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Check this site out for information on where you're filter goes. They deal with this make and model for Oem wick Hepa filters, and should be able to help you out with this. Just a link for you.For model #34356, Hunter www.Filtersamerica.com
Gook Luck, and I hope they may be of some help on this.
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#2. Your machine is running out of water before you can refill. When this happens and the filters dry out, they aren't as good afterwords.

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It sounds like you have hard water. How are you filtering this water before you use it? Distilled water is the best.

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