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Find someone with internet capabilities, and type in the words "Sears Parts" into your search engine. "Sears parts" has pictures and parts for most appliances. Be really sure you have your complete model number. They should show you a picture of your humidifier, and give you a part number. They can ship you the part, or you can go to "e-bay" and try to buy it.
Hello, usually a ringing or buzzing sound comes from the solenoid valve on the humidifier. Make sure that the solenoid valve is getting a solid stream of water to it, sometimes if there is not a good stream of water the solenoid will buzz. if that checks out good than replace the solenoid vlave.
2 things could be happening.
#1. Your water has gotten harder in the last year and more deposits are getting caught on the filter. Try soaking it in water and vinegar for an hour. This should clean some of the deposits out and extend the life of your filters. Everytime it gets hard try soaking it.
#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.
I would advise trying to clean them with vinegar and water and making sure your machine is always full.
I dont know why your humidifier is spitting water out.
But it sounds like you need to clean the unit and install a new filter. Once the filter becomes used, the humidifier won't work as well. Less water will be used because the clogged filter can't hold as much. Once you replace the filter, your water consumption should go back up and you should feel a difference in your home again.
I have the evenflo cool mist humidifier, model # 758100. There should be a model number on the unit. As far as replacement filters, you can buy the Holmes humidifier filter, model # HWF62. It's compatible with Evenflo. I bought a 2-pk at Target for $15.99. Hope this helps.
Contact these guys and they should be able to let you know where to get a user guide.
unfortunately they dont seem to have them online - please complain to them in the hope they might make this available instantly
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