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HE120 By-pass humidifer - Sponge Drum not rotating!!

Please help - Installed a HE120 By-pass humidifer. Wiring seems correct, and the drum was rotating couple of weeks back.

Damper is open for the winter, still doesn't run.

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  • cnearnest Jan 24, 2009

    My drum stopped rotating as well (the unit is about three years old). I can't get help for finding a new motor from Home Depot or Honeywell. I don't have a damper (I don't think) and am pretty sure the owner's manual doesn't show one. I am ready to disconnect the unit and forget about it. Please tell me more about the damper and if you think a failed motor is causing the drum problem. By the way, the plastic motor housing deal will turn slowly if the drum is not inserted, but not at all when the drum is in place.

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