up my humidifier, and everything seems to be working fine, but I was surprised to see how much water accumulates from the drain...what is a normal amount of drainage over ther first 24 hour...


There is no "standard" amount of water that will be used.

This is a flow-thru type humidifier, which means water runs through an evaporative pad and air blows over it to evaporate the water and humidify the house.

The amount of water the unit uses will depend on the house water pressure, humidistat setting, outdoor conditions, the condition of the humidifier pad, the temperature of the air flowing over the pad, the size of the house, the number of people in the house, the amount of of moisture-absorbing material in the home like textiles, carpeting, drapes, furniture etc., and temperature in the house. There are other factors as well.

The humidistat should be set to the lowest point possible and still provide some humidification (so you don't get zapped by touching metal objects or light switches). Some stats are calibrated in percent, while others simply have numbers on the dial. If you have the stat set too high, you may see frost forming on windows or around doors, in which case the setting should be lowered.

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Can you run a general 1040 without evaporator pad? and could a really dirty one cause family to get sick?


Hi if its dirty change it. would not recommend using it without one defeats the object

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Water runs out of humidifier drain line constantly(rushes out)


Most modern humidifiers use a constant drain to flush mineral deposits, and to keep the water fresh at all times. This keeps the unit from holding standing water. This keep the water fresh and prevents mold spores from infesting the air in your home.
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Jan 27, 2009 | General Filters 1099-LH Humidifier

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HI, I have install on my furnace a General Filter 1099 central Humedifier and not reach the label set . Trying to improve that condition -I clean the unit, replace filter and verify that the water valve is...


Depends on how this humidifier operates. Most now using water in from a valve let the excess water on through the pad and down the drain and have no sump or pump because of bacteria build up (Legion Aries Disease).

Also as outdoor temp drops you need and air is only able to "soak up" just so much humidity. The air will hold more moisture at 45'f than at 25'F. And you need less humidity at these levels do do some of the same job like static electricity, and keeping wood from drying out...

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